Hi all so i had a m/c in nov. . . i had no symptoms with that one. Found out in feb I was preggers again. Im 8w1d today. Yesterday I woke up and felt great which scared me because since 6 w i havent been able to pull myself out of bed cause i have been so nauseous and sick. Throwing up and just feeling yucky.
My bbs are still a little sore and still a little tired but MS vanished. With my DD I had ms till 16 weeks so i am so scared.
Today I feel a little nauseous but not like i was is this normal. I am so scared of another mc i couldn't handle that.
My morning sickness with Olivia disappeared for 3 days one time and came back even stronger than ever and lasted until 26 weeks! I've had several miscarriages and it's so scary especially since my m/s this time keeps disappearing and coming back and I'm so scared that it's a bad sign even though in my head I know it's not...pregnancy after loss makes each and every day hard and no amount of reasurance is actually going to reasure you until you get to your safe place in the pregnancy (for me my safe place was when they placed her in my arms) Good luck honey! Have you had an ultrasound yet?
i had one done last monday i was 7w and it was perfect the baby measure exact and the heartbeat looked and sounded perfect. The dr said he had good feelings about this one because it looked perfect but im still so scared.
i had ms 5-7 ish weeks and then it started to come and go and now I just wake up to a lil heartburn and bit nausea but it goes away in minutes. I see that most peoples ms go away near 8-9 weeks and could come back worse or not come back at all. Count yourself lucky and enjoyyyy
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