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    Every time I got I triple check

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    Me too

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    Petrified! The worst part is that even if I knew everything was going to go perfectly through this pregnancy I'd still be scared because afterwards I'm going to be a mum!!!

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    I think I'll be better after the 7 week scan

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    I'm hoping too as well.

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    I'm terrified! It still doesn't feel real, I just want the 12 week scan to be here! 3 weeks to go!

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    I'm terrified and this is my second. Last time I had bleeding until 20 weeks so that scared me but then all was perfect.

    This time I've had a laparoscopy at 4 weeks, small bleed at 6 weeks and got my NT results and its 1:409. That is still low risk but last time I was in the thousands.

    No one tells you it's going to be scary and you will be terrified all the way through, it's just hope (and wonderful supportive husbands/partners) that gets you through it.

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    I only just found out today (and technically not even 100% yet) but i have had 2 m/c this year and am definitely scared as well.

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    I felt scared with my first right up until I delivered! Even while she was moving sometimes.
    And I'm 9 weeks with number 2 & I'm still scared. It's very normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrissieGal2013 View Post
    I'm terrified and this is my second. Last time I had bleeding until 20 weeks so that scared me but then all was perfect.

    This time I've had a laparoscopy at 4 weeks, small bleed at 6 weeks and got my NT results and its 1:409. That is still low risk but last time I was in the thousands.

    No one tells you it's going to be scary and you will be terrified all the way through, it's just hope (and wonderful supportive husbands/partners) that gets you through it.
    I had a laparoscopy on thursday at 11 weeks, most scary thing I've ever had to do!
    I'm so worried something will go wrong


 

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