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Pregnant again after 2 miscarriages in 6months.

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ChloeTTC01 Fri 12-May-17 12:08:57

I decided to write my own thread because I've read through so many looking for hope.

I miscarried naturally in early June 2016. I bled for a week and it broke me but I still had hope for next time.

I miscarried again before Christmas last year and it was awful, I had to go to the A&e for suspected ectopic because I was In so much pain, I had to go in for quite a few checks and I bled for over a month, I was completely broken ๐Ÿ˜”

I found out I was pregnant on the 4th of this month, I just had a strong feeling I was. I had sore boobs the past few weeks but now nothing, I'm so scared things have gone wrong again and I don't know how I will cope, I just want to be a mummy ๐Ÿ˜” I was just wondering if anyone had the same and symptoms disappearing but still made it ๐Ÿ’•

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MonkeyPoozzled76 Fri 12-May-17 12:20:24

Hi Chloe, congratulations on your pregnancy. Pregnancy after miscarrige is one of the most stressful things so I completely get your anxiety. I'm in the same boat myself, one lateish mmc and I'm now pregnant again, just getting to the same point as my last loss so utterly freaking out.

Please try not to focus too much on symptoms (easier said than done I know). I had two huge scares, first one at 6 weeks, just like you absolutely convinced it had ended as all symptoms had vanished. A scan revealed a little blob with heart beat. Next scare after a bleed on Tuesday, again scan all good. I don't trust my body or my instincts any more and try to tell myself that.

Can you speak to your GP about an early scan to help you get through this? Failing that there are lots of private places. In my experience the reassurance only lasts for a short while but it does help break down the everlasting wait till 12 weeks into more manageable chunks.

There is also a lovely thread on here fI'll of ladies in the same potion as us, come and join, the support is brilliant.

Hope the link works. Xx

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