Scared of 3rd miscarriage.. Breast tenderness fadding
Ok im am really nervous of having a 3rd miscarriage. I have miscarried twice in the past year and a half. The most recent was this past october. I am apporaching 6 weeks and this is when it usually happens. I noticed that my breast are not as sore as they were last week. This to has happened when I had the two miscarriages. I dont really have morning sickness but I know it should start around 6 weeks. I do have an appointment in two weeks but im scared that I wont make it that far. I do have a son that is 8 I dont know what is going on. Can someone give me any advise? Has any one ever been though anything like this? Is my breast not being as sore a sign of miscarriage?
I'm very sorry for your losses. Please keep in mind that every pregnancy is different so there's always still hope. Get plenty of water and rest. Contact your medical provider if your stress is too much maybe that way they can do HcG count to reassure you that all is fine until your normal appt.
Thank you for your response. I am trying to stay positive but it is kind of hard. U will take your advise and get my HcG levels checked. Although I am scared because I dont want to know I really just want a normal pregnacy. What are the odds me having this pregnacy result in miscarriage?
Do your Drs know why you keep miscarrying or are they waiting to test you if u miscarry a 3rd time like me?
I miscarried in July & Oct never making it past 7 weeks. I went into Dr Thursday thinking I'm at 8 weeks to find out I'm probably only 6 based on all we saw was my yolk sac & the beginnings of my fetal pole. I'm hoping this isn't a sign my baby isn't developing. I go back in in 2 weeks for another ultrasound.
Honestly your odds of a healthy pregnancy are the same or better after a miscarriage. My Dr said that after 3 miscarriages we can be referred to as having recurrent miscarriages & tests can/will be done to see why we keep miscarrying.
Try to relax & enjoy your pregnancy. I know easier said than done. I run to the bathroom @ every cramp, twinge or trickle to check for blood. I'm constantly poking my boobs to see if they're still as tender or big. Someday they are more sensitive than others. Good luck. Stay positive.
Im sorry for your losses. Well after my 2nd miscarriage he did do some blood tests saying that he would normally do that after the 3rd. All the blood test came back normal. He has not given me a reason on why he thinks im miscarrying just that it might be an chromosomal abnormality. I go for my first sonogram on tuesday. Like you I keep going to the bathroom and checking for blood. I am always poking at my boobs because to me that is the first sign that I am miscarrying. I know when I was pregnant with my son my breast were so sore that I could barely walk. Thats not the case this time. Thank you so much for your advise I really hope all is well with your pregnacy! Good Luck
I have had 2 m/cs. The only reason they could give was low progesterone. Try to keep in mind symptoms will come and go and every pregnancy is different. With this pregnancy I was convinced any time I was going to m/c because I had no symptoms then at around 7-8 weeks morning sickness came with a vengence. With my sons I had every symptom under the sun! Try not to worry and have your progesterone and hcg levels checked to make sure they are going up properly for reassurance. Good luck.
Thank you for your advise. I am also sorry for your losses. I have a question. Did you need to take any thing for your low Progesterone to maintain your pregnacy? I am really going crazy because this is all so new to me. I never thought that I would have a problem like this. Especially since I had my son with no problem.
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