Awful Nightmare-VERY SENSATIVE-I am worried sick!!
Girls I dreamed last night that at a consultant apt my doc couldn't get baby's heartbeat with Doppler. So he tried a scan and baby was just still-no movement, no heartbeat. Nothing. He turned to me, took my hand and said "I'm sorry dear, there's nothing more we can do".
I woke up bawling!!!
I am so terrified.
All this worrying about swelling and headaches and high BP has drove me to the point I can't sleep at night. :/
I was the same all last weekend....more or less had the same dream....spent days worried! Unfortunately Ihave no advice but your def not on your own! This weekends dream was that she is so big that she doesn't fit in her Moses basket!
I have no idea how any woman who loses a baby gets through it. It felt SO real. My heart was literally in pieces. I sat at the edge of the bed shivvering and bawling and hubby thought I'd lost my mind. He sang to my belly &she responded with a swift kick to the ribs and that was the most painful but most relief I've had this pregnancy so far.
I think any pregnant woman who says they disnt have a dream like that is lying. It's normal - physically, hormones are screwing with your brain giving your vivid dreams, mentally, you're about to go through labour and Birth which is pretty scary stuff n that can manifest in horrible dreams.
I used to dream I miscarried and would wake up in the night and throw the duvet back to check fro blood.
I had a dream that I put the baby to sleep in the bassinet next to our bed and when I woke up our comforter had somehow fallen into the bassinet and had covered baby's face. When I pulled back the blanket she was dead. The next part of the dream we were at her funeral. It was a terrible, awful dream and I was very upset when I woke up. I spent a good bit of time the next morning figuring out how far away the bassinet should be from our bed (currently its still in the box since baby isn't scheduled to be born for another 8 weeks).
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