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    Your hCG is increasing normally, which is a great sign. It doesn't mean you definitely won't miscarry, but I think it's safe enough to assume that you're not *currently* miscarrying and that the cramping is due to something else.

    However you're probably not doing yourself any favours with this level of stress. Have you spoken to someone about your anxiety? The risks of early pregnant can be stressful, but they're also completely out of our hands. There's nothing you can do to make a pregnancy stick or to stop a miscarriage that's underway, and while at face value that sounds like a negative it actually isn't... It means you're allowed to relax a little and let what will be, be.

    Happy birthday

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    They are great rises.

    My best friend is 5 months pregnant and she has had similar pain and spotting and her and the baby are fine.

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    To be honest everything you have described sounds very normal in early pregnancy. Your numbers are rising as they should and doctors aren't concerned. I think you need to take a few big deep breaths and relax, all this stress and panic won't be helping. All the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    They are good rises.
    Can I ask what is bothering you the most about a very early mc? I am not saying it is. I am just curious that's all.
    What do you mean exactly by "what is bothering me the most about an early miscarriage?


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    We are all here to help. Just try and relax. It all sounds normal to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    To be honest everything you have described sounds very normal in early pregnancy. Your numbers are rising as they should and doctors aren't concerned. I think you need to take a few big deep breaths and relax, all this stress and panic won't be helping. All the best.
    Your right, I totally do need to chill out.. I just don't know how to. But you are totally right.. Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    We are all here to help. Just try and relax. It all sounds normal to me
    Thankyou... I just was 100% certain I was about to miscarry.. And that to me would be the ultimate devastation. I just flipped out imagining what it's going to be like once I'm no longer expecting, and telling the close relos I've told that it is over...I just donk think I can handle it.. And because these pains are SO strong I was 100% sure something bad is going on, but....apparently not.. ? I'm just an overly sensitive, pessimistic, anxious person. These fears are consuming my every thought.. I don't know how to chill out.. It seems impossible... And I guess the fact that both my pregnancies prior to this one were NOTHING like this, I never got this pain.. I put 2 and 2 together and figured this one isn't viable. I'm sorry if I'm annoying any of you with my worries. I envy those of you who are sane and just go along fine with minimal worry. Thanks for all your time. Xxxx


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    Quote Originally Posted by samilia View Post
    Your right, I totally do need to chill out.. I just don't know how to. But you are totally right.. Thank you.


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    It's so hard to not over analyze everything when pregnant, worrying is normal. Maybe go for a nice walk or book yourself in to get a massage or facial over the weekend. Xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post
    It's so hard to not over analyze everything when pregnant, worrying is normal. Maybe go for a nice walk or book yourself in to get a massage or facial over the weekend. Xo
    I like your thinking! It is my birthday.. a massage might be in order


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    Quote Originally Posted by samilia View Post
    I like your thinking! It is my birthday.. a massage might be in order


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    Enjoy! Happy birthday too.

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