feeling guilty about my miscarraige

feeling guilty about my miscarraige

Postby lovemybaby » Mon Jun 16, 2008 9:49 pm

hello all...

I lost my first pregnancy at 7 weeks in April 2008 and the sorrow of it is increasing as time passes :( , my progestrone levels detected just before miscarraige were very low..

the sad part is that I had some very pink blood spotting on friday...and I just didnt take it seriously till monday when I started bleeding and monday night itself I miscarried, my doctor prescribed me prometrium on monday but it was just too late...

now in retrospect I am feeling very guilty and sad that had I taken prometrium on friday I could have saved my baby...

very scared to try for next pregnancy..
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Postby CGR » Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:20 pm

Oh, I'm so, so sorry for your loss. :(O

They think my previous losses could have been due to low progesterone. It is very common, but it's also kind of a chicken or the egg kind of thing.... meaning it's hard to tell what caused what. I know many doctors that believe that low progesterone is just a sign that the pregnancy is not viable... that's what my doctor said with my first m/c. I'm no expert, but I don't think taking it on Friday would have saved your precious baby.

After the second m/c, they decided to put me on supplements (as I just found out I'm pregnant again). I too feel guilty that I didn’t use the supplements for my second miscarriage and it resulted in an m/c.

I totally understand where you are right now. This entire YEAR since my last m/c I'm been gearing up to get the guts to ttc. I've just come to realize that there is a plan much larger than myself. Everything will work out in time, as it should.

The good news is that you know for sure that you'll want/need supplements the next time. So at least you can take a step to be proactive. Take the time you need to heal. I promise eventually you'll be ready to try again and we'll be here for ya.

Hugs, Hugs. Hang in there.
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Postby Kay » Tue Jun 17, 2008 12:18 am

I agree...don't take it personally. Sometimes the problem is the progesterone levels and other times the levels are just a symptom of a much larger problem. The good thing is that now you know progesterone is a concern and you can tackle the issue much earlier next time.

Really, don't feel guilty. You did nothing wrong.

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Postby lovemybaby » Tue Jun 17, 2008 9:20 pm

thanks CGR and Kay for all the kind words and support..:)
take care..
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Postby themorethemerrier » Tue Jun 17, 2008 9:41 pm

I think we all feel guilty after our m/c's, no matter what. You know, like, I should've eaten better, shouldn't have picked up my 2 yr old, should've rested more, etc. I guess it's just a natural part of the grieving process. I know I've felt that after every one of my m/c's.
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