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1st pregnancy at 30
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Posted 14 December 2012 - 03:27 PM
I lost my Angel October 4th I have never been pregnant in my life so there for i didn't think I could conceive but lord beholds at the age of 30...i found out I was pregnant September 26th and was 10 weeks received ultrasound and heard my Angels heartbeat October 3rd i went to ER for some bleeding I was having which everyone explained it was normal when I got there the doctor gave me another ultrasound and again I heard my Angels heartbeat and he also gave me a pap test to insure my cervix was still closed which it was, he stayed i was having bleeding and to be on bed rest well all day on the 4th I stayed in bed later that night I felt a pain that i never felt in my life and i began bleeding very heavily i rushed back to ER to receive an ultrasound with absolutely nothing there i had heard my Angels heart not even a day before and then there was nothing! We are.trying again I actually think im expecting noe...wish me luck <3
Posted 14 December 2012 - 03:53 PM
JUst wanted to say that i am so sorry for your loss and am sending positive thoughts and hopes your way
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