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I have had a partial hydatidiform molar pregnancy and 2 blighted ovums, is it my fault?


Posted by jamielynn84

I have a 4 year old son that was born in 2004. The pregnancy was perfect, the delivery was quick and easy but after that it all went down hill. In Jan. 2006 i had a miscarriage and thought nothin of it. In June of that year i was 18 weeks pregnant and my water broke. The dr i was goin to wasnt good and treated me like just another parinoid pregant woman and ignored me, i ended up losin my baby 2 weeks after my water broke and i got a bad infection. In June 2008 i had a hydatidiform molar pregnancy at 7 weeks. In Jan. 2009 I had a D&C done at 8 weeks due to a blighted ovum. I am currently 11 weeks pregnant again and the dr said that i possibly have a nother blighted ovum. i go to the dr on friday for another ultrasound. What can be causing all of this to happen? I eat right, exercise, take care of myself and take my vitamins. What am i doing wrong? Will it ever be possible for me to have a normal pregancy again? Are there test that can be done to see what the cause of all this is?
 
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At this next appointment (should the news be bad) I would suggesting asking the doctor about recurrent loss testing. 

 

it should help determine what (if anything) is causing the losses

thanx, i had my apt. today-i have to go for a d&c tuesday, i'll ask him them...and thanx again

it is absolutely no problem.  I am sorry you have to deal with another loss but hopfully they can determine what the issue is before you get pregnant again.

 

I had a partial hydatidaform mole after two IVF failures and was absolutely devastated. It took me 5 years, 2 IVF attemps to have a natural (somewhat) miscarriage. Shockingly within 6 weeks I fell pregnant again and then had 3 beautiful girls in 4 years. Another 5 years later I had my 4th daughter. God works in mysterious ways! Keep your faith and keep trying.
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