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Worrying myself sick!!

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2017Babyontheway Sun 05-Mar-17 11:13:58


I'm 9+4 and am a nervous wreck!! I can't stop thinking about the fact I could have had a silent miscarriage or that this could be a molar pregnancy. My scan isn't for another 3 weeks and that seems forever away!

I have had no morning sickness or nausea. Just mild cramping, back ache, tender boobs and feeling so exhausted! Although the tender books have seem to subsided last couple of days.

I am so so anxious I feel my anxieties are going to cause something bad to happen.

Has anyone got any tips to stay calm? Or how I can get an early scan to put my mind at rest? We have told a few people we are expecting and I couldn't fave telling them we have lost it if we go to our scan and there's no heartbeat.

sweetandsaltypopcorn Sun 05-Mar-17 11:17:57

I've only just found out and am only 4 weeks but the worry already set in.

I am considering paying for an early reassurance scan which is done privately. There is a place local to me (where I had a gender scan with ds1) and an early reassurance scan is £45. Might be worth seeing if there is somewhere local to you?

MissJC Sun 05-Mar-17 11:33:07

Book a private early scan OP, I had one at 8 weeks and it was such peace of mind. It cost £90 but was worth every penny. Once the checks had been done to make sure everything is ok, we got a good half hour of scan time plus about ten piccies. I actually went back 5 times throughout my pregnancy for gender scans, 4D scans etc and now have a lovely album dedicated to being pregnant.

I also didn't suffer any usual pregnancy symptoms, if I didn't know I was pregnant I wouldn't have known I was ifswim.
Congrats btw! Xx

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