So i am getting excited and nervous! I have my second ultrasound this thursday and i cant wait for it to get here. i will be eight weeks tomorrow and i just feel sooo normal. not really any symptoms. slight neasous after taking prenatal and occasional breast tenderness, and fatigue. saw the heartbeat at six weeks and so nervous it wont be there this time. i had a miscarriage at seven and a half weeks in april which is why they are giving me so many ultrasounds.
I did the same thing with getting worried there wouldnt be a heartbeat because I was the same way with no symptoms and no morning sickness or even breast tenderness. I mean NOTHING!!! But after a few visits to the dr for appts that fear went away. Now I know my little girl is doing great. I am 36+5 and cant wait to meet her soon!!
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