Thank you silverdragon. It's nice to hear that you're pregnant and doing well. I'm trying to stay positive throughout this whole ordeal but it's not easy.
I think I'm losing my symptoms of pregnancy and it's really getting me down.
My breasts are only sore when I touch the nipple and I haven't had any nausea.
Do your symptoms come and go?
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27-10-2013 09:25 #801
28-10-2013 11:36 #802Senior Member
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Nini my symptoms come and go all the time! This is not unusual and happens to alot of women. You will feel better as time goes on. If you are always worried it may be helpful to ask the Dr for regular blood tests than you can see everything is ok. How were your results from last week? Did your hcg go up along with your progesterone? My Dr does lots of bloods which puts my mind at ease. Remember constant stress is not good for baby. Some studies were done that show this. That may help you keep calm and focus on other things for a while.
28-10-2013 19:30 #803
I lost the baby.
My HCG levels dropped, as well as progesterone. I have not started bleeding yet, but FS predicts it will happen sometime this week.
I can't stop crying.
28-10-2013 20:41 #804
Oh Nini, I'm so sorry to hear that, it's ok to cry, cry lots and cry loud
28-10-2013 21:02 #805Senior Member
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I am sorry to hear that nini. It must be so awful and I don't know what to say that will make you feel any better.
Please take care of yourself.
28-10-2013 22:38 #806
Oh nini you can cry all you need such a hard time *hugs*
29-10-2013 19:16 #807
Thank you miss_petepie, silver dragon and No3please.
I have started bleeding and Dr presumes it will continue for around 2 weeks. I didn't cope well at work today, so I think it's best to stay home tomorrow to allow myself time to grieve.
Has anyone ever been through/known anyone who's had a miscarriage and have any tips to help me through this pain?
29-10-2013 20:20 #808
I had one in Feb last year (previously named Merlsy on this thread until I told a mod where to go )
There's no real tips to deal with it except for:
• it's perfectly ok to tell everyone to f%#* off
• take as much time off work as you need, they'll understand
• cry when you need to, f%#^ what anyone thinks
• and always remember - you aren't a failure, don't ever blame yourself!!
Big hugs xx
29-10-2013 22:38 #809
I haven't been through one but trust your feelings and do what feels natural to you. We all greave in our own way :/
31-10-2013 00:00 #810
Nini how are you holding out?
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