Tagged with complete molar pregnancy

Lisa K.

My name is Lisa and my husband’s name is Brian. I am 25, and Brian is 29. We got married in June of 1997 and decided that we would wait to have kids after being married for 5 years. In October 2000 I was diagnosed with endometriosis and advised that if we wanted to have … Continue reading

Sarah

I am 31 years old and my husband and I were thrilled recently to discover that I was pregnant for the first time. About 8 weeks into a seemingly normal pregnancy I began to feel nauseous. The nausea confined me to bed and made it impossible to eat anything more than a couple of spoonfuls … Continue reading

Kathy

I am a 40-year-old mother of five wonderful children and have been married to John for 10 years. We have three children together, and I have two from a previous marriage. I decided last November that I wanted another baby to love, and although John was reluctant to conceive again we both decided to go … Continue reading

* JENN *

I conceived what would have been my first child on Tuesday, March 13, 2001. On Thursday, March 29th, I tested positive on a home pregnancy test. In our blissful joy we headed straight for the doctor’s office to have the blood test done. When the lab called back later that morning, the results were…inconclusive. The … Continue reading

Linda

I had a complete molar pregnancy way back in 1970, although at the time I was just told that I had a “mole.” My daughter has just found out that she is pregnant, and she was asking me about my “tumor” because her midwife had asked her about it. I told her what I could, … Continue reading