Maybebub - sorry for the late response, we got snowed out last night and ended up at my parents! Saw the doctor and spoke to midwife on the phone - they both said some cramping is normal (bean digging in and uterus expanding) plus they think some of it may be my normal endo pain which won't just disappear overnight! I'm to call them if it gets worse or I start bleeding. How's your pain going?
cflower - that's awful sending you big I echo everything prosperina said - I've had friends have kids in similar circumstances and despite their father being a (insert appropriate expletive here...) the child is the light of their life - I'm sure it'll be the same for you
Thank you for sharing what you dr and midwife said.
My pain is on and off, today actually almost no pain.
It is kind of weird because it is never in the same place, sometimes it last a few mins and others a few hours, never to painful but unconfortable.
My ultrasound is in 2 weeks hooefully everything will be ok, time is sooo slow.
No others symptoms yet, well more trips to the bathroom and bigger boobs (not sore).
So, I'm not dealing with morning sickness yet. I haven't felt anything worse than mildly nauseous. Not remotely close to vomiting.
Sometimes I think, "That's freakin' awesome," and sometimes I think, "It's because you've had a missed miscarriage," and then I freak out. But my abdomen continues to feel tightness and pressure, so I think baby is fine.
With my DD, full blown morning sickness didn't hit me until 6-7 weeks. My nipples are still hurting and I have stretching going on. I'm confident that baby is just fine. I'm going to keep that attitude/mindset. I have 4 weeks and 6 days until my first ultrasound so I just want to stay positive until then. At least as best I can with my raging hormones. Lol
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