my friend was having a baby with a girl who was only 5 days ahead of me in her pregnancy. i have known her for a long time and she has never lived a 'healthy' lifestyle(poor eating habbits, heavy smoker, irregular sleeping habbits, a 'drama' chaser, ect) and she miscarried yesterday at 16 weeks.. i might not have agreed with her or her way of life but i cant stop thinking about her and my good friend(who would have been a Great Father)... i found out last night before bed and cant even sleep. she told me i was going to be a 'high risk' pregnancy because i dont eat meat(i have no health issues and never have always eaten a proper balanced diet[i'm a health freak]), i had a Dr. appt on may 27 and my baby and i are just fine ..Yet i cant stop hearing her say that to me and now this has happened to her, i just thought a womans chances of a miscarriage drop dramaticly into the second trimester?.. i dont understand. i feel horrible for them. this is very scary and i cant even imagine what they must be going through. what could have caused this and is it more common than they(Dr.s) say?
Answer by Princess_s21 at 5:59 AM on Apr. 30, 2011
Answer by Punkslilncs at 7:23 AM on Apr. 30, 2011
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