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cassandrajade

Bad control and now pregnant.

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codysue

i'm very sorry to hear about your loss. keep your chin up. if you are serious about having a baby there is no better time than now to start taking good care of yourself. god works in strange ways. be strong. we are thinking about you.

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Belle'sMama

I am so sorry for your loss. I have had a terrible miscarriage as well as having multiple chemical pregnancies. Please do not blame yourself, I know it's hard not to, thinking about all the "what ifs" but I know more women who have had miscarriages than those who haven't, and I'm the only diabetic! It's easy for drs to say diabetes effects the chances of having a m/c, but geez, what do they say diabetes does NOT affect? They say that about everything medically relevant. Sometimes if it happens repeatedly, it could be a clotting disorder, progesterone deficiency, etc., could be a number of things not related to diabetes at all. And unfortunately sometimes it happens with no explanantion. Please just try and rest and heal. You are in my prayers.

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cassandrajade
I am so sorry for your loss. I have had a terrible miscarriage as well as having multiple chemical pregnancies. Please do not blame yourself' date=' I know it's hard not to, thinking about all the "what ifs" but I know more women who have had miscarriages than those who haven't, and I'm the only diabetic! It's easy for drs to say diabetes effects the chances of having a m/c, but geez, what do they say diabetes does NOT affect? They say that about everything medically relevant. Sometimes if it happens repeatedly, it could be a clotting disorder, progesterone deficiency, etc., could be a number of things not related to diabetes at all. And unfortunately sometimes it happens with no explanantion. Please just try and rest and heal. You are in my prayers.[/quote']

 

I've been on bed rest/no heavy lifting and i've been trying to talk to my partner about it but i've just gotten upset. :o

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kwilborn

I am sorry for your loss!

 

I have also had lost pregnancy due to high blood sugar, and even though it is better for the baby I understand how hard it is on the mother! If you ever want someone to talk to I am here!!

 

~Kim

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ktbrodie

I am so sorry for your lost. I myself have been there and it is always nice to hear you are not the only one. I had 5 yes FIVE micarrige's 3 before being diagnosed with Diabetes and 2 after. YOu run a higher risk with your sugar out of control, but after about a year on insulin i got pregnant and now have a beautiful 4 year old who is truly a mircile! Hang in there this too shall pass!

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