I have had two prev m/c and last week found out I am due 5th March 2012! VEEERRRRYYY nervous about this pregnancy! TMI alert but last night when I wiped after loo I had a tiny bit of light brown CM on the tissue. No cramps or blood. Only get it when I go to the toilet and wipe and only had it twice today.
Any you girls had this and this turned out OK or was this how any of your m/c's started?
Congrats on your crazy sense of smell!
I have every symptom in the book I think, some joke I have quads-NSN!!! So my Boobs hurt, now in bigger maternity bra, can't eat due to nausea, not sleeping at night but really tired, peeing all the time, aching back, mild cramps, oh and my belly is seriously bloated!!!
Is anyone else as insane as me?!?xx
I am feeling a lot more positive about this pregnancy then my pervious one. The one I loss didn't feel right, if you know what I mean. I felt there was something wrong but I couldn't put my finger on it.
This time however I have been feeling so ill and have had really really sore boobs, so sore I can't sleep. Also the headaches are awful. All good signs I hope.
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