Anyone else feeling a little lonely and depressed? I'm almost 33 weeks and I am feeling way sad and lonely. I don't know if its mostly because of my high risk pregnancy or if its something else. About 10-12 weeks ago my unborn daughter was diagnosed with Trisomy 18. I went to the hospital once already with contractions, that was two weeks ago. Now I'm just watching my every symptom to make sure I don't go into premature labor.
It could have a lot to do with your babys diagnosis & just pregnancy hormones. I've been so happy during my pregnancy until my 5th month anatomy scan when they said one if my twins might have down syndrome because they found a few "soft markers". They offered an amnio & I declined it. At first I was so depressed & scared but now I just feel like even if my baby is sick, I'm going to love her & she's going to love me :) don't be sad & have faith
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