just have faith darling and try not to research too much, stay positive and im sure all will be well xxx i had a mmc back in feb and here i am 27 weeks, each pregancy is different you must remember that
^^ that is good to know! I feel so much better now too. I do not worry too much but that just made my day lol LO had a strong heartbeat at 10 weeks so unless there is the other unmentionable problems with LO I am good to go
when I did the early scan (I was 8 weeks) the doctor told me that most MC happen before 7 weeks and after seeing the heartbeat, you have 90% chance of having a healthy pregnancy. So... try not to worry too much (easier said than done, I know!!)
You just never know. All I can say is, try not to think of it and enjoy life! What will happen will happen and there's nothing you can do to prevent it... so don't spend too much time worrying that you can't enjoy living. Statistics say it's a 2-4% chance of miscarriage after you see the heartbeat, unfortunately though, it still happens.
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