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post #81 of 97
I'm sorry, Quantum. All they could say was 50/50 ?! No visible SCH or anything? I sure do hope that's what it was and that it's gone. You are in my thoughts.

I'm glad for all the ladies getting the lovely heart rates and images. smile.gif
post #82 of 97
I'll be thinking of you, Quantum. I really really hope everything clears up quickly.

Congrats to everyone seeing their beans! So jealous!!! smile.gif.

I still have 1.5 weeks before my first appointment and am finding that about 8-10 weeks is my pregnancy "freak out" time. My symptoms start lessening, but it's still SO long between appointments (if I'e had one at all), and haven't yet heard a heartbeat and ACK! I'm squarely there and am really hoping the next 10 days go quickly. (I had a similar freak out last pregnancy. In fact, that time around, I took a pregnancy test around 10 weeks and it came back *barely* positive, so I seeriously freaked out. They got me in for an u/s and ended up having my NT scan at that time. I was vowing not to do that again, but a lower-key freak is still happening... Ahhh... Thee anxiety is great in this one smile.gif)

Anyway, I've still been having digestive issue from late morning through the afternoon, so that's comforting... Sort of smile.gif

And my biggest news is totally non-pregnancy-related: my mom gave me her hand-me-down iPad. Totally something I would not have bought for myself, so it's a fun treat. The only downside is that I stink at typing on it... As is evidenced by this post smile.gif
post #83 of 97
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I'll be thinking of you, Quantum. I really really hope everything clears up quickly.
Congrats to everyone seeing their beans! So jealous!!! smile.gif.
I still have 1.5 weeks before my first appointment and am finding that about 8-10 weeks is my pregnancy "freak out" time. My symptoms start lessening, but it's still SO long between appointments (if I'e had one at all), and haven't yet heard a heartbeat and ACK! I'm squarely there and am really hoping the next 10 days go quickly. (I had a similar freak out last pregnancy. In fact, that time around, I took a pregnancy test around 10 weeks and it came back *barely* positive, so I seeriously freaked out. They got me in for an u/s and ended up having my NT scan at that time. I was vowing not to do that again, but a lower-key freak is still happening... Ahhh... Thee anxiety is great in this one smile.gif)
Anyway, I've still been having digestive issue from late morning through the afternoon, so that's comforting... Sort of smile.gif
And my biggest news is totally non-pregnancy-related: my mom gave me her hand-me-down iPad. Totally something I would not have bought for myself, so it's a fun treat. The only downside is that I stink at typing on it... As is evidenced by this post smile.gif

 

I find after 10 weeks and before movement is my freak out time. Hang in there!

 

I love my ipad - I think they make everyone suck at typing ;)

post #84 of 97

We love hand me down electronics!   In the past I've been sick until after I started feeling movement, but this seems to be a more mild pregnancy. Of course, I just freak out randomly throughout the pregnancy...

post #85 of 97

I'm out. I can't believe I am typing this! The bleeding picked up, progressed to clots, and I checked myself to find myself dialated. Apparently there's no going back once you reach this point, so I'm just waiting for the baby to come. Heartbreaking, absolutely heartbreaking. I keep thinking about that little, living soul in there, getting pushed out and I just pray it doesn't hurt her. I think it was a her - this pregnancy was so like my daughter's, and so unlike my son's. I always pictured this little person as a spunky, independent little girl, with her own little internal song, and our family is going to be poorer for not having her in it.   

post #86 of 97
Oh Quantum, I am so so sorry for your loss.
post #87 of 97

I'm so sorry, Quantum, sending lots of hugs your way...

post #88 of 97
Quantum, I'm so sorry.
post #89 of 97

I am so sorry, Quantum.  Be gentle to yourself. hug.gif
 

post #90 of 97

Quantum, I'm very sorry to hear that!  Hang in there as best you can.  

post #91 of 97

I'm so, so sorry quantum. Your heart must be breaking. Please take care of yourself and heal well. hug2.gif

post #92 of 97

Quantum, I am so sorry for your loss. But, I'm sure you know, it is not over until it is truly over -- there have been too many cases of one twin lost, or bleeding for other reasons. Please get an ultrasound and then a follow up ultrasound 1-2 weeks later BEFORE you decide it is over, take anything to move things along, or have any surgery. Pattimama on here recently lost a twin, they gave her misoprostol to help things along, and, come to find out, the other twin was fine but the medication can cause severe birth defects, so the second twin was lost as well.
 

post #93 of 97
I am so sorry for your loss.
post #94 of 97
Quantum I am sorry to hear this. I had lots of bleeding and clots with my son I was also taking progesterone. He was just fine in the end. Do make sure they do another us. Holding you in the light.
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post #95 of 97
Quantum, I'm so sorry for your loss. You will be very missed in this group. Thinking of you and sending you love.
post #96 of 97

Quantum, I am very sorry for your loss. :(

post #97 of 97

Quantum, I'm so sorry for your loss. Take care of yourself. 

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