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    Default Freaking out and trying not to

    Hi ladies,

    Will be having my early pregnancy scan late next week and I am so worried. Don't if I can take hearing the "can't see a heartbeat" result again.

    I'm so rapt that this time it has only taken 5 months to conceive....last time was a year.

    I haven't had many signs of the pregnancy. Only ones seem to be extreme fatigue and visiting loo many times. Had a little bit of nausea on the weekend but don't know whether it is my mind playing tricks on me!

    I'm just praying that we finally have our sticky baby this time.

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    Best of luck sbear *hugs* remember stress is not good for you or the baby so try and stay as relaxed and calm as possible.
    How far along will you be for your scan? I am having mine on Saturday at around 7+2

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    Good luck Sbear! Sending baby dust and hugs your way.

    FYI, I had no symptoms at all apart from increased tiredness and a little tender boobs... These symptoms all disappeared at week 10. I am now 15 wks. No symptoms can happen, I think around 20-25% of pregnant women do not get many symptom.

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    Thanks ladies, trying all i can not to stress and worry

    Unfortunately the only place open on a Saturday for the scan is the radiology that I went to for my first scan and the lady was awful! So I am booked in for Monday 22. I will be 7+2 then.

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    Let us know how tomorrow goes! I'm getting,my early dating scan on friday, and I'll be 6+6, I hope I'm not booked in too soon...

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy SII, please excuse any errors!

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    Hi Disbride, the scan showed a heartbeat which was great news. Still not out of danger but fingers crossed this is a positive sign that it is a sticky baby. Good luck for you too on Friday Let us know how you go

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    That's great news fingers crossed it is a sticky one for you!!

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