Woo hoo! Congrats to you! I suffered a miscarriage in November and am pregnant now. I'm with you, very anxious and nervous but so happy and excited!
I'll be around seven weeks when they do my ultrasound on the 14th, and I'm keeping all my fingers and toes crossed for good news as well. I hope that your ultrasound will show the sac and other signs of things moving along as they should. GOOD LUCK! View Thread
Congratulations!! I hope all goes well for you. I suffered a miscarriage in November and it was devestating...the baby was going to be my husbands first (he's 39). We're expecting again now and so far, so good, but I absolutely can understand the fear. Every little twinge I have worries me.
I will just say that of course trying to stay stress-free, getting good rest, staying hydrated and eating well along with taking your prenatal vitamins should help you stay healthy. Best of luck!! Keep us updated. View Thread
Hi all! I am just over 5 weeks pregnant, and my husband and I are very excited.
This will be my husband's first child, and my third...we had a miscarriage in November so we are feeling very blessed but also anxiously waiting to get further along and know that everything's ok.
My HCG levels have been tested twice and they tripled in 48 hours, so all looks well there.
My question is if any of you Mama's who've had more than one child had radically different pregnancy symptoms. With my first two children, I was very very sick. (To the point of vomiting 10 times a day plus with my second born for the entire pregnancy). So far, I am slightly nauseous but nothing like I felt with my other babies. I know that can be a major blessing! But because of the miscarriage I had, it also makes me nervous. Any input on if that's "normal"?View Thread
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