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    Default good article regarding reasons for m/c (m/c ment)

    Was searching the net and found this.

    http://www.womens-health.co.uk/miscarr.asp

    My little one was lost at 13 weeks pregnancy and the reasons noted were probably just chromosomes or genetics not working out. This article explains this in a way I can finally understand it because my primary question was why the pregnancy went almost into 2nd trimester if the cells weren't right.

    I hope this helps somebody else. I also hope we are allowed to post links for information. If we aren't, I appologize.

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    That was really informative. Thanks for sharing... It makes me feel better and worse at the same time... I didn't really think about a fever contributing to m/c. I feel bad for being sick now, even though there was nothing I could do about it...and heck, didn't even know I was pregnant yet.
    Thanks for the info!

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    Thanks for the link ... very informative!

    Jessa I go through the same emotions ... just know that you have nothing to feel bad for!

    Jen

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    Good article- thanks for sharing- I really liked the do's and don't list- I wish I could copy it off and pass it out.

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    Thanks! As you know I was 13 weeks also and this article really explained things in a way that nothing else I've found has.

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