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    Default Update!!

    Hi all,

    Went to doctors who wasnt to concerned about the brownish spotting as i already had the u/s booked in. Just got back from the U/S and all is looking good!
    Now able to see baby and even got a heartbeat!!! Due date according to u/s is 22 Oct!

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    Awww thats awesome, congrats!

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    That's fantastic news! So happy for you

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    That's great news!!!

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    Default Yet another scare!!!

    Soooo after getting the good news from the u/s, the next night im out shopping and feel this pop and a gush of blood!!! Devastated!!!! Spent most of the night at emergency and then this morning at PEP(early pregnancy). Totally expected the worse only to find out bubba is still there, heart still beating and bubba has even grown. So crazy!!!! They found a tiny bleed on the pregnancy sac but nothing else to worry about. Cannot believe how stressful pregnancy is!! so exhausting

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    OMG, that must've been terrifying! It's great that bub is still going strong, though. Just rest up, it's going to be fine.


 

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