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    Default Round ligament pains meaning less chance of miscarriage?

    Hiya
    Even though I get my 12 week scan done on Thursday 31 Jan 2013, I am still freaking out!
    I am still experiencing round ligament pains and am wondering, if i did have a missed miscarriage again, would these round ligament pains still be happening?

    Feeling a little scared of seeing the same thing as last time at the 12 week scan....

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    Hope all goes well, am sure it will! But that fear is so hard to shake hey!

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    Default Round ligament pains meaning less chance of miscarriage?

    Round ligaments are something that stays with you throughout the whole pregnancy...that's my understanding anyway!

    Hope the scan went well!

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    Default Re: Round ligament pains meaning less chance of miscarriage?

    I think they can hang around after mc, not what you want to hear I know, but it's the same with other symptoms that hang around after mc.

    Not long to go now though and you'll know for sure! Then you can start worrying about whether everything is ok until your 20 week scan

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    How did the scan go?

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    Default Re: Round ligament pains meaning less chance of miscarriage?

    Oh the scan went well! Couldn't be happier. .. I cried when there was a heart beat found and we were told our chances for down syndrome etc is really really low. We've now told everyone we're expecting :-)

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    Awesome news! Congrats!!

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