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Trouble seems to follow me everywhere. At 39 I was elated after I learned I was pregnant. My husband and I have been trying for a baby five years now without success. The Doctor discovered a problem with my eggs but was able to salvage one healthy enough for fertilizing through IVF. Four months into the pregnancy and I've lost the one thing I really wanted for us. Where do I go from here? 1 miggy
7/21/2017
Hi dear. I am really sorry for your loss. There are no words which I can say that will bring relief to you. I am here because I felt the same problem as you, I had 7 children and I was facing a lot of miscarriages too. But then one of my friends asked me to contact Lotus center in Ukraine and it helped me a lot. They have the best bunch of doctors for help in any problem regarding the reproductive system. I am 12 weeks and 4 days with my 7th pregnancy. I have 3 amazing, healthy children and 4 angels. My miscarriages were all detected by scan and the babies had died in utero only days/weeks before the scan. I miscarried at 18 weeks in 2000 13 weeks in 2003 and with twins at 16.5 weeks in 2004. I really want to be happy about this pregnancy but how can I possibly be excited when I feel as though there is a 50/50 chance of success. I haven't even told my children that I am pregnant because I know that they found it hard to bear the loss of the other pregnancies as well. I haven't told many friends or any extended family because I know that they will think that I am MAD for even trying to have another baby after what we have been through. Sorry for talking too much but I am very happy and I can talk like this all day long. It feels good to let others know about your story. I hope soon I will hear a good news of you pregnant and will give birth to a healthy and bright child. I hope my words will be of some help to you. Be safe and stay blessed. 2 sonamgupta2107
9/16/2017
Hello dear. I'm sorry to hear that. I know it's a very difficult situation for you. Losing the thing we really want is tough indeed. Sometimes life is so difficult. But we must still be able to stand upright through this. God tests us, to know how strong we are. I'm sure you must be a strong woman. Don't give up dear. My friend has the same experience with you. Long waits for pregnancy. After she got pregnant, she kept her pregnancy well and carefully. But something bad happened to her, the child was born lifeless. She is very sad. But now she is able to get up and try to get pregnant again. Dear, I'm sure you can. Keep trying. Don't forget to consult a doctor. Send a big hug to you 3 brylia39
9/17/2017
Oh dear. I am so sorry to hear that. I hope you manage to find the strength to get through this difficult time. Whatdoesyourdoctor say? Why did you miscarry? Can you conceive again? I would urge you to allow yourself to heal before trying again. Good luck! 4 Webber
11/8/2017
Hi Miggy, I hope to find you to the best of your health. It is a huge loss. I know your loss cannot be expressed in words. I have never been through a miscarriage. However, I know how painful it is. Once you feel better emotionally and physically, consult the doctor. Ask him for the next step. He will guide you in a better way. 5 Nicholson
11/8/2017
It clearly shows that IVF has not worked for you at all as you lost your child. You have been conceiving for a long time and you are 39 now. Donít waste your time more on such methods. I had surrogacy two years ago because I can also not get pregnant with my heart disease and I am happy now. You should also search for surrogacy. 6 Eliza
11/8/2017
Oh dear! You have faced so many failures for IVF. I cannot even imagine the pain you are going through. It is really heartbreaking. I think now you should shift to surrogacy. This process is successful all the time because you do not have to do anything instead of just visiting the clinic and paying for the process. Just keep hoping for the best to happen. 7 Eliza
11/8/2017
Hi darling, I'm really sorry to hear about your loss. I would suggest that you move to the next practical option. That would be surrogacy. You can use donor eggs. It's more safe and more result oriented. Which clinic you had your IVF treatment at BTW? 8 orreffaddapo
11/8/2017

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