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    Default It's been a while since i've been here...

    Hi Ladies!
    It's been two months since my m/c. I though i will never gonna be back here as it's too painful. When I see this website i remember the time when i was pergnant and how happy i was...
    After trying for 1 and half year to get pregnant we had a m/c on 7 week. Now I have looked on December board (that's where i should be...well wanted to be) it is so hard.
    My doc suggested to do 21 day progesterone level which i have and it came up as 42,2 does anyone know if it can mean that I might be preggo? or am i just leaving in my world of dreams???
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    Hey honey. I am so sorry for your loss.



    I dont have any advice to give as i know nothing about progesterone levels or anything, but i just wanted to say i am glad you found us in your grief.

    I'm from England too!


    Sarah, www.sarah-chambers.co.uk
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    DS Zane born at 41.5 weeks by c-section.
    Lost as a result of Vasa Praevia at one day old.
    16 - 17 October 2006.

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    There is a chance as the level of progesterone is 2-28 15-28 dpo

    I am so sorry for your loss I stayed on this board when I started to ttc again....And I am still on it...

    I find it to be of great support as ttc and possible preg can be very scary for us..

    Marie

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    Oh yeah, i didn't even notice that you are from england! That's great, at least we are on same time zone

    How long did it take you to recover? I just cannot stop thinking...

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    I have never recovered sweetie. For me i just ever so slowly started to grieve less and smile more. It's only when you look back you really see how far you've come and notice that things have changed. But, it's the same as a lot of things - everyone is different. People cope with grief differently.

    It's been 8 months now since we lost out little boy and although i still miss him more than words every single day the hurt isnt as pronounced and i can see a bright future still.

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