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Miscarriage support

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geneliau
VIP 147 days ago


I recently had a natural miscarriage. Still very traumatised and I think i'm quite depressed... I feel very guilty and I'm not quite sure how to cope with this or if I will ever feel better. 

I was about 5 weeks pregnant and one day while I was at work, I started spotting. I quickly rushed to my gynae and found out I miscarried. My gynae said that there wasn't any serious abnormality in my uterus and I should be able to concieve soon again. 

I'm not sure if it's because of my exercise regieme that I might have miscarried, I did not bring this up to my gynae because I was in too much shock. 

Are there any mummies out there who have had miscarriages and can share with me how you coped w your miscarriage? Noticed there isnt very much miscarriage support groups around and I hope to start one here.

Comments (6)
cadmiumcirl
76 days ago
Hi, 

Don't feel guilty. The most common cause is chromosomal aberrations which can happen spontaneously (says Dr.Wan Ling Choo, an OB/Gyn at Gleneagles). The miscarriage is not your doing.

moonsblacks
77 days ago

most women will complete a miscarriage without needing medication or surgery; this means a lot of potentially heavy vaginal bleeding and severe cramping that can go on from a few days up to a couple of weeks. It’s important for women to keep their gynaecologic healthcare provider informed of their symptoms in case anything goes beyond the normal expected course of events. It’s unlikely, but can happen that a woman may not complete a miscarriage on her own. She may never bleed or cramp, or she may not stop bleeding or cramping. In both of these instances she may need medication or a minor surgical procedure to remove the pregnancy

ref: https://www.sassymamasg.com/pregnancy/loss-miscarriage-resources-support/

baroquekoup
78 days ago

I had a chemical miscarriage recently

bt i had a v terrible experience before that

I went to a gynae immediately i realise i am pregnant, however the ist visit i already v despair becos the gynae could nt see the sac or dot so i was told to do blood test & also come bk to scan again

another wk went by, same thing happen nothing could be seen n took blood test again

after that wk, suddenly my menses came I knew its nt right so rushed to gynae again

he said its a chemical pregancy & scheduled me to go for a D&C the next day bt before that he checked my hormone level by blood test again, he said if the hormone level increased tremendously & he still couldn't see the sac, a D&C have to be done, so i was v v worried bt luckily in the evening he called to say my hormone level has dropped till v low so no need to do d&C just let if flows out as menses

so nw i has this phobia to have baby cos all along I couldn't detect the sac so nt sure if its etopic pregnancy

yup if the doc says the cyst is nt growing too big its best nt to operate it, cos i have a close friend who had her cysts taken away as it is too big bt one yr later she went bk to scan & she found another cyst & operate again & she was told there's no guarantee cysts won't reoccur

so if its not necessary better dun go for op

i read before D&C may weaken the womb

so try to build up yr womb ist before the next 

wholesalefelsic
67 days ago

can I know how did your gynae check for cysts in the fallopian tubes? is it through vaginal ultrasound or stomach ultrasound? or blood test

doofusthroated
79 days ago

hi all, I discovered my pregnancy on 8 Feb and 5+ wks. I had spotting on the nite of 17 Feb and my DC the next day immediately after my gynae checked that the embryo had no heartbeat at 7 wks. I went for a second opinion at the hospital's ultrasound dept & confirmed no fetal heartbeat. After my D&C, my bleeding lasted 12 days, no much clots, just fresh bleeding.

Went for follow-up on 6 March and was told womb had returned to normal size. Was advised to try 2-3 mths later.

Anyway, my menses cycle came on 20 April and it was very heavy, with lots of tissue & clots. anyway, now and then still have cramps in my lower abdominals ( left side only). was quite worried, so visited my gynae, who advised it could be a pulling pain experienced due to the uterus attaching itself to my intestines and it will go away after some time.

Not sure if anyone else had the same experiences?

anyway, my gynae assured me that he is sure I can conceive again soon, so I m still positive abt it. only thing is that my menses very irregular so very difficult to time for ovulation.

btw, if ur gynae used a suction method, there is no scraping rite? I dun think they used scraping nowadays right? *scary thoughts*

can any1 shared your experiences? Will be most glad to hear from those who conceived after a miscarriage. need to hear some motivation & encouragement

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