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950954 tn?1271210887

Expecting Our First Child & Scared.....

My DH and I recently found out that we are expecting our first child. However, we are quite scared after knowing that we are prone to have a miscarriage b/c I have PCOS. I've been experiencing pain (it feels like cramps) on and off in my right and sometimes left pelvic/lower abdomen area (maybe uterus area) for about a week now...Has anyone experienced this before? Is this normal?
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Congrats!! I am very happy for you... as for your pain i have never been pregnant but from what i hear you feel you uterus and ligaments stretching pretty early.  my friend said it felt like af cramps.  I hope that's all it is, have a happy nine months!
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950954 tn?1271210887
Thank you very much for your kind words....So far that's what a few have told me...and you have no idea how much a relief it gives us to know that this may just be what's going on at this moment. I will be going to my GYN on Monday for a check up....We are super excited about it...but still a bit scared...Please keep us in your prayers...I will continue to pray for you and everyone else wishing to someday get their BFP too....

Big Hug,

Marjorie
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