Panic Attacks During Pregnancy

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lmr - September 3

Juca it sounds like the other women on this forum have managed their panic attacks, got through their pregnancies and delivered healthy babies. Best thing is to tell your doctor and plan what you will do if you have panic attacks or anxiety. Make a plan of action and prepare people around you so you get the support you need if it happens. It sounds like quite a few women suffer from them. I googled this subject because I am in the same situation - too scared to get pregnant (my last chance as I am quite old) because I know 100% I am going to have horrible panic attacks and high blood pressure. I am glad I found this forum just to hear that these panics seem to happen to quite a few women. This has given me renewed courage to give it a go. It will be my first child though if I go ahead with it. I had a bad experience 4 years ago and only just feel brave enough to try again now.

 

lmr - September 3

It would be nice to hear from some of the earlier people who posted on this forum last year or previously to see how things turned out and how they are doing now.

 

Ninjaynnear - August 7

Just be careful for the health of your baby and yours too. Always visit you OB GYNE  to monitor your pregnancy.

 

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