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Old Feb 16th, 2017, 15:50 PM   41
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I get it. It makes sense, but only people with a loss will completely understand...



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 09:55 AM   42
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I had a little pink spotting last night that turned into light brown watery discharge this morning. I know it's nothing but jeez I wish I could just be confident in this pregnancy. I need clear discharge only, please! I think I'll feel better once I see an ultrasound.



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 12:26 PM   43
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I'm sorry you had that happen last night Ashaford. It's so stressful, isn't it? Every little thing makes us worry. I'm worried now that I don't have any symptoms -- I'm only 4w3d and never get any this early, but I just want to know that this pregnancy will work.

Stillpraying - how did your appointment go?



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 17:29 PM   44
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Hi ladies, can I join you? I'm tentatively expecting my first on October 23rd. I had an early loss with my last pregnancy at 5+3 in September. I only just got my positive this week so based on lmp I am at 4+5. I'm so very nervous and just hoping to start getting really nauseous soon to have some reassurance. I noticed a lot of you are taking baby aspirin. Did you just decide to do that on your own, or did your doctor tell you? I don't have an appointment yet and it won't be for a while when I do so I'm not sure if I should take matters in my own hands until then. Should I be taking aspirin too?



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 17:46 PM   45
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Ohhhhh, we are pretty much the same MissYogi. Congrats.

I could have wrote your post. I'm waiting EVERY day for symptoms and reassurance.



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 18:15 PM   46
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Yay Missyogi so happy you are here! Re baby asprin, my Dr advised me to take it with my last loss, but unfortunately not until I was already 12 weeks. She told me that when I got pregnant again I could go ahead and take it as soon as I found out.

Ashford hopefully the spotting doesn't mean anything. I know the rule of thumb is that if it isn't red with cramping, it should be fine. I know it's so hard not to worry. Will you be seeing a Dr soon?

Sunshine the appointment was just prenatal registration and blood work but the nurse was lovely, had been through a 20 week loss so she was very understanding. My first ultrasound is on March 10th :woohoo:

ETA would everyone like me to put their due dates on the first page or wait?



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 18:17 PM   47
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Great news StillPraying, I'm so glad she is understanding for you. That must be a relief!

MissYogi - I forgot to add, I'm also on baby asprin, and was advised to start it day of bfp. I took it entire pregnancy last time as per my doctor, but I've seen others who were told less.



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 19:37 PM   48
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I was told only to 36 weeks



 
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Old Feb 17th, 2017, 19:49 PM   49
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Just to note, baby asprin isn't proven to be successful but doctors say it can't hurt anything. It's basically a "doesn't hurt to try" suggestion. But that's only for those with no other medical issues. I took it with my successful pregnancy, and also with my mc. And now I'm taking it again!



 
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Old Feb 18th, 2017, 01:38 AM   50
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Hi all. Ashford hope the spotting goes away.
Miss Yogi congrats. I had baby aspiring til birth with my rainbow under the recurrent miscarriage consultant.
I had the hospital appt yesterday. They said because it was twins and the size of the sac that I would have to have inpatient medical management. This is the 4th time I've done it and the inpatient time with my first lot of twins was horrendous. So have decided to have it done surgically which is booked in for Thurs. Hoping nothing happens til then. Got some minor twinges but that's all.
Stillpraying-glad your appt went well-it makes a big difference having a nurse who understands. Even just one who knows your history already and you don't have to go over it yet another time.
sunshine hope those symptoms kick in soon.
best of luck ladies. Will be kep ping an eye on you-in a mon creepy fashion!! X



 
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