Each pregancy is different, the other 2 times could have been a case of bad luck and it doesn't mean you will lose this one.
I know 2 friends who had 2 miscarriages and they were both young & healthy, it just happens and it *****! I know it's an awful to experience, because I had a missed miscarriage this year, and I have no children.
I know it's hard, but try and remain hopeful & as postive as u can :-)
Your only considered to be high risk after 3 miscarriages, but even then some woman have experince 3 and 4 losses and still gone on to have children without any medical help at all, sometimes it just works out that way, but that only happens to a small percentage of women, most go on to have perfectly healthy children after having 1-2 miscarriages.
Enjoy ur pregancy and Congrats! Rest, Relax and enjoy it.
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