Pregnancy Over 40 Is Possible After Miscarriage and Recurrent Miscarriage"What a cruel universe we live in..." I used to say that I lot when I would feel the elation of becoming pregnant only to be slammed down when I lost it.
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I went through this six times before conceiving my duaghter. My first two miscarriages were twins I conceived through IVF. One got stuck in my fallopian tube, the other died in my uterus. I was absolutely devastated and then I had to go through surgery to remove my left tube. It took me months to get over it.
After losing a third pregnancy, I came to the realization that getting pregnant was going to be a little harder than I thought (in retrospect, that was an understatement!) I've noticed a pattern in my life--if I don't succeed at something right away, it's usually a long drawn out difficult "learning" experience. Because I had gone through other challenges in my life and eventually succeeded, I had to believe that I could overcome this like everything else. I had to believe that the next one was going to make it.
I've heard the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Well, in some ways I guess I fit the bill, but in actuality I did do things differently each time. When I was trying to concieve I began reading and researching natural methods of enhancing fertility. I began the process of developing and refining a "pregnancy protocol". I continually added things with each pregnancy until I finally succeeded.
If you're having a problem with recurrent miscarriage, you have to believe that the next one is the one. You have to believe that you can overcome this challenge like many challenges that have come before. In many ways, I think my unshakable belief that I could get pregnant and carry to term was a key piece of my success.