Hi you guys - firstly good luck to all of you who are ttc and congrats to those of you who have had a bfp!

Second of all - I gave birth on the 23rd february - my son passed away. My bf and I want to ttc (i know we are young - i'm almost 17 but we know we will be good parents). Do you think this is too soon? I know you should wait a certain number of cycles before trying again but can't remember how many it is, 3?
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replied May 1st, 2006
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I am very sorry for your lost!!!!!!! You might think to talk to your dr about the waiting part just give yourself and your body time!
The best to you!
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replied May 6th, 2006
Sorry for your loss!
Though....
What, you are almost 17! :roll:
i think you are too young. Go to school!

Good luck, whatever you do!
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replied May 6th, 2006
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Hey sorry about your loss but maybe u should wait alittle longer maybe ur body isnt ready yet. Good luck
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replied May 7th, 2006
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I am very sorry to hear about your loss. My heart goes out to you. My doctor recommended waiting 3 cycles after my miscarriage. We got pregnant on the second cycle and everything was fine. Make sure you get good prenatal care. Was there a genetic problem with the baby or are the doctors unsure of what happened?
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replied May 7th, 2006
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I had a placental abruption they think due to some kind of strain. Dil was ten weeks early and was "small for dates." he died on the 11th march due to a condition called .Necrotizing .Enterocolitis. The doctors tried to operate on him to save him but he was too weak.

He also had a severe intracranial bleed (brain) which caused damage resulting in (they think) blindness. It was a rough ride.

Also exitroad, thank you but I can make my own decisions about when I will get pregnant and be a mother.
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replied May 8th, 2006
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What a struggle for such a little guy. Again, I am sorry.
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replied April 28th, 2009
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sorry for all the losses. i know it can be hard for alot of people. my decision is to wait until i get out of college and start my career because if i dont then my kids wont have what they need and i want the best for my kidss.. But i believe in all of you..
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replied April 28th, 2009
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Sorry for your loss, but you are 17 & should wait till your older, & married before you decide to have any more kids. Your just too young in my opinion.
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