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im so sad ~*Pregalicious mommy*~ 18 kids; California 810 posts
Aug 24th '10

i found out i have miscarried my baby. My levels have dropped i havent bled at all today and really never did bleed. I am just wondering what does it mean whne levels drop and why do they drop. I am very said but i know in my gut breastfeeding caused it. I have been breastfeeding for 2 years now so my hormones are all out of wack so im sure i didnt have the hormones made to keep a baby and i am sooo sooo sad all my mom could say is well you cant affor another one that made me even more sad then my grandmother didnt really care either. I misscarried right away cause im only 2 weeks late so i miscarried very early. I am so sad i cant stop crying I dont know what to espect or do im just depressed feeling :( sorry for grammer

Stinke Pie 18 kids; Sheboygan, Wisconsin 2220 posts
Aug 24th '10

I am sorry for your loss. I am also sorry your family is not more supportive.

friendlygirl626 6 kids; Kansas 8593 posts
Aug 24th '10

Ah sweetie I am sorry for your loss. I have succesfully breastfed through the last 2 of my pregnancies so I am not sure that is what caused it - there are many things that could have happened to cause the miscarriage. Don't beat your self up and try to ignore the negative comments. Best of luck and hugs for you!

Walking in Memphis 3 kids; 2 angel babies; Macon, Georgia 5986 posts
Aug 24th '10

I'm sorry for your loss!! A loss is still a loss not matter how far along into the pregnancy. Sorry that your family isn't there for you, but us BG Mamas will be!

Angie Bear Due June 21 (boy); 17 kids; Deltona, Florida 5653 posts
Aug 24th '10
Quoting .Colleen.:
GPAngel018 1 child; Waterford, Michigan 1369 posts
Aug 24th '10
Quoting ~*Pregalicious mommy*~:
user banned 2 kids; Michigan 25696 posts
Aug 24th '10

Im sorry for your loss...



But I know many women on here who breast feed their whole pregnancy, and delivered healthy babies. SO I dont think breast feeding had anything to do with it.

Vodka Knockers 1 child; North Carolina 8096 posts
Aug 24th '10
Quoting Angie Bear:
~*Pregalicious mommy*~ 18 kids; California 810 posts
Aug 24th '10

thank you girls so much. I know for a fact it was brestfeeding i looked up my inforamtion and talked to some doctors and yes breastfeeding CAN cause a misscarriage for some not all women and i know thats what happened. With me breastfeeding I wasnt producing the hormones i needed to help this baby grow plus i have been breastfeeding for a LOOOONG time so i know it was breastfeeding but i am now trying to wean my daughter cause i want another baby now that I lost this one so hopefully everything goes fine. Thanks again