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Pregnant Again After Stillbirth In January

Hey guys im back! I had a stillbirth in january I was 37 weeks...

She was so gorgeous I miss her so much,
but im pregnant again, im so excited not too far along yet though lol...

But cant wait..... Just wanted to let you all know the good news!!!!


Thank the lord!!!!


Everyone who is ttc, hope it happens soon!

And everyone who is pregnant, good luck and hope your enjoying every minute of it coz its sooo worth it.

Bianx
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replied June 29th, 2006
Active User, very eHealthy
Im sorry for your loss.
How far along are you now?
Im just now getting in my ninth week.
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replied July 26th, 2006
Still Born
I'm very sorry for your loss I am due in august and am 35 weeks along also very scared now that I just read your story, why was your baby still born? Did you have a high risk pregnancy or did this just happen to you?
Thanks
amber
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replied July 26th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
Wow that must have been really horrible for you. I am so sorry. Congrats!
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replied July 26th, 2006
Advanced Support Team
Must be the month for miracles arcadia is pregnant as well. Baby dust to both of ya for a safe and successfull pregnancy and birth girls.
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replied July 26th, 2006
Extremely eHealthy
Month for miracles, indeed!

Congrats, bianx!
I'm also so sorry for your loss.
You must be an incredibly strong woman.

Stay with us &let us know how it's going!

How far along are you?
I'm a mere 6wks2d.

:)
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