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- Allure 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Ipswich, South Dakota 1122 posts
Apr 10th '14

                                 

<3Mommy123 Due October 4; 1 child; Hamilton, ON, Canada 2321 posts
Apr 10th '14

I wish that were true!! Some people m/c at random times it just all depends on your body and the baby!! After 12 weeks its very unlikely to m/c but it can always happen.....

Fancyfeast 1 child; United States 1335 posts
Apr 10th '14

I belive so, They also say once you get to 12 weeks your risk of miscarage drops dramaticly. to like 10%

*~AngelEyes~* 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Memphis, Tennessee 11214 posts
Apr 10th '14

I believe it's true in some cases. No matter what, though you're always at risk of losing the baby, be it a miscarriage or stillborn. It's just an unfortunate part of life. 

Allure 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Ipswich, South Dakota 1122 posts
Apr 10th '14

Quoting Felicia Staats:
I wish that were true!! Some people m/c at random times it just all depends on your body and the baby!! After 12 weeks its very unlikely to m/c but it can always happen.....


Yeah, I figured as much.  As you said, it just depends.  My first ultrasound of this pregnancy is in a few hours and I'm totally not helping myself by reading all this crap!   

Allure 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Ipswich, South Dakota 1122 posts
Apr 10th '14

Quoting *~AngelEyes~*:
I believe it's true in some cases. No matter what, though you're always at risk of losing the baby, be it a miscarriage or stillborn. It's just an unfortunate part of life. 


Indeed, always that unfortunate possibility of someone beating those odds. Unknown

Holly Boudrie 2 kids; 7 angel babies; Michigan 110 posts
Apr 10th '14

I really dont know how accurate it is, I have had 5 miscariages two were twin pregnancies and I saw a heart beat for all of them. I lost one at 16 weeks so anything is possible

Allure 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Ipswich, South Dakota 1122 posts
Apr 10th '14

Quoting Holly Boudrie:
I really dont know how accurate it is, I have had 5 miscariages two were twin pregnancies and I saw a heart beat for all of them. I lost one at 16 weeks so anything is possible


I'm so so sorry for your losses. 

Holly Boudrie 2 kids; 7 angel babies; Michigan 110 posts
Apr 10th '14

Quoting Allure:

I'm so so sorry for your losses. 



Thank you, it was a very sad time in my life but we finally found an amazing doctor that actually cared what was going on and figured out the problem. and we now have an amazing little boy and after much trying and fertility meds we are expecting number 2 :)

Amanda Kraemer Due April 26 (boy); 1 angel baby; San Diego, CA, United States 69 posts
Apr 10th '14

I miscarried 13 weeks on the dot. They say the danger zone ends after 12 but the truth is, the percentage is higher if your a FTM or have had problem in the past.