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Pregnant after a miscarriage, as the bumps get bigger we get braver, 1st,2nd or 3rd trimester and even graduates cuddling there babies!!, reasurance and hand holding aplenty!

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New thread before the other fills and locks!

PurplePoppySeed Wed 12-Jun-13 18:30:21

Sounds like we had similar gaps as you'll be close to the EDD by then, good luck and keep us posted on here smile

vix206 Wed 12-Jun-13 18:45:34

I fell pregnant after my first normal period after natural MC if that makes sense!!

Mrsd77 Wed 12-Jun-13 21:18:47

Hi. I've been lurking for ages just not had much to say. I'm 33 weeks tomorrow! Eek! Not long now!

Thinking of making next week my last at work. Too exhausted to do anything properly!

MrsShrubs Thu 13-Jun-13 18:19:11

Hi everyone, can I join? We had a MC at the beginning of March (our first pregnancy) and fell pregnant straight away afterwards. Now practically at 14 weeks with EDD 14 December so fingers crossed this Christmas will be an extra special one!

PurplePoppySeed Thu 13-Jun-13 22:41:35

vix same as me smile

MrsD I was looking back through the thread and thought you might be getting closer smile exciting times!

Welcome MrsShrubs lots of hand holding on here, and some lovely stories if you read through-they certainly helped me get through the first 12-14 weeks smile

Mrsd77 Thu 01-Aug-13 09:12:33

Hi all. This thread seems to be no longer current, but felt it was important to complete my story as this thread was a massive source of support in the early days.

Libby was born 8 days ago by elcs, weighing 9lb 8oz! All is going really very well indeed. I still can't believe she's here and is safe and happy and content.

If anyone is out there and wobbling, this pregnancy business can be done! Phew!

lola1980 Thu 01-Aug-13 17:25:46

Mrsd that's fab news, congratulations! I suffered two m/c before this pregnancy, and I've done nowt but worry at every little thing... My OH has been extremely supportive even though I've been a bloody nightmare. I'm now 39+1 and in slow labour... Still can't relax until she's born though but we've almost made it! grin

Mrsd77 Fri 02-Aug-13 10:42:15

Good luck Lola. I understand the horrible worrying. Having L safely here has been such a relief. Hope your slow labour is nice and quick at the end! After all the worry you deserve a sneeze birth!!

Just thought i would drop back in i'm 32 weeks on Sunday now not long to go!

Fleuriepants Sat 03-Aug-13 22:51:55

Hi... I'm a newbie!
I'm 34, already have 2 daughters aged 17 and 15. I had a MMC a couple of years ago, went along for my 12 week scan, where she told me the baby had died at about 10 weeks. I never bled or had any signs, had to go to hospital to have the baby taken away.
Now I'm 5 weeks pregnant and absolutely terrified! Every little pain or ache scares me, every time I have a wee, I expect to see bleeding. Don't know how I'm going to bring myself to go to the 12 week scan. On top of all that I've got an UTI which I'm taking antibiotics for. I'm so scared, don't know how I'm going to get through this. Help!!

Mrsd77 Sat 03-Aug-13 23:19:31

Hi Fleurie. Congratulations! You're in good company on this thread. Lots of positive stories where many ladies have felt like you and gone on to have wonderful outcomes. Good luck to you!

lola1980 Mon 05-Aug-13 13:28:28

Hi Fleurie, I can totally empathise with you. I had two miscarriages in a row so this pregnancy I've done nothing but worry. I was sent for early scans for reassurance, if you go to your doctor and explain your worries they can refer you to the Early Pregnancy Unit. I saw my baby at 6wks and 8wks. I'm now 40wks and still can't believe I've made it this far, although I still can't relax until she's out. I hope things work out for you this time, it is possible! smile

Fleuriepants Mon 05-Aug-13 16:53:05

Thank you Lola,
I can't go on being this scared, im getting so stressed over silly things! sad

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