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Official forum for babies due March 2013

Hello ladies. Congrats on your pregnancies! Let's come together to support one another during our journey to motherhood.

I'm 37 and expecting our first baby March 17th. We've had one mc in May 2012 at about 5 weeks. It's been a long and difficult ttc journey for us (10 yrs).  I'm so glad we've made it this far. This was IVF #3 for us. Our first us is this Thursday at 6.5 weeks. We are praying for excellent news.

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1907180 tn?1329450777
I had my ultrasound today. Got to hear my baby's heartbeat for the first time. Baby was perfect. I measured exactly where I thought I was. 7 weeks 1 day.  I am so happy, I have been crying all day. With my other 2 miscarriages, I never got to see or hear a heartbeat.
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1286387 tn?1385065246
i am just over 7 weeks pg and terrified of m/c as i lost a baby at 12 weeks in march 2012 if i do not have bad symptoms all day i start to panic tried talking to midwife and doctor but no one is interested and they just say nothing can be done till i am 12 weeks and i can have a scan feel like i am not fully invested in this pregnancy and it kills me that i am distancing myself from my baby.
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2119134 tn?1350050210
yay! Happy for you, did you get to take some cute bean pics home?
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2119134 tn?1350050210
It makes sense that you don't want to get too excited but definitely, will not hurt to keep a positive mind. Might help to do some relaxation techniques and spoil yourself a little bit!
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I dont see wh they cant give you another ultrasound in a week to relax your nerves, thats what my dr is doing.  I have been getting 1 every week.  I would push or demand it if you can.
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Congrats!!!!  So happy for you!
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