Hi Well yesterday I got a call from the hospital about my triple test. They said my results were quite broad but high risk 1 in 149. They suggested that I come in to speak with the doctor but I said I didn't want to go and do any invasive testing. They were still said I should come in and could I come down today, so I said yes. As soon as I was off the phone I was on to the OH in tears, I kind of expected a call, but really hoped I wouldn't. When OH got home and I told him the results he was a little more positive than me, he thought when I said high risk I mean one in ten or something. I know that 1 in 149 is high, my age group is 34. We went to see the consultant who explained the situation and didn't seem to worried, he basically said I have a 99.25% chance I won't have a baby with Downs. I understand the odds aren't as good as being in a low risk and it is all based on statistics but I can't help but worry that out of the 149 women just like me I will be the one to have a Downs child. It is all such a shock and I have been feeling very low anyway, now I can't stop crying, I just feel so useless and don't want to spend my whole pregnancy being miserable. I always said that I wouldn't abort my child and I won't, what will be will be, but when you are faced with shocks like statistical markers it sort of shatters your world a little as I suppose like every parent you want a healthy baby. Oh, the only good news is that we got a quick scan whilst I was there and the LO was all chilled out, actually sat down with it's knees up and waving its arms about. So at least my fear of the baby had stopped growing has now been replaced with my baby has a chance of Downs.......I thought pregnancy was going to be a joy but it's turning into the longest nine months of my life. Has anyone else been faced with information like this and how are they coping? OH half has been trying to be supportive but I don't think I am helping when I am an emotional wreck, so any advice from the baby and bump crew would be great.