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    Thanks so much girls, I feel better already just reading these responses! xoxoxoxoxoxoxo xoxoxox

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    Chillies, I'm feeling just the same way. It's so difficult. Putting off the scan scared of no heartbeat yet again! My kind GP said to me "Congratulations. Don't get over-excited. Don't worry either. Just keep calm." Keep reminding myself of that and it helps a little. So, that said... congratulations on your positive test. I'm so hopeful we both get our dream come true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loulouie View Post
    Chillies, I'm feeling just the same way. It's so difficult. Putting off the scan scared of no heartbeat yet again! My kind GP said to me "Congratulations. Don't get over-excited. Don't worry either. Just keep calm." Keep reminding myself of that and it helps a little. So, that said... congratulations on your positive test. I'm so hopeful we both get our dream come true.
    Perfectly said-I'm taking one day at a time. Not thinking about milestones (12 week scan etc) otherwise I will get frazzled.

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    I planned to be all relaxed then at 5 weeks I had persistent discomfort in my left side and started worrying about ectopic. I had a scan about 5.5 weeks to rule it out and my mindset just didn't really recover after that 😕

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    Littleduck- I like your advise about taking it one day at a time or one hurdle at a time....I'm going to try really hard to do the same thing Yay for just about reaching 22 weeks! Is this your first bubba? You must be enjoying lovely movements now or very soon??

    Bluebirdgirl- wishing all the very best for your scan on Friday! Hopefully you manage to squish aside some of that anxiety to be able to just enjoy seeing bub too I'm hearing you on the ectopic fears...I had three very sharp pains all in a row on my left side last Wednesday which freaked me out and took my breath away but....nothing since so I hope everything's ok?! Look forward to reading about your good scan news

    Thanks Loulouie I totally understand about being in no particular rush to get your scan. I'm usually hopelessly impatient at waiting for fertility appointments and things but even though I'm 7 weeks today and could've booked in for my scan...I asked to book it for Thursday when I'm not working as I want to delay any possibility if bad news as long as possible! That sort of behaviour is usually unheard of from me! Sending you the very best of sticky wishes xx

    Congratulations Chillies!!! Yep, I fell pregnant about 2 weeks after I miscarried....still can't believe it! Though...I asked my fertility specialist if I could try for a natural mc and only get a D&C if anything remained....it all came out neatly together on Christmas Eve/day after a few hours of moderate contractions so no D&C needed in the end. Wishing you the best of sticky luck for a take-home bub

    Waitsee- Goodluck for this Friday with your scan! Look forward to reading about your great results

    LittleTed- yay for 18 weeks!! I will be asking for further testing if this one ends badly....I did think about it for my last one but as I was only 7 weeks and it was my first, I decided against it. If I was further along I think I would've though. I know several friends and friends of friends (which I'm sure we all do) who have unfortunately had an early MC who went on to have perfectly normal pregnancies and kids so...I think some of them can just be part'n'parcel of TTC but I do think later ones or definitely multiple ones should be looked into further and taken more seriously by doctors....I actually thought it would've been common practice to? My sister had three m/c's in a row and was sent to see a specialist about it who put her on a drug and she now has a 2 year old beautiful little girl

    AFM- I had my comparison second hCG bloods booked for tomorrow but my dd is crook today so I'm off work playing "mummy-nurse". I need to go pick up a specimen jar for her so I think I'll go and get my bloods today to save me rushing around like a maniac before work tomorrow.....eeeek! So SUPER nervous as this is how I found out about my M/C...the bloods before my scan My boobs all of a sudden don't feel sore today (traitorous things!!!) but I did have a terrible nights sleep with what felt like really bad muscle pain in both of my thighs....like I ran a marathon yesterday or something? Not sure if that's a pregnancy symptom or not ??
    My fertility clinic usually call with the results in-between 2 & 4 so....I'll let you ladies know how I go....wish me luck! Ahhhhh!!!

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    I had almost exactly 6 months between bfp. I started having spotting on the Friday about 11dpo, thinking af was coming I was in a foul mood, my plan had been to take the test Sat morning before hubby's work Xmas party and I almost didn't test but I'm a poas addict. Then I spent the rest of the weekend convinced that the spotting meant it was a chemical pregnancy and so we didn't tell anyone until Tuesday. (Our parents have been told the day of bfp always). Then it was get to next blood test, and dr was good letting me have like three weeks worth of bloods. Then 8 weeks scan, and I couldn't think past that. Now I'm a few days out from 12 wk scan and feeling mixed feelings. If I think of it I start having pounding heart but in general I'm feeling ok, I can't change the outcome at this point. Currently anxiously waiting to hear from my little sis at her 9 week scan though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Cheese View Post
    I had almost exactly 6 months between bfp. I started having spotting on the Friday about 11dpo, thinking af was coming I was in a foul mood, my plan had been to take the test Sat morning before hubby's work Xmas party and I almost didn't test but I'm a poas addict. Then I spent the rest of the weekend convinced that the spotting meant it was a chemical pregnancy and so we didn't tell anyone until Tuesday. (Our parents have been told the day of bfp always). Then it was get to next blood test, and dr was good letting me have like three weeks worth of bloods. Then 8 weeks scan, and I couldn't think past that. Now I'm a few days out from 12 wk scan and feeling mixed feelings. If I think of it I start having pounding heart but in general I'm feeling ok, I can't change the outcome at this point. Currently anxiously waiting to hear from my little sis at her 9 week scan though.
    I think I feel the same as you at the moment. Hopeful but knowing everything has already been decided?

    Keep us posted in your sister? I remembered that was today.

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    Thanks Ladydee 😊 xo

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    There was no heartbeat for my sister, they could only see a sac. That's exactly what happened to me except i was already starting to spot at the scan and then after the scan i just bled naturally. She was supposed to be like 9 weeks. I'm devestated and don't know what to do or say. All going well for me I'm only a few weeks ahead of her is going to be so hard. Ahhhh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Cheese View Post
    There was no heartbeat for my sister, they could only see a sac. That's exactly what happened to me except i was already starting to spot at the scan and then after the scan i just bled naturally. She was supposed to be like 9 weeks. I'm devestated and don't know what to do or say. All going well for me I'm only a few weeks ahead of her is going to be so hard. Ahhhh.
    I'm so sorry to hear that

    I had almost exactly the same with my m/c. Then came weeks of bloods, follow up scans and finally a d&c as I was not bleeding at all.

    You have been through it- say what you would have wanted to hear. Personally I wouldn't even mention your pregnancy at the moment- only cause there is no need to, she knows you are. Let her grieve and be devastated- what I found hardest were all the comments like 'there might have been something wrong with the baby so it's probably for the best' and 'at least it was only early on' and things like that. I wanted acknowledgement that I'd lost not only my baby but all the hopes and dreams that I'd had. Once again I'm so sorry for your sister


 

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