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May be pregnant again.. and I’m scared..
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paigeleeforever182 · 04/03/2018 01:06

I have been so up and down lately, between nervousness and positive and negative feelings. I have had 2 miscarrige’s, one last year, and one very recently In Feb. It’s been over a month since I bled, and passed the mc. I figured my period would’ve arrived by now. I’ve been feeling super exhausted, sick, and downright moody. And I feel like there may be a chance I’m pregnant again. Haven’t took any tests yet, I’m almost scared to know, If I am and lose again I think I might rather not know. Things have been so hard lately. My fiancé and I want our first child so badly. But at this point I’m terrified to be pregnant again. It’s sad that I can’t even feel excited about my pregnancy, just nervous and scared. I never made it past 8 weeks pregnant. Not sure how to feel. In a way I do want to be pregnant, but I’m also scared.. Anyone out there that can relate? I feel so alone in all this.

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INeedNewShoes · 04/03/2018 01:15

Sorry that you're going through this.

I understand completely. After more than one miscarriage I couldn't feel excited about being pregnant until after my 12 week scan.

Stats say that it is perfectly possible for you to have a healthy pregnancy even after two miscarriages so try not to give up hope.

I took bittersweet courage in the knowledge that if I had a third miscarriage then I would be eligible for testing to find out the reason, and treatment.

After early losses in 2016 I finally had a pregnancy that stuck and my DD was born in May 2017.

Hang in there! Flowers

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chronicwarriorsmith · 06/03/2018 10:46

I had 2 miscarriages then was pregnant with my daughter I was so anxious the whole pregnancy but had great support from midwife and consultant so had scans every 4 weeks for reassurance

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