I think I spent almost all of my first tri expecting the worst and even when I made it to 2nd tri it didn't go away. Even now, if I am completely honest, I do still have it in the back of my head that anything could happen but I really wish I didn't think this way!
Try to think as positively as you can and take each day as it comes otimistically, if I could change one thing about this pregnancy I would love to not be worried about everything and to not be expecting the worst!
Anyway, thats my little rant LOL I wish you all the best for the rest of your pregnancy!
Aww congrats!! I have had those same feelings and been fighting them off. I had some trouble with my insurance so tomorrow is my first OB. Not sure I will get a scan but I will get to hear a heartbeat and I think I will relax once that happens.
I have felt it too. Every possible fear I have had but I see that many women do and it is totally normal. Everyone tells me to stay off Google so I am working on that one. Good luck and you are not alone.
I've had blighted ovum and had completely normal pregnancy symptoms. Didn't find out until my 12 week scan when there was no baby. But it is quite uncommon, so there's no reason to think it's happened to you.
Try not to worry - it's natural to worry a bit and hard not to, but maybe your mind will be put to rest when you have your first scan.
I am still worrying now, but that is because I had a miscarriage at 19 weeks in my last pregnancy, so I'm not going to rest for a while yet!
I had one too and found out at ten weeks. I am completely worrying that it will happen again even though they say its not common and blah blah blah. I still worry that I will get to the 12 week mark and they will say there is nothing there....
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