hey how are things wit your new pregnancy? I am having horrible stomach cramps and headaches. I am so scared that I am miscarrying again... I go to doc on the 15th... how is your pregnancy going so soon after your miscarriage????
i am 6 wks and very scared! i am in the bathroom every second checking for blood or spotting so scared that I will lose this baby too since i got pregnant again so fast! how are you? I am having alot of cramping but not to many other symptons!
Chrissy, congratulations on your pregnancy! I read your post that you miscarried last month; that is so exciting you're pregnant again already! May I ask you whether you miscarried naturally or had a D&C? My doctor is pushing me toward d&c and said there's no increased risk, but it seems like people who get pregnant again after a m/c might be people who had a natural m/c versus d&c. Thanks and congratulations again.
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