Oh my ladies! I posted on page 2 Friday night and now there are 16 pages to catch up on!! No way I'll catch up today. Just wanted to say congratulations to all the new girls. So happy we have this place. I too have been finding it difficult to relate to PAL women with just one loss. Glad we can support each other.
I love reading everyones symptom obesession. I do it too. This pregnancy has been the worst since my symtomps really do vary drastically each day. I can go days without feeling a thing, then it just hits me out of nowhere.
I dont' have a scan booked for this week yet. But I do have my first prenatal appointment tomorrow. I'm pretty nervous about it. I'm sure my doc will get out the doppler and try to listen for the HB. My first loss started out by my doctor not finding the HB with a doppler at 12 weeks.
GS grew from 3 mm to 7 mm and we have a yolk sac and the beginning of a fetal pole!!!! OMG- I feel like I can breathe for a few hours. Now I am running to the bathroom to throw up. I feel it coming on. Thank goodness for nausea too. Anyone else queasy today?
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