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    First pregnancy
    babyred8850 posted:
    I am a 41 yr old female & I just found out that I was pregnant well as miscarriage in the same visit. Yes, this was my first pregnancy. I was on my menstral & the next day I had some serious cramps below my stomach. I thought that it was the pizza I ate. Sunday I passed a 2 inch thing which I can best describe as a man's bloody penis. There was a lot of blood & clot looking things every where. I was shocked & scared cause I didn't know what happened. I jumped in the shower & cleaned up the area. A few days later I went to the hospital & they said that I was pregnant. I was shocked but happy. Before I left there they took some blood for a beta quaint test & my number was 123. They said either I just started my pregnancy or I'm miscarrying. I went back two days later & the new number was 51. I miscarried. I looked online for the numbers & I was 4 weeks. I'm not giving up now that I know I can get pregnant. I'm gone give myself some time before I get back on the horse. All I can do is take it one day at a time.
    mommyin2011 responded:
    so sorry for your loss!

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