We tried for a year to get pregnant and here I am in my second tri and he's decided he wants out. He doesn't want me or baby. (I'm not going to bash him as there's a lot happened - it's his loss). I'm worried now incase something happens to baby as I want this lo more than anything. Anyone else going through this alone??
I am not in the same situation, I just wanted to say I'm very sorry that you're going through this, it seems really unfair to try for that long and then leave. Life just happens I suppose. I'm praying for you! Good news is, the odds of something happening to the baby are very very slim. Hopefully here in a few months, you and your little one will be snuggled up and loving on each other I'm a worrier as well, so I know it's easier said than done, but hang in there.
I had my first child on my own and I know how it can be. It seems strange to try for so long and then decide this isn't what he wants. Maybe it's just cold feet and he will return at a later time. Anyhow I am always available to help or listen or whatever.
I am not in this situation, but I just wanted to say that I am sorry you are dealing with this. I think your baby will be fine! Have all of your visits thus far been normal? If so, then you should be fine. Try to think positive and take extra good care of yourself during this time. Be kind to yourself. Give yourself what you need and give baby what he or she needs.
Hugs. I agree. I went through first tri alone and had to overlook some nasty c* to make things work, so I hope he cools down and returns. If not, you'll be strong without him. Just rely on friends and family, that's how I survived being alone first tri. As for baby, in the unlikely event something happens at 26-27 weeks neonatal care has gotten so advanced the survival rate is like 80-90%. So try not to worry about your bean, especially if your pregnancy has been smooth. hang in there and you've got us if you need it
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