1714215 tn?1334717469
Always worried
I will be 30w tomorrow and as I get farther along I am always worried that something is wrong witv her. I get worried when I dont feel her move. Or when my belly gets hit a little bit. Or when I feel sick. I am so scared of losing my baby girl. This is my first pregnancy and it has not been easy. Is all this.worring im doing normal. Or am I just overeacting.
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1661682 tn?1313138996
I'm the same I'll be 32w Wednesday and I find it hard to relax but she will be fine I was never like it on my 1st but every little thing scares me in this pregnancy after having a miscarriage 10 months ago
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1714215 tn?1334717469
I also.think its because my friends baby just passed away at 28.w from cord complications.
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251790 tn?1317316467
Worrying won't help anything.  I know it's easier said than done but just take it easy.  Good luck...you're getting close!
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1714215 tn?1334717469
I try not to worry. But it still happens. I am just trying to keep myself busy
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