Just found out I'm pregnant and having weird feelings(6 Posts)
I was wondering if anyone had a similar feeling. Basically, I found out I'm pregnant 4 days ago and am over the moon but over last 2 days have more feelings of anxiety / spaced out / overwhelmed and scared to point were my heart is racing. It's only been 4 days since found out but feels weeks the thoughts racing through my head. After convincing myself for last 11 years that I would find it hard to get pregnant (had an abortion aged 20, and have very heavy periods, had abnormal smears and letz treatment, I really convinced myself I would end up needing help getting pregnant and something would be wrong). I never told DH about this emotion but he knows my medical history, and now we got pregnant first time trying, I convinced myself last night I was having miscarriage as I've had 7 days dark spotting that is getting less and less. I'm just not used to feeling like this. I don't really get mood swings from periods (although did when I was younger). I wanted to know if anyone had felt this way, I think I'm in shock as I don't feel myself at all. But I have to say just writing this post I'm feeling a little better. I don't live near any friends or family and DH doesn't want me to tell anyone till we're further along but I feel like I'm going mad. I do have close friends but we're all spread out over country advice and similar experiences would make me feel a million times better
Totally the same and from posts on here I think it seems to be a natural stage. Id been referred to fertility centre as an early intervention (wasnt exactly planning kids but other health problems, they wanted to investigate) and suddenly there I was pregnant, after years of being told and thinking we would be in for the long haul.
Long story short I was panicked, what had I done, I didnt want my life to change, how will I cope, will I resent them, my life and future is ruined.. the list goes on!! This lasted until second trimester and I wouldnt say ive fully come to terms with it but im happier and more excited. I have bad days but I think such a massive life change your going to have doubts etc. You will get there I promise. Be honest with those around you, I have been and youd be suprised at how many people simple hate the pregnancy bit!! Hugs xx
Thanks for your reply, I think I'm just gonna tell close friends even if husband doesn't want me to. I need to get this all off my chest.
100% the same from me. Was desperate for a baby, and expected it to be a really long journey to get there. When I became pregnant after the first try I couldn't stop crying, completely panicking and all I could think about was getting it out of me.
Just had my 12 week scan and feeling much much more calm. I came on here for advice and everyone said they had experienced the same anxious feelings but having a child was so wonderful.
Hope everything is well with you now anyway. PM me if you want.
Feeling very similar, convinced it'd take months, possibly years due to very short cycles. Bam one time in the sack and I'm pregnant.
I've just got a new job, in the middle of redecorating. I feel like I'm ruining my career.
Although I am feeling better and better day by day. Excited even? I don't know!
Thanks everyone! I don't think when you read about people getting pregnant they tell you how much anxiety you will get! Everyone I guess just expects you to be happy and 'glowing' or something! Glad to hear I'm not only one feeling like this, SIB09, thanks again for reply, I was in a bit of tis last night again! allthecheese I'm glad to hear it settles down! fefifoefum I feel exactly the same, recently started new job too, thinking it would be years before pregnancy. It feels like a waste and am wondering if would have been better sticking out at last place, you literally can never plan these things perfectly! I'm feeling loads better today. I think being in work helps as distraction, not googling all weekend! (Although I'm writing this now!, back to work!) thanks guys, you've all made me feel much better xx
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