Fourth Week Previous Miscarriage

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erin25 - February 22

Hi everyone. I hope everyone is doing well! I had m/c about 4 months ago and I was about 6 to 6 1/2 weeks. The cause was unknown but the day before I miscarried I had a u/s and heard the baby's heartbeat. However, I just found out that I was pregnant again through a hpt and I went for blood work today but I have not had my 1st doctor's appt. I really don't have any symptoms except the sides of bbs hurt a little when I press on them and feeling a little tired but not a lot. Also, I have been going to the bathroom more than usual but that changes from day to day. I did the calculations online and it said that I was around 4 weeks. I am just so worried that I am going to miscarry again because of the last time and not enough symptoms. Does anyone else feel this way?

 

DownbutnotOUT - February 22

I had a missed m/c in May 2006 I was suppose to be 11 weeks 1 day but the baby had pa__sed at 6 weeks 6 days. I had a chemical pregnancy in June and finally got my sticky bean in September. I was a nervous wreck for all of my 1st trimester, I had some spotting, cramping and back aches, I thought for sure this was it im losing my baby. I am now 24 weeks and 4 days and have had some cramping, spotting and other problems recently but the wee one is healthy and doing great! With the m/c in may I had more symptons than I have had with this pregnancy. It is hard and it is always in the back of your mind that you can m/c again but just because you think it doesnt mean its going to happen. It starts off slow but trust me as soon as you hit the 12 week mark time flies by. Take care

 

erin25 - February 23

Thank you so much for your input. These first weeks are very hard. Also, Congrats on the little one!

 

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