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MMC paranoia.

(5 Posts)
charlottexox Wed 07-Feb-18 15:03:07

5 weeks with baby #2 and my symptoms for the past 2 days have vanished, by symptoms I mean sore boobs and increased hunger. So scared of MMC, as I know this can happen before you have a MMC.sad

mindutopia Wed 07-Feb-18 15:06:40

I would really try not to stress. I've had a mmc and my symptoms didn't suddenly just stop. Baby stopped developing at 5 weeks and I found out via private scan at 8 weeks. But I continued to have nausea to 11 weeks when I finally had a d&c. With both my healthy pregnancies, my symptoms ebbed and flowed between about 6 to 9 weeks. With this pregnancy, I didn't even really get particularly bad nausea until I was 13 weeks. I've never had increased appetite and my boobs didn't get sore at all until much later (but I am now 39 weeks and very pregnant!). So do your best to stay positive and relax (and likely enjoy a few days respite before you feel awful again). Congrats on your pregnancy.

CJ1990 Wed 07-Feb-18 16:58:42

I’m exactly the same as you, and I even got to see a heart beat at 7 weeks (currently just over 9). I have zero symptoms and spotting pink as of yesterday. Rang midwife and EPU and neither seemed fussed, so must be ok! But I’m convinced that it’s all over sad Think it’s impossible to relax but we can only take each day as it is x

fidgetsmumx Thu 08-Feb-18 12:04:27

I’ve had a MMC and Blighted Ovum and didn’t lose symptoms either time, so please don’t worry.

Fia256 Thu 08-Feb-18 17:16:45

Echoing what others have said, I had a mmc and I was throwing up all day every day until the end. I was actually the most sick out of all my pregnancies. Try not to worry although I know it's easier said than done. If it helps, I'm now 9+4 weeks and my symptoms have come and gone constantly. One day I'll have them all, the next they'll be gone then re appear a few days or week later x

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