I just had a miscarriage a little over a week ago. They don't know why it happened, the doctor thought it was pretty bizarre. I had mild cramping (it only felt like maybe it was my uterus getting bigger type of cramping) then the next thing I know, my water breaks and the baby comes out...I was only 14 weeks and 2 days pregnant. Just 2 days before that, we heard the baby's heartbeat and a healthy rate. What's crazy about this whole thing is they did not have to do a D&C. The baby came out, the paramedics picked me up and took me and dh to the ER and the OB doc on call came in and pulled the placenta right out with really no effort. I just talked to one lady who said the SAME thing happened to her, and it was b/c she had been on the pill for so long that the lining of her uterus was dry, and they had to put her on hormone therapy. I also had (and still have it as of right now) a cervical polyp and we wonder if maybe that weakened my cervix. That did cause a lot of bleeding. But anyway, before I get side-tracked, b/c of the dry uterus lining, the placenta was not able to attach itself very well and it made it easy for the doctor to remove it without an D&C. So I'm thinking that's what happened to me...I've been on the pill since I was 21, I'm now 30. I have a Dr's appt tomorrow to see about getting that polyp removed and maybe get put on some hormone therapy. On that note, I better get to bed!