Of course

The pathology report from my d&c indicated that my body rejected a chromosomally normal embryo.

 

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10 thoughts on “Of course

  1. you should jump on the Hot Mess Express with me! We live close! We should go for lots of alcoholic beverages and talk about shitstorms.

    xoxo…just know that you are not alone.

  2. F&ck, I’m sorry. I really am. I just miscarried about a month ago, naturally… only because mine started happening during the major blackout in the mid-Atlantic states and the E.R. was full. Anyway. It f*cking sucks. I didn’t get any answers about mine because, I was told, the tissue sample was contaminated. Next time I’ll try to have my miscarriage during business hours… I’m wishing you some way of feeling better. I chose rage and humor and general intolerance of stupid people. (Being in perimenopause helps a lot with that, at least….)

  3. I’m so sorry. This is so incredibly frustrating not to mention heart-breaking. Still thinking of you. Hugs.

  4. Delurking one more time. I’m really really sorry this happened. The EXACT same thing happened to me in February this year. How does one even become at peace with their body after this? How do you eliminate the fear that this will happen again the next time? I’m not sure but I am wishing you the best you can be and I’m sorry.

  5. That sucks. Not that I’d want the baby to have a chromosomal problem somehow missed by the previous screenings, but it is heartbreaking and frustrating.

  6. Visiting after you commented on my blog. I’m so sorry you received this crappy news. I’m glad you are going to see Dr. B. email me (lizr7108@gmail.com) and I can let you know about the blood work, etc. when do you meet/talk with him?

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