Tagged with multiple miscarriages

Mayra

On May 20, 2003, I took a pregnancy test because my body had been feeling very different in the past couple of days. I was tired, sore (breast tenderness), just overall different, and I knew I was pregnant. Sure enough, the home pregnancy test came out positive. The little pink line was light, but I … Continue reading

Lisa J.

On December 25, 2002, I conceived my first child at the age of 39 after trying for about 15 months. I did two home pregnancy tests on January 13, 2003, and they were positive immediately. My husband and I were elated. We made the decision to not tell our families until after my first visit … Continue reading

Mari

I had my first son in January of 1995. My husband and I were both in college at the time. Therefore, we decided to wait to have another child. Then, in February of 2002, I became pregnant again. Because everything had gone smoothly with my first pregnancy, we never expected anything could go wrong. We … Continue reading

Krista

Because I was older when I finally married (36 years), we decided to get pregnant immediately. In June 2001, I was pregnant and due in March 2002. We saw a heart flashing at the first ultrasound but found an overly enlarged yolk sac. I miscarried at 11 weeks, and genetic testing found a chromosomal error … Continue reading

Katie and Jamie

I and my now husband Jamie met when we were 17. I was young and in love, but with him everything was different. It’s true what they say—when you know you’re in love you really know, and with Jamie I knew. We talked about everything, our lives, our fears, and our futures together. We discovered that … Continue reading