by princess purr (1092 Posts), Thu May 30, 2013 11:36 am
I think a lot of people adopt because they are unable to have biological children or can't have more children, so don't feel bad about that. You are still opening your heart and home to a child that needs one. As for trying again... I'm lost one child, and am pregnant with my second and it is really hard emotionally and physically. I'm almost 12 weeks and see my peri for the first time this pregnancy on Wednesday. After one lost you should have been considered high risk, your loss was earlier then mine and I am being considered high risk by my peri and OBYGN, and my first baby was born almost 9 years ago. So, first off find another doctor to talk to and one that will take you seriously. There should be a lot of testing done before you try again, (blood, urine, echo, ekg etc) and then they should come up with a game plan and work WITH you when you do get pregnant.
Val (34) & Carlos (32)
Married: April 29th 2011
Veronica Rosina, 11/25/2004-11/27/2004
Born at 26.5 weeks (1 lb 4oz, 14 inches) because of severe preeclampsia (doc says I was on my way to HELLP but not there yet)
Nicholas Robert, 11/22/2013 7 lb 7oz 19.5 inches, born at 36 weeks (due to previous classical c-section) PE FREE!!!!!!