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Old Jun 2nd, 2017, 08:56 AM   1
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Ladies, did you "know"? *mentions pregnancy*


Title says it all really. I'm currently 6wks pregnant, 4th pregnancy, 1 son, 1 mmc and 1 daughter, now this. I just don't feel right with this pregnancy. I don't have a single symptom. With both of my healthy pregnancies I have had severe MS from very early, tiredness sore boobs etc. The only time I have NOT had any of my normal symptoms was with my MMC and I just knew something was wrong.
This time around I didn't get a bfp until the day my period was due and even then jt was only very very faint even on a frer. And darker but still faint days later.
Did any of you guys know the pregnancy wasn't going to work out? How? What did you do, if anything? The only symptoms I have had are abdominal cramps, back pain, what I can only describe as braxton hicks, sharp pains in my pelvis (not rlp) and a constantly upset stomach.



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Old Jun 2nd, 2017, 10:29 AM   2
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I didn't have a blighted ovum, but I did feel different with my pregnancy that ended in mc. I don't know if it's just perception in hindsight, but I was much more concerned something would go wrong and just felt like I wasn't going to be as lucky that time. I don't know if that was because of some sixth sense or just because it was my second and I was just blissfully unaware of anything that might go wrong with my first. I did just have a gut feeling though that something wasn't right. I didn't have as many symptoms either, but that is also very normal and especially as you are still early on. With my daughter, though I did have strong symptoms immediately at 4-6 weeks, they largely went away and came back strong at 8-9 weeks. As it's still early days, it's possible they just haven't hit you yet. I was much more aware at 8 weeks though when I still felt comparatively okay. At the same time, I suspect once you've had one mc, it's hard to not think it could happen again and that can influence how you feel or think about how you're feeling. Hope all turns out positively for you in the end and this is just a bit of a slow period before things kick off.



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Old Jun 2nd, 2017, 11:55 AM   3
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I had a strong feeling with my blighted ovum. I remember saying to MIL on the day of our first scan at 10 weeks. She asked if I was excited and I said no, i don't think there will be anything there.

I was right, I had not many symptoms (especially when I now compare that to my 2 heathy pregnancies after that where I had bad MS) and I just felt 'empty'.

Whereas with my 2 healthy pregnancies I felt like everything would be fine!



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Old Jun 3rd, 2017, 12:35 PM   4
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Yep. I felt like there wasn't a 'life' inside me. Even though I had strong symptoms. I was correct. Hope all goes well for you though. xx



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Old Jun 5th, 2017, 13:52 PM   5
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I felt like I knew. My baby grew to 8 weeks, but we didn't discover the miscarriage until the ultrasound at 10 weeks. We went in hoping for good news, but I told my husband to be prepared for the worst and I was right.

I had very few symptoms, but I have no idea if that is normal for me as it was my first pregnancy. A close friend was pregnant at the same time. She didn't have any symptoms either and is happily 17 weeks along now.

Hoping for the best for you!



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Old Jun 5th, 2017, 14:00 PM   6
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Yeah I knew on my first pregnancy that something was wrong I couldn't get excited I don't know how I knew but I just knew there was something wrong with the baby out baby grew til 7 weeks but we didn't know until almost 11 weeks. I have had two love births after that both times I knew they were fine and felt like I'd a constant stomach bug for weeks



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Old Jun 8th, 2017, 08:19 AM   7
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Do you have any news yet? Not knowing what is going on is horrid. Hugs. Lack or loss of symptoms can be a symptom of MC. 6 weeks is still pretty early though. I have had 5 pregnancies, two of them losses. With my losses I had early symptoms that went away. My last pregnancy was the only pregnancy I didnt have many early syptoms with. I felt pretty much fine at 6 weeks. Then it hit with a bang. I had HG and it was so severe that I was in bed for 6 weeks and lost almost 3 stone. Once I got over the HG the rest of the pregnancy was fine.



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Old Jun 9th, 2017, 18:43 PM   8
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I knew with the last pregnancy also. We werent trying but I knew our chances were high. So I tested and got a line at 9 dpo. My lines started getting nice and dark but...I dunno, I didnt get excited and I told my DH that I didnt think wed get a baby out of it. A week later, my lines started to fade away. I think I just "felt" different, but Im not sure how? If that makes any sense...



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Old Jun 9th, 2017, 18:45 PM   9
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I also want to add that with my last baby (now 10 months), I swore the whole pregnancy I wouldnt end up with a baby in the end. So, sometimes, our gut feeling can just be fear. Goodluck x



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Old Jun 13th, 2017, 19:30 PM   10
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I just knew. I have a blighted ovum (currently waiting for a D&C) and i just couldnt shake the feeling that something was wrong. The day of my ultrasound, I told my husband that I just knew the baby had died. I've never been so sad to be right.



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