A Little Twinge After A Miscarriage

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GimmeaBub - October 24

Hello Girls, I am so sorry to intrude here, just felt to add my quick little note, I had a miscarriage last monday, all natural at 6 weeks, I finally stopped bleeding yesterday, went to my gp today he told me that everything was back at 0, and my body had done a successful abortion (sounds horrible i know) anyway she told me that it being an ealry miscarriage I could still keep ttc, I decided though to wait a cycle and let my body rest. Although a miscarriage is very hard girls i have to admit isnt it nice we can blessed even for that little amount of time to carry something special. I seen many women who cant even get that far, even girls my age (21). So heres my question, I have no idea if I am ovulating or if my Uterus is contracting back to normal size but i been getting thoes little twinges in my lower abdomen, no cramping just little pinching every now and then, usually on my left hand side, my dr checked for PCOS and I am all cleared. So, i was wondering has anyone experinced this after a miscarriage? I know it's not my pregnancy because i finished miscarrying, but just interested in finding out if I am the only one? Thanks, and Baby Juice

 

pba74 - October 24

You have such a great outlook. It is definitely a blessing for us to be able to carry a miracle - even if it was for a short time. I m/c a year ago and had a chemical in Feb. Never before did I encounter twinges until after m/c - even up until this past August! I thought maybe that was ovulation pain but was dismissed b/c I had never had it before getting pregnant. These past two cycles - no twinges - so I don't know what to make of it. Even now - I'm on cd 21 - and I feel nothing: No ovulation pain, no twinges - nada, zero, zip. I wish I had an answer too, but I'm going with the fact that it has taken this long for my body to adjust. Maybe some things we just have to accept without understanding. Good luck ttc!

 

GimmeaBub - October 24

Thanks chick, yeah I knew i was pregnant last month cause i had the minor cramping about a week ebfore af was due. Now that i have miscarried I am feeling a little better, you know what though the worst part about having a miscarriage is the time it takes to end. I was so concerned when I had mine because i was afraid my body wouldnt dispose eerything on it's own, but thankfully mother nature has not let me down and for my own health has allowed my body to heal on it's own. And with that I feel very privilaged and lucky. I was sad when i first miscarried but i have learnt that I couldnt do anything, this baby just was not meant to be, and thats ok, the next thing that came to me was 'I hope for my own sae that I will now get through this with a clear mind and better outlook. The Dahli Lama (sorry i amshocking seller) stated, you choose your own att_tude, by focusing on the negative your only making yourself feel bad. Look to thoes who have less than you, a woman dying of b___st cancer, a child with Leukemia, although my situation is a devastating one, it's not the end, I will be a Mum, I can get pregnant now it's up to any great being to make sure the next one sticks. The twinges have stopped I only really get them when i strecth i suppose it's just a muscle cramp. Netherless I am going t not focus on it, until I am doubled over in pain and screaming for pain killers lol. Anyway thanks for your help. Baby Juice, andbest of luck with your ttc too :)

 

pba74 - October 24

Very true - very true. I, too, was saddened but realized that there are so many women who have gone half way into their pregnancy and then lost their baby. I was only 6 weeks - and grateful that it wasn't further along. My husband has taught me to positive think (although I do have my lapses and anxiety attacks), but you are right. One does choose their own att_tude - and even though we go through horrible experiences, it makes my faith that much stronger in knowing that I can find strength. Baby dust to you as well.

 

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