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ILoveMySofie, we posted at the same time! I'm glad you had some peace today.

thank you!
post #122 of 127
I've been feeling a bit anxious and worried lately. I was feeling so much better after our u/s and seeing the heartbeat. But despite the nausea, I haven't been FEELING very pregnant. Pants were tight last week, now they're not. My fundus in in the same place, it seems. Boobs didn't grow this time (??). Stuff like that. I felt very worried and couldn't figure it out.

Then last night I realized I will be 10 weeks on Thursday, and it was at 10 weeks that I started spotting with my last (failed) pregnancy. Trying to give myself a break, as I've no time to process these feelings at the moment (I have alone time coming up on Friday. I think some meditation or free writing is in order!).

I do think that my fundus is a bit higher today, so I'm hanging onto that feeling - literally! I've been walking around with my hand cupping the top of my fundus...it's reassuring to remember there's a baby in there! *sigh*
post #123 of 127
I'm 10 weeks today Karen, and had my miscarriage at 10 weeks last year, I understand feeling anxious and worried. I'm still not feeling great, but these last couple of days I've been not as sick and that makes me worry about the baby.
post #124 of 127
Thank you all so much for your encouragement! My first appointment is tomorrow. I'm SOOO scared but as soon as I see a heartbeat I will finally relax just a bit. I'll keep you all updated.
post #125 of 127
Just wanted to let you all know that I saw my baby's beautiful beating heart today! It gave me so much hope for this pregnancy.
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Just wanted to let you all know that I saw my baby's beautiful beating heart today! It gave me so much hope for this pregnancy.
post #127 of 127
Yay for a great little heartbeat!!!
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