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Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that I understand your fear, and most women who have experienced miscarriage as well as those who haven't have felt the same way. There isn't much that you can do except take good care of yourself and say your prayers. Good luck! Dr B
I have been reading pregnancy after a loss. Very good book do far! I also baught a fetal heart Doppler, my son was stillborn at 38weeks 5days so I understand your fears! It also helps to talk to ppl In support groups. There is a support group called "over the rainbow" for women who are pregnant after a loss on FB
I am going through the same thing. Had a miscarraige at 8.5 weeks and everytime i feel different i get worried and stress over it. Like when my morning sickness went away at like 9 weeks i was freaking out but i had a dr apt the next day and he assured me everything was fine. Its hard not to think about it and not want to tell everyone even tho u want to b excited
I had exploritory surgery 4yrs ago and the doc told me I couldnt have any more kids. Well now Im 35 and I just found out that Im pregnant. My last pregnancy was 16yrs ago. Will my pregnancy be high risk? Do I need to do anything special? Im really freakn out lol
My first 2 pregnancies were miscarriages. When I got pregnant for the third time, I was so nervous. @ 7weeks, my dr did an ultrasound and there was a sack and a strong heartbeat! It was the same nervousness with my second and currently my third! Take it easy, relax and everything will be just fine!
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