Hello ladies! I was on here with pregnancy 2 and 3 and loved these boards! I just found out a week ago we are now expecting our 4th (and final, haha) baby. We have a 6yr old daughter, 4 yr old son and almost 2 yr old son. I am a fulltime working mom and in the middle of grad school. Hopefully this will be an EASY pregnancy
Lurking from 3rd Tri - Have you been to the doctor yet? Or called to make an appt? Usually they will have you go in to have blood work done, etc. I would start there and unfortunately, most of the time pregnancy is a waiting game... Good luck and congrats!!!! View Thread
Well, I don't want to get your hopes up a ton and then the tech be wrong, but I did find out with my 2 yr old DS at 11 weeks So, it's very possible! They said they were "pretty sure" and then confirmed at 20 weeks View Thread
Well, I miscarried on 5/25 and now I'm 8 weeks preggo and didn't even have my period after the miscarriage. It was the BEST surprise ever. It CAN happen I had an ultrasound last week and saw the heartbeat Don't stress too much (unavoidable I know), but know that we are here for you and if you need anyone to message or have any questions, I'm here Sending you prayers and hugs.... View Thread
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