I had the same thing happen, I had a big gap in appointments and that made me anxious but once I hit 28 weeks the appointments got more frequent and that put my mind at ease, generally all my concerns were quite common too and they didn't seem worried at all which actually helped me stress less.
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I have anxiety issues. I am 24 weeks and I gave birth at 24 weeks to my second son. I have also had my last 3 babies early. My hospital said they don't care if its just me being anxious they don't care if I need to call or go in everyday to be put at ease. Mater are generally pretty good,at that.
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