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    Been trolling.. time to make my presence known
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    Laur1981 posted:
    Hi.. been trolling on the board for a bit now.. so.. I am Lauren. 30 y/o with quite a history. have a DD (9) then a molar pregnancy (2005). Then a DS (5) and a miscarriage at 14w5d (2008). Then earlier this year, a m/c at about 8 weeks. Now am 15 weeks and so far.. everything is going smoothly. Lots of u/s to make sure we still have a heartbeat and a growing baby... so far so good. Lots of medical issues brought to light with this pregnancy including unexplained shortness of breath, gallstones, GERD, some lesions on my liver, and a haitial hernia. So.. H&H9 mos to all!!
     
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    Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Welcome here, Lauren. I'm glad you came out of hiding.


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