Hi, this is my first post ever anywhere. I just need to vent my story. I have an 18 month old son and my pregnancy with him was ok except that I went into preterm labor and didn't even know it. I was on bedrest for a month and then delivered him safely. Then, I miscarried in August at 2 months. My husband and I were shocked and devasted when we saw the empty sac on the monitor. After 3 months we tried again and I am currently pregnant (13 wks.) and been spotting since I found out. At first, he said that I was in danger of miscarring. Then he couldn't see any signs of bleeding in my uterus. Recently, I've been bleeding even more and was just told by my dr. that again it seems that my body might want to miscarry. I am just so sad and scared of what might happen. I am scheduled for another sono this coming Monday. The baby does have a heartbeat so I am still very hopeful that this will stop. Thanks for listening/reading.View Thread
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