Just a little update on my u/s. The u/s chick didn't say a lot, but she did say that the lining looks thin, and that it looks like ALL the tissue has passed!! You know, that was the best possible outcome for me, so I am pleased with it. The doctor will call me on Monday to discuss it further, and I'll ask him all my questions then. Even though I got the news that I wanted, it didn't stop me from walking away feeling numb and depressed. Mostly numb. I'm not sure DH quite understood. From his perspective, I should have been happy... No D&C, which is what I was hoping for. But you know... I couldn't help but think of how I should have been walking into that room to hear happy news. I should have been going in to see a heart beat and a perfect little bean wiggling around. I shouldn't have had to walk out with the "great news" being that my uterus was perfectly empty. It was still more painful than I had expected it to be considering that I knew there was no longer a baby there, and that I've had 9 days to come to terms with it. I keep trying to remind myself that it really ended in the best possible way... It was obviously an unhealthy pregnancy and my body did an amazing job of cleaning it out. It could have been worse... Ectopic, missed m/c, partial m/c that required D&C, etc.
I'm so ready to move on now. Does anyone know of anything that I can do to help rebuild a nice thick lining? Or does it just take time?
I got a call from the nurse today (without calling them first to harass them!! I was testing them, because I've felt they've been a bit negligent through this whole thing, but they came through for me. :)). Anyway, my betas from Friday were still in the 3,000's, so I have to go in for an ultrasound on Friday and make sure all the tissue has passed naturally.
Please send T&P's my way for no D&C needed. If I went through all the trauma of a natural m/c and then STILL have to have a D&C, I'm going to be super disappointed. :confused: It was still relatively soon after the m/c that I had the blood test done, so I'm hoping it has dropped considerably since then and that all the tissue passed naturally.