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Extremely nervous

Not a real question. No one seems to understand what I'm going through. I will be 8 weeks pregnant tomorrow and I have my first sonogram tomorrow. I am extremely nervous because I had a molar pregnancy in 2014 and then miscarriage in 2015. People that I'm close to you keep telling me to think positive but it's hard to do so at this point.
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First off Im going 2say sorry u went thru that,but its only a few hours until your sonogram you need to get some rest n guess what if u are having a pregnancy u dont want to stress baby.I wish u the best good luck tomorrow
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Thank you.  I can't stop crying long enough to get in the shower and my appointment is at 9 o'clock
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I've had 10-15 miscarriages. Currently I am 15 wks and 4 days. I've been terrified the whole time so I understand where you are coming from. Sadly its something that is our of our control. Its something that happens when God thinks we are ready. Prayers for you!
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Im sure your anxiety is through the roof...& what youre going through is something only those who've also experienced it know. I'm sure everyone means well, I'm sorry it doesn't seem they're very supportive & empathetic. I'm sure your sono will go great...please be sure to post here when you find out. Try to calm down, I know easier said than done but stress isn't good for you or your baby.
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I wish the best for you. They say, wil miscarrages its usually caused from something that could have been wrong with the baby and it would have had a rough life. Think of it as a blessing that that child will not have a hard life. Think positive, maybethis is the one!! God will give us  a life when we are ready and he wouldnt give ys anything we cant handle. Just dont stress and go with it, be healthy and do the best you can because thats all we can control. I am type 1 diabetic with heart shaped uterious and ive made it 6 1/2 mo prwgo with no trips to ER or complications. I never thought I would have been able to get prego bc of these issues but Im here and so is my little Gavin!! Good luck and be happy!!
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God bless you and your pregnancy please update us thanks . God bless everyone and families and pregnancy
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I had a miscarriage in 2014.. I had my rainbow baby in 2015. Every single sonogram was terrifying. It never got better! I don't have any advice for you but to try to stay positive.. I know it's hard. I'm pregnant with my third baby now (if you count the miscarriage) and I go for my first sonogram in two weeks and I'm still terrified. I know this is no help, but sometimes just knowing you aren't alone is helpful.
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Thank you everyone for your support and words of encouragement. So I had my appt. and was told everything looks fine.  We saw the yolk sac, little bean and a heartbeat. I measured 7w2d which I believe to be correct. I have to go back in 2 weeks so that they could measure the heartbeat
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I would post the pic of the sonogram but can't figure out how to post pics
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I know exactly what your going through. I had a miscarriage in 2014 and had a molar in September 2015, and then got pregnant again two months later in November even though they say you can't get pregnant for at least six months after a molar. I was terrified that all the molar tissue hadn't gone away and it was going to infect this pregnancy and i was going to have another one. But I'm currently 20 weeks, and just found out the gender. The best advice I have is just stay as calm as possible because whatever happens can't be helped, but you can give the little one a chance by not stressing yourself out. I personally didn't start feeling better until I hit 12 weeks. I hope that helps and that everything went great at your appointment. Always remember that your not alone. Good luck.

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