What if you are 1 out of 50? Since about 2% of couples face two consecutive losses, if you are in this group, chances are lower you will encounter other women with your experience.
How about 1 in 200? That’s the number of couples who deal with three consecutive losses.
What if you were 1 in 90,000,000? That’s what an obstetrician once told me was the chance of having an ectopic twin pregnancy with one cervical and one on the ovary. She said this to reassure me that there was no way this was happening to me, that the mass on my ovary must not be an embryo, that the embryo implanted on my cervix was the only one, and yet six weeks later when the mystery mass was gone with a double dose of methotrexate, it was confirmed that I am 1 in 90,000,000.