I am pregnant with my 2nd baby! DD is 4 years old, so its been awhile since I have been on here. I unfortunately had eclampsia with DD. Had seizures at 36 weeks and had an emergency c-section. I have no memory of having my daughter. Just woke up in the hospital and thought I had lost my baby. But she was perfectly healthy! I am so beyond scared for this pregnancy. I had no plans to have another one. But were very excited and praying for the best. I am having horrible morning sickness even worse then last time. I go in on the 5th for an early ultrasound to confirm how far along I am. Right now it looks like February 6th.View Thread
Right now I am 8 days late. I am 100% regular never been late except once with DD, who is 3. 4 days late I went and had a urine test done at a care center it was negative. She said if no period come back 3-4 days. So I still have no period going back tomorrow for another test. But my question is has this happened to anyone and still gotten a positive test later on. I am having some symptoms, hungry more, peeing more, boobs are bigger and sore. Just a little anxious and worried to get another negative tomorrow...View Thread
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