I am stilll very worried. I am almost 11 w and my first u/s showed a hr of 109, I think that sounds a little low. seen my Dr at 8 and half weeks and she said everything looked good, and all labs were fine, I have not had any spotting or cramping, but am still afraid because last Jan st I lost a baby at about 7 weeks along, I was spotting lightly for about for weeks but just thought i was going threw early menapause becacuse my husband and I had gone to fertielity treatmeant for 5 years and were told that I could not have a baby, so I was happy and sad because i lost a baby but happy to know that I could have one, Now all I think about is that i will lose this baby, I have and u/s on the 23rd to check for downs and am so afraid they well tell me that this is no heart beat, I just feel like it will end badly, anyone else ever felt this way and how did it turn out, by the way I am 39 and feel like this is my last chance, best wishes to all of you
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