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calling all mums with children with adhd or other behaviour problems who have been pregnant with second or more dc,or anyone with any advice :(

(4 Posts)
Hai1988 Tue 06-Nov-12 16:01:25

Hi all

Basicly just wanna no how you stayed calm?!

Have ds 7.2 who has suspected adhd (yet to be diagnoised) and he is a very big handle full!
I am now 4+2 weeks pg and so very early days and these days are the most scary as anything could happen and am so nervous something will as had a very early mc last month.

Trying to not stress to much and keep calm as dont want to harm the baby but it is so hard and ds just doesnt listen to me and is constantly having to be told not to do things and so on.

How did you stay calm and stressless ??

Please help have just had to send him out with an older friend to the park next door and he has only just come home from school as when i was telling him of i had a slight pain in belly [scared

spandau1980 Tue 06-Nov-12 18:21:09

Oh my sympathy goes out to you.. i have twins aged 11 with severe behaviour problems.. staying calm oh pls if i knew how sad
Iv also got Spd now so stuck struggling also have an eight yr old too.. all boys..
I usually rant down phone to my mum or sit in my car if the screaming is getting unbearable ... after this half term its been he'll.. im also on antidepressants due to stress..
Not much help but hope it makes u feel less alone x

spandau1980 Tue 06-Nov-12 18:23:44

Ps im 26 +4 now i had same worries and real bad stomach cramps when stressed but she's still in! Midwife said babies are resiliant .. but im still worried about stress levels but can't change things other than move out lol

Hai1988 Tue 06-Nov-12 18:29:18

thank you for replying to my post spandau was starting to feel it was just me sad

Thanks for the reassurance, feel much better now , but had to get dh to speak to ds on the phone earlyer as was about to lose it big time, he is behaving now hope it lasts

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