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    Quote Originally Posted by BaoLovesLudo View Post
    Wow congrats lileitak!! Yes I agree a line like that so early is very very promising, plus it's getting darker.

    Congrats to essence!!!

    Ladies pregnancy is a very scary time. Constantly in denial.... constantly worrying that something will go wrong. I spent my whole pregnancy this way..... and now I'm so sad that it's over (I delivered my babies last week). I miss them in my belly and pregnancy went way too quick!!

    My two darling (boy and girl twins) were born via emergency c section at 33.5 weeks. Both very very healthy and hopefully get to take them home in 2 to 3 weeks. I'm in love.

    My advice. Choose a very good Dr. You need one who will help you through your fears.
    @BaoLovesLudo -who was your OB? Did they specialise in high risk pregnancies?

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    Gabriel, totally agree with you. I too was in denial and fear my whole pregnancy. My husband made the most amazing announcement video which I really did not want to participate in.... I made him wait to take it till 16 weeks. Instead of it being a happy and fun time while making video I was negative I too did not have a baby shower We also didn't do a baby moon

    You're right my pregnancy did go very quick, I really miss them in my belly now and regret not sharing all those fun and exciting moments... too late now. But I'm over joyed being a mum! And have learnt my lesson to just sit back and enjoy things.

    Emski I had Professor Stephen Tong. He's a high risk obs.

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    @Gabriel79 thank you for your kind and wise words. Glad I'm not alone in these feelings.
    @lileitak One more sleep!!! Have you run out of pee sticks yet? Best wishes for tomorrow, im sure you'll get great results

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essence08 View Post
    @Gabriel79 thank you for your kind and wise words. Glad I'm not alone in these feelings.
    @lileitak One more sleep!!! Have you run out of pee sticks yet? Best wishes for tomorrow, im sure you'll get great results
    Thank you!!! I've got everything crossed. Reckon I'll be permanently pretzel shaped by the 2nd one.

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    My 2nd bt is tomorrow and I had to POAS today - just to make sure I still appear pregnant. Have run out of sticks, going to need some more to get me through to week 6 bt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Essence08 View Post
    My 2nd bt is tomorrow and I had to POAS today - just to make sure I still appear pregnant. Have run out of sticks, going to need some more to get me through to week 6 bt.
    I'm with you! I have some internet cheapies that will hopefully satisfy my urge. Is the 6 week BT the next appointment after BT #2? Another 2WW sounds daunting.

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    Yep 7 week scan is after the second BT.

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    So more like a 3ww. Oye.

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    I was offered a third but said I would just wait for the scan at 7w

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    Just heard back and blood results were good! (Didn't get the actual #s, I need to get better at this...!)

    Two more blood tests and a scan on the 15th. Wow...!


 

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