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    Just joined...Anyone had a molar pregnancy?
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    An_187301 posted:
    I have had two miscarriages. One in 2006 after the baby stopped developing. It was hard as it was our first child, we'd told everyone practically, and we had had a strong heartbeat at 6 weeks. I had a D&C since I didn't find out until 13 weeks of the loss. Then, just after Easter, I had another D&C for a molar pregnancy. At an ultrasound around 8 weeks I was told it was a blighted ovum. 6 weeks later HCG was higher than before the diagnosis. A new ultrasound showed it was molar. The pathology report came back a complete molar. Now, I'm sure looking for people who have gone through it/are going through it. It is a scary thing.
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