were these preg symptoms the same as the ones you lost?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy After A Loss' started by missmayhem, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. missmayhem

    missmayhem Mummy to 2 little cuties

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    hello again ladies


    were the early symptoms of this pregnancy the same as the ones that you lost


    just curious that is all
     
  2. cowboys angel

    cowboys angel new mama & wife and ttc#2

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    With my first miscarriage, I didn't even know I was pregnant when I lost her. I was just over 2 months, so I couldn't tell you. I had more pressing things on my mind at that point, trying to recover from the trauma of rape.

    With my second miscarriage, we suspected I was pregnant. My boobs hurt and were swollen, I was always sick, it was harsh. I was 2 months and some late. We had just decided to take a pregnancy test, and two days later (before I got a chance) I woke up bleeding very profusely and felt like I was being stabbed in the stomach.

    With this pregnancy, I was only mildly sick (only two throw ups. YAY!), but was always nauseous. Smells bothered me, and certain tastes did. Only lasted til 3 month mark or so.

    So I guess my answer to your question is yes, same symptoms, but FOR ME at least, they were much milder with this pregnancy, and I am now 28 weeks.
     
  3. Aquarius24

    Aquarius24 Mummy of 2 beauties!

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    With my mmc in sept I felt awful from the start. Extremely tired. Boobs not sore at all. No other symptoms. With the natural mc I felt very different. I had more energy, boobs tender n tired but no where near last time. I am now pregnant again n my boobs are tender n sore at times. I have a range of mild symptoms but it's still only early! I try not to compare symptoms cos to be honest I think I would get symptoms if I lost it again or not. Also they say every pregnancy is different ! X
     

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