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Thursday, December 25, 2008

Happy Holidays




Here's hoping you receive that which you want the most.

Have a safe holiday and holiday weekend.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Miscarriage Discussed On Dear Abby

I'll admit, I never was a reader of "Dear Abby", but I came across this question/answer on miscarriage from 2007 where a number of readers wrote in with their experiences and suggestions for women who have suffered a miscarriage. You may find some information that helps. Read more:

Dear Abby: Sharing pain of miscarriage helps women overcome loss (www.recordonline.com)

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

HCG LEVELS AFTER MISCARRIAGE -WHEN DO THEY GO DOWN?

HcG Levels May Take A While To Go Down After A Miscarriage

I was always surprised that I still felt pregnant after my miscarriages.
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That's because HcG levels don't disappear overnight - they slowly decline.   Some doctors may recommend coming in periodically after a miscarriage to make sure that your HcG levels are falling, however, many times they don't.  I should mention that on one of my miscarriages, my HcG levels kept rising and they thought I might have a molar pregnancy.  This is where the pregnancy cells keep growing almost like a malignancy.  as it turns out, I did not have a molar pregnancy, but I did go ahead and have a D & C to be on the safe side.  Although I wanted to have a natural miscarriage, it can be grueling to have pregnancy symptoms when you know that you don't have a viable pregnancy.

 Here is an article that explains how HcG levels fall after a miscarriage:

How quickly do beta HCG levels fall after a complete miscarriage ? (www.clinicalanswers.nhs.uk)

LabTests Online has a Q&A section in their chapter on hCG [1], this states:

“How many days after a miscarriage would it take for a urine pregnancy test to show a negative result?
Urine hCG disappears at about the same rate as serum hCG, which can take anywhere from 9 to 35 days, with a median of 19 days. However, the timeframe for when an hCG result will be negative is dependent on what the hCG level was at the time of the miscarriage. Frequently miscarriages are monitored with quantitative blood hCG testing. If the levels of hCG do not fall to undetectable levels, some hCG-producing tissue may remain and have to be removed.”

 

Click Here To Read More About HcG Levels and Miscarriage 

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

The Fear of Pregnancy After Miscarriage

Trying To Get Pregnant After A Miscarriage Comes With Mixed Feelings

Getting pregnant after a miscarriage is a mixture of joy, fear, and some guilt because you feel like you can't fully attach yourself to your baby.
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There's a piece of you that's just waiting for the worst to happen. If you've experienced recurrent miscarriage, these feelings are magnified even to a greater degree. Here's an article about the ups and downs of trying again:

Pregnancy After Miscarriage
The Ups and Downs of
Trying Again
By Roxanne Williams Snopek

From the article:

Pregnancy is an emotional experience for many reasons, but when a woman has experienced miscarriage, these emotions can be overwhelmingly difficult. Instead of joy and hope, there is fear, guilt, sadness and, for many women, isolation. In spite of the fact that an estimated one in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage, it is not talked about openly. Mel Angel of Hastings, England understands this, but feels that communicating her feelings to supportive friends was very helpful. A mother of three sons, she lost a fourth son at 19 weeks gestation. When she became pregnant again 10 weeks later, she had a flood of mixed feelings. "I found it very hard at first to talk about my impending baby," she says. "That in some way I was being disrespectful to the one I lost, for conceiving again so soon." In spite of her worries, she announced this pregnancy as soon as she was certain. "If the same thing happens again, then the more people that know, the more help we'll get." Mel was fortunate to have friends who understood what she was going through, but even with a good network of support, some women cannot find their way through the maze of loss without professional guidance.

Dr. Cindy Wahler is a clinical psychologist in Toronto who sees several cases each year relating to infertility and pregnancy loss. "There is a definite gender split in the grieving process," she says. "Both men and women experience extensive grief over the loss, but women establish a more intimate bond

Monday, August 25, 2008

Pregnancy, Stillbirth, and Infant Loss: Coping with Grief


Here is a very thorough article from www.whattoexpect.com on grief and loss which addresses:

Coping With a Miscarriage
Repeat Miscarriages
Stillbirth
Losing One of Multiples
Losing a Premature Baby
Pregnant Again: Managing the Fear

I found this information to be very straight forward and helpful - Read more:


Your Emotional Life
Grief and Loss
How to cope when the unthinkable happens

Monday, August 11, 2008

Miscarriage Video From You Tube




Every now and then I run across something worth
watching on "You Tube". Here is a video about
one person's experience with miscarriage:

www.youtube.com

Sunday, May 18, 2008

On Vacation









I am on vacation, I'll be back 5/27/08. Have a fun and safe Memorial Day holiday!

Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Nicole Kidman Pregnant After Miscarriage

Photo: E!Online



Nicole Kidman has always been one of my favorite actresses (and what I wouldn't do to look like her!) I was happy to see that this 40 year old actress has become pregnant after having a miscarriage. Read more:

Nicole and Keith Kidding Around
by Natalie Finn and Marc Malkin (www.eoline.com)

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