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I would like a slap please...

(6 Posts)
socktastic Sun 25-Oct-15 20:13:55

Seriously! Spent my whole day worrying!

I'm 32, second pregnancy - first one ended in mmc at 12 week scan and only 5 weeks down the line at the moment. Had the tiniest bit of tiny spotting this morning (2 miniscule streaks, no longer than a flipping maggot!) and still getting the early pregnancy stomach cramps.

Of course I have spent the whole day putting 2 and 2 together and getting 10. I'm so worried that what happened last time may repeat itself.

I also feel awful as my low mood is really making DH worried too.

Any slaps, words along the lines of 'get a grip woman' or offers of chocolate will be gratefully accepted. Especially the chocolate bit.

Sighing Sun 25-Oct-15 20:29:32

Chocolate. Lots of chocolate. It could be from implantation. Breathe in and out. flowers try to take each day. Another 2 weeks maybe ask for a referral for an early scan?

waitingforcalpoltowork Sun 25-Oct-15 20:37:18

i had this with all three really but number two was a doozy for bleeding during pregnancy they all arrived safe and well and two of them are asleep upstairs one is internetting behind the sofa as we speak no slap needed i worried mercilessly and they are all fine flowers

Bumpingalong84 Sun 25-Oct-15 20:49:04

I can't even imagine how you must be feeling as never had a mc, however I spotted a fair bit between weeks 5-10!! I am now 36weeks pregnant! So calm down, have some tea and cake and relax. Fingers crossed for a happy healthy pregnancy for you flowerssmile

socktastic Mon 26-Oct-15 16:04:35

Thanks you lovely people. Back to work today so mind was occupied. Maybe I just need distractions.

Will calm TF down!

blueobsessive Tue 27-Oct-15 10:45:46

Worrying is totally understandable. Suggest distraction therapy and mild exercise. Good idea to post for support. Much better than worrying about the worrying. Good luck. Keeping everything crossed

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