Thanks!! Keep you fingers crossed for me Danielle! Want this one to stick!
Well, this might be hard to do but try not to think too much about it. think positive. I got a friend at work who miscarried too in August and she's now 7 weeks pregnant! lol but she worries so much.
If you can get an ultrasound around 7 weeks, you'll get to see the heartbeat and then your chances of miscarriage goes down to 3% according to my obgyn.
FX's for you Nikkie! This one will stick!
I know how scary it can be after a previous loss. My mom kept telling me this baby would be fine. We saw the heartbeat which we didn't see the first time. Maybe your doctor could do more frequent ultrasounds.
I had my scan at 6 weeks, 5 days and I won't have another one until 20 weeks. We're thinking about have a private scan around 16 weeks though.
Danielle- Congrats on baby boy! Were you hoping for one sex over the other?
You sound JUST like me. We had one at 6w2d and weren't scheduled to have another at the OB til 20 weeks, we scheduled a private gender ultrasound at 16w4d which was such a good idea, i totally recommend it!
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