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    this part is bloody hard!! i just want to sleep the next 6 weeks away. When you've already lost one (or 3 in my case), it just makes you extra nervous.

    I'm sure everything is totally fine

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    Default Re: Cramping and lower back pain, 5wks 5 days

    I agree. Oh you poor thing, that must have been aweful for you. Three miscarriages! This is our time now, we are going to be ok!


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    i had some very slight twingy cramps last night, and saw a heartbeat today, so i think its all normal. As long as you dont get heavy bleeding, i'm sure you are fine

    Hope you're feeling better today.

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    Clementine, thats great that you have had your scan, and you have seen the heartbeat, that is one hurdle over now. How far are you?

    Well, I had my repeat bloods done yesterday, all is good. hcg is 20 000, progesterone is apparent really really high, which is probably causing the lower back aching. So I can relax a bit now. Except of course for the virus I now have, with the sorest throat I think that I have ever had. It is horrendous. Not only am I waking numerous times during the night to go to the loo, but I am also waking to take panadol, and my temp, to make sure it doesn't get too high (not good at this early stage of pregnancy), and simply because when I swallow, it hurts so much it wakes me up.

    Damn, always something
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    Great news Bwana. Like I said I have had awful cramping and back ache and on Friday I had pink mucus aswell, I had my 10 week scan yesterday and saw two beautiful babies wriggling around in there, growing perfectly! Such a relief. My obstetrician said that at 10 weeks after having the 3 good scans my miscarriage risk is now down to about 1%! I am now starting to get a bit excited

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaime View Post
    Great news Bwana. Like I said I have had awful cramping and back ache and on Friday I had pink mucus aswell, I had my 10 week scan yesterday and saw two beautiful babies wriggling around in there, growing perfectly! Such a relief. My obstetrician said that at 10 weeks after having the 3 good scans my miscarriage risk is now down to about 1%! I am now starting to get a bit excited
    Wow Jetaime: that is awesome!!!! You deserve to be a bit excited by now. I can imagine what a huge relief that must be. And two babies, double wow!!! How exciting for you!!!


 

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