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Damiens Mom - May 29

Hey Ladies, My dh is suffering from panic attacks.I'm not sure how to help him. And now this morning I wake up to find my br___t are no longer sore.I've had a miscarriage at 12 weeks(I'm 14 weeks right now).I also have a two year old son.I am just wondering if anyone else feels or has felt this way, Or has dealt with their dh having panic attacks.

 

mjvdec01 - May 29

As far as the b___st tenderness, I am experiencing the same thing. My daughter is 28 months old and I am 32 weeks pregnant. With my first pregnancy the b___st tenderness was extreme. This time however, not so much. They really don't bother me at all. I never thought of it as a negative. I understand that you have had a miscarriage, and are nervous, but you have also made it to 14 weeks with no problems. Don't worry about the lack of soreness. As far as your hubby's panic attacks, I would encourage him to see a therapist. I had panick attacks for a period of time a few years ago and the counseling really helped. He may even need meds? Your hubby needs to be proactive with his healthcare, and get the help he needs. All you can do is encourage him and let him know that it is nothing to be embara__sed about. I had a hard time coming to terms with the fact that I needed someone other than my husband to help me through it.

 

Damiens Mom - May 30

Thanx, mjvdec01. I appreciate your advice and I'll definitely encourage my dh to get help from a doctor

 

stefkay - May 30

Hi Damiens Mom, I had b___st soreness/tenderness for the first trimester and maybe a couple weeks into the 2nd tri, but since then they feel totally normal and I'm now 35 weeks. Even when I push on them -- nothing at all. I wouldnt worry as 14 weeks sounds normal for that to happen. BUT, because I know about loss, if you don't feel right about something please call your doc and they can do a doppler or something for you to ease your mind.

 

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