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No question just a statement that i cannot tell anyone....im pregnant just about 5 weeks..... 2 years ago I miscarried and im scared it may happen again...I don't want to discuss it with my man but I know he's scared too....I guess im just looking for mental support
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I know exactly how you feel. It is very scary and completely out of anyones control. Thats what makes it so hard. I got an early scan at 6 weeks, then with my ob at 9 weeks, another at 11 then the 13 weeks scan. Everytime i saw or heard that heartbeat i cried. Talk to people about it, share the load. It wont change the outcome but might make you feel better.
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Call your doctor ask for progesterone suppositories  it will help to thick the linning of your uterus. I used that early in my pregnancy to avoid a miscarriage. Wish you the best. :-)
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I got a question is it normal to feel pelvic pain on daily basis
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Honestly I don't know I'm experiencing the same thing and I'm kind of scared only because I've already had 2 miscarriages it's best to just go to the doctor to find out
I agree that it's best to get it checked out. I haven't had a miscarriage either, however with my first pregnancy I was worried about every twinge and pain and called my dr. Every time I called they said that's what they are there for and it's always better and safer for you both, even if it just eases your mind. I had some cramping with my daughter (#1) and it ended up being normal stretching/body preparations. Even just a call to your dr they can usually fit you in same day or just reassure you over the phone. Or calling a nurse line; Your meant to enjoy the pregnancy :) let the dr know your concerns and they'll be sure to reassure you. (If they don't maybe find a different one) :D blessings hun
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I've never had a miscarriage so I don't know how you feel but I think you also need to try to keep a positive mental attitude about your pregnancy. Keep telling yourself that you'll carry the baby to term. Say it out loud everyday till you start to believe it. Also share your concerns with your doctor and ask for all the medical help available. Don't let this fear take away the possibility of happiness. I hope this helps you somehow but that's what I do when I'm scared - positive thinking.
All the best.
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Yes please talk with your mate about the loss you've had and about this new life you are growing inside you now!I have had 3miscarriages and a chemical this past July. It hurts like HELL!!!!!!! its a fear that I dont think any woman could ever shake. I understand your fear but please take great joy in this new life and let your family be happy with and for you. What ever God plan is His plan. So enjoy the moment while you have it. We waited until we were 3 months before sharing with our families.(your personal choich) But when we are blessed again I'm gonna call everyone so they can be happy with us and also be a sholder to lean on should things go left. Stay positive please, HUGS
I miscarried at 7+5 wks 2013
18+3 weeks 2014 baby girl
16+2 weeks 2015 baby boy
July 2016 chemical (didnt implant)
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I really want to say may you get what u wish for soon and I really appreciate ur strength. Good luck next time
I had a miscarriage too last year and had to get a chemical in 2014 and I agree with you it's so painful. Miscarrying is already difficult and painful but chemicals are worse. I hope you don't have to go through that again. I wish you the best.
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I had a miscarriage in January. I am 8w2d today. I wonder everyday whether or not I will carry to term. I have coworkers that I talk to about things ad my hubby doesn't really understand about things like that. I did have early scan last week and the baby does have a heartbeat so that is sort of a relief. I have also had cramping almost every day and from what I have been told it is perfectly normal to have cramping as things are stretching and growing. Good luck with your pregnancy.

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