I'm roughly 6 weeks. I go for my first scan next Thursday. All I do is worry. What if there is nothing there? What if something's wrong? What if's drive me insane. You read so many terrible stories that make you think the worse. Is it a normal to be so worried?
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27-07-2012 12:19 #1
Does anyone else worry?
27-07-2012 12:24 #2
Hi firstly congratulations!
I'm exactly the same constantly worrying and this is bub #2! my scans not for two weeks but for some reason I can't help but worry!
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27-07-2012 12:33 #3
Congratulations to you too. Are you six weeks too?
27-07-2012 12:36 #4Senior Member
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My oldest child is almost 20 and I still worry
27-07-2012 12:37 #5
I am soooooooo worried about this pregnancy, I've had 2 m/c so I know what can happen. I try telling myself that worrying won't change anything but I guess I can't help it.
I'm 4w1d today, I go to my first antenatal clinic appointment on thursday so I'll probably ask for a referral for a dating scan then.
27-07-2012 12:41 #6
I did, I had a m/c two years before I conceived this time. I am now 35ish weeks. Still worrying. I have two beautiful babies (well they are nearly four and six now!) and no complications with either but I still worry! it's normal but it doesn't mean it is rational!
27-07-2012 12:52 #7
Yep, I worried my entire pregnancy. The first thing I said when DS was born was 'Is he ok? Is he ok?'. I think it's very normal.
Now the worries are different, but still there.
27-07-2012 13:01 #8
I can't wait for my first scan and see the heartbeat. This is my first pregnancy and no previous complications in the past. I just can't stop thinking.
27-07-2012 13:15 #9
It's normal to worry - if you've never been pregnant before its alot to take in!
We had trouble conceiving and lost our first pregnancy. When I fell pregnant again 3 months later I was terrified. I had a dating scan at 7wks and I was shaking so badly they had to calm me down before they could do it. It was very scary, and I did worry a little all through the pregnancy. It helps when you can feel bub moving, I found it so reassuring and really started enjoying pregnancy at that point.
27-07-2012 13:47 #10
I worry constantly. I am 16 weeks and have worried since we found out we had finally gotten our BFP. Worry that the scans will come back ok, worrry that something has happened to the little one and I don't know, worry that I get right to the end and deliver a stillborn.
Nothing but worry.
But at least on BH we can all worry together
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