counting down the days, but can't help worrying

Discussion in 'Pregnancy After A Loss' started by pickleton, Nov 12, 2011.

  1. pickleton

    pickleton Dare I say I'm pregnant?

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    I've already had blood taken at 9/10dpo and it confirmed I am indeed pregnant, and I've been doing cheap 10miu test every day which are getting stronger but I just can't stop thinking that my period is going to come. :nope:

    I'm about 14dpo ovulation today although I can't be sure as I wasn't supposed to be TTC whist me and DH were going through fertility tests so we didn't keep track of my dates or ovulation.

    I've got a few symptoms, like last night I had insane burning nipples and hunger.

    Today however I've got some mild cramping which is just completely freaking me out because I keep thinking AF will come now.

    I've got to wait until friday before I see my specialist and she starts me on HCG shots.

    I wish I could have been one of those girls who didn't know they were pregnant until 6 months or something!!
     
  2. mummylove

    mummylove Well-Known Member

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    When i found out i was pregnant this time all i did was worry. I would get in my mind oh im gonna have a chemical then when i got past the 6 week mark i was thinking to myself baby is probably dead all my mcs baby as died at 6/7 weeks. Had a scan at 7+2 saw blob and HB but i still worried. Even tho i had bad sickness till 14 weeks i still was worring when i went for my NT scan. After seeing baby then i didnt worry so much. Im full term now and i do still worry. Its a normal thing and it is hard for us and men dont understand that :(
    Just try stay positive hun
     

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