I have the same problem. I feel like I stress too much and i dont want to see the scans or hear the heart beat for in fear of it not being there like last time. I need to find a way to cope with everything. I've tried meditation but my mind wanders too much for that.
Anxiety during the first pregnancy and worry about miscarriage is normal and it's compounded and more so if you've had a previous miscarriage. Many women have miscarriages and go on to have a normal, health pregnancy after. So, try to stay active and busy so time passes sooner. good luck
I know how you feel, i had a healthy baby boy in 2015, 2nd pregnancy ended in a missed miscarriage at our 13 week scan in March this year. (We had previously heard babys heartbeat at 8 weeks) and it was absolutely heartbreaking.
I am now pregnant for the 3rd time and have been so nervous since finding out. I am 16 weeks and it was so good to hear baby still had a heartbeat at our 13 week scan.
I still have so many moments of worry and anxiety.
Good Luck with your scan on Friday xx
Im totally with you on this subject I'm very nervous, had a miscarriage in march of this year and am 9+4 weeks with twins we seen both heartbeats both growing perfectly at 8+5 but still find myself worrying terribly about our next scan at 12+5. I miscarried at 10 weeks with last baby so I'm just trying to calm my nerves with everything. Good luck in your pregnancy! Congratulations.
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