I had a stillbirth 7yrs ago at 39wks due to diabetic complications and only this year decided to try again. I'm now 30wks and can sometimes be a nervous wreck especially if baby hasn't moved around in a while
So I'm really glad to have found this thread with other women going through the same.
I know I was the last one to post here but I thought I had to share this with you.
Last nite bubs wasn't moving around so much and was getting extremely uncomfortable BH. I was really concerned as with my last baby I didn't notice the lack of movement and went to the antenatal as usual for them to tell me my son had died.
I held off phoning the maternity suite as I wanted to be totally sure and imagine how silly I feel when this morning baby is flipping and a kicking around like a goodun lol.
Some people may think I'm being an ott worry wort but it's been 7yrs since I was last pregnant and I'm still now convinced that something is going to go wrong. I think until the day my baby is in my arms I won't rest.
I'm 18 weeks pregnant now but suffered a miscarriage in March 2010..
It's the scariest thing being pregnant again after losing my first baby..but I'v been blessed to be pregnant again and really looking forward to meeting my baby I'l never forget my first baby tho. xx
I'm so sorry for everyone's losses. I've been pregnant twice this year - lost one at 20 weeks and one at 14 weeks. I didn't actually miscarry - just went in for an appointment and found out neither had a heartbeat anymore. Has anyone experienced anything similar? The doctors can't figure it out - I have 3 healthy ones and have never had this happen before.
I had a miscarriage in september last year - was not able to discover why / what happened, but lost it at 7 weeks approx. Am now pregnant again - last period was 28th March approx. However this time around I am not really feeling any symptoms - did get tired to begin with, but now nothing much at all. Last time, I had quite strong symptoms (queaziness, tender boobs etc) but nothing seems to be happening...so am getting pretty worried. My husband just keeps telling me to be positive, and that 'every pregnancyis different' (is it??!!) , but its hard to stay positive. Have first appointment with doc on friday.
I found out I was pregnant again on June 14, which is the two year anniversary of my miscarriage. I miscarried at 10 wks. Last time I didn't find out I was pregnant until I was about 7 wks and had been unable to get in for a sonogram before we went racing to the emergency room.
I have had baby fever for about 4 years now and have always felt that I would one day be a mom so that experience was absolutely devastating! I have a lot of friends and acquaintences that have had babies but none that have been through what I am going through.
Long story short, I'm just looking to talk to women who have been through the same thing. I am driving myself crazy with stress and worry because I am only 6 wks pregnant and deathly afraid of another miscarriage and I want so badly to be a mom. It would really help to hear some success stories of women who have had a baby after a miscarriage.
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