It took four weeks, but the doctor finally called last week. It was a girl, which is what I had kind of suspected. The chromosomes showed nothing wrong. Although I'm glad, because the dr. said she doesn't want to do any testing on me, and it gives me more hope for another pregnancy (I'm 37, so the chromosomes become more of a problem). But I was really hoping for a reason, so I could have some closure to this. Now I will just keep wondering why. Does any one know what else can cause a miscarriage (she died at 11.5 weeks) other than chromosomes? I feel now like somehow this was my fault, although I know rationally that this wouldn't be the case.
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