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What happens to my baby after a miscarriage? What happens to my body during a miscarriage? When can I be tested for a problem and what tests can I have? Will I find out straight away whether I have miscarried? Will I miscarry again? I could see my baby's heart frantically pounding Fortunately my story does have a happy ending I have been through two missed miscarriages and an ectopic pregnancy. I have had in total 15 pregnancies I lost a tube and the little baby at 8 weeks gestation I love you before I have even met you!
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It has been an emotional journey but if I can get through this I can get through anything. My body was still pregnant, but my baby had died My husband and I were close to breaking point, we had so much tragedy on top of our losses and it was becoming too much. My journey has been far from smooth That's when my whole world fell apart The situation was serious and I was admitted to hospital to have the tube removed including the foetus The whole time I was pregnant I was convinced something would go wrong They soon realised I was having an ectopic pregnancy.
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