So Yesterday I Took A Home Pregnancy Test & it came out positive...I Figured Up My Last Period && It Figured Up To Be That Im Prob. But Not Certain, 10 weeks & 1 day. I Have A Dr.s Apt. With My Obgyn 2maro.. Ive been having alot of cramps in my uterus && its been very painful. i experienced a M/C Sept. 23rd of this year. i was 5 weeks & 4 days. i never felt like this in my first pregnancy. its like im having every symptom that you could think of in pregnancy now. but the pains is starting to worry me. im hoping & praying to God that i dont have another M/C, just gonna try to stay positive & see what my Dr. says 2maro but any ideas to calm my nerves?? i would much appreciate it..View Thread
yeah i had a period last month on the 19th. but not one this month. I'm prob. going to get a PT this weekend. & the cramping feels just like Its only in my uterus, not my stomach like it was before when i had period cramps.View Thread
So About Two Weeks Ago I Started Discharging Clear Stuff Really Bad, It Finally Stopped. Then 3 Days Ago I Was Suppose To Start My Period, I Didn't. I Was Having Really Bad Period Cramps & My Back Was Hurting Bad. This Morning I Feel Fine. On Sept. 23rd I Miscarried. Could I Be Pregnant Again???View Thread
So About A Week Ago I Started Discharging Clear Stuff ALOT. Its Started Coming Out Like A Period It Was So Bad. A Day Before I Started Doing This I Went To My OBGYN && He Checked My Urine For Any Infections && He Said My Urine Was Normal. Now I'm Starting To Have Really Sharp Pains In My Pelvic Area Like I Had Before With My Miscarriage In September. && My Breast Are Sore. Any Ideas?View Thread
I Had A MC In September. I was 5 Weeks When I Started Bleeding. && The Same As You, I Barely Had Blood On My Pad, Just When I Wiped && it was bright red. I Ended Up Going To The Hospital On A Friday && They Took Blood From Me To Check My HL && It Was Fine && they did a ultrasound && My baby was low in my uterus which was bad. they told me to rest && come back sunday && they took blood from me again && after that i went to the bathroom && the sac was on my pad=/ && the blood work shown that it was a MC.View Thread
thank you for the information, and they was suppose to do test on the sac and call me the next week for the results but they never did=/ and yes it still hurts to think about it. me and my boyfriend/the father was talking about it last night and i wanted to cry. because the thought of how the baby would look and what it would be is just heartbreaking=/ and he told me we would have another chance but im scared i wont love the baby as much as my first. it makes me so depressed to even think about it. i would be 10 weeks and 3 days today...View Thread
I Am So Sorry For Your Loss. I Am Currently Going Through The Same Thing. I Had A M/C On Sept. 23rd. I Was 5 Weeks & 6 Days. And Had A D&C Last Monday. && It Hurts. I Don't Know Why We Have To Go Through This. But I Guess Its Just Gods Way Of Telling Us Something. Just Got To Figure Out What Hes Trying To Say. It Will Get Better. && Hopefully In The Future You Will Finally Get To Have A Baby, The Same For Me.(: (*Hugs)View Thread
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