Hey ladies, I had a misscariage in August last year and last month I found out I'm pregnant again.
I'm still quite scared espiecally since I have already bled, (At 6 weeks) but I was checked out and actually saw my little ones heart beat which was very speical as I didn't with my last pregnancy.. But I'm currently 9 weeks and 2 days last time I found out I had lost the baby at 9 weeks and 5 days so natuarally I've been pretty scared recently.
But I feel great about this pregnancy and am trying not to stress.
I had one also and now im pregnant again..im due in august almost 12 weeks pregnant and im still scared and nervous! Prayer gets me a long way and so far everything is good my 12 weeks check up is next Wednesday!
I also had one last august but now im 15+5 due august 4th. I bought an at home fetal doppler it helps with stress and worrying I have a dr appointment & 3d ultrasound in 2wks and another ultrasound in 4wks
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