Originally Posted by Meli65
Things feel a little different this time around,although that might be because I am consciously trying to think positive, whereas before I never believed that *I* would have a miscarriage.
I know what you mean, it's like there is a point in your life where you see a pos. preg. test and it's assumed that in 9 months you'll have a healthy baby. Then when you suffer through a m/c, you know that isn't always necessarily true and you end up worrying and hoping and praying every day of subsequent pregnancies. It sucks to not be naive anymore, doesn't it? I really wish I could go back to thinking the way I did before- that a pos. hpt = baby.
Also about your prenatals, you can buy them at the store. I get mine by prescription because I need chewables. When I became pg with my first 10 years ago, I developed this inability to swallow pills. Weird since before then, I could have easily swallowed one of those huge prenatal vitamins.
I'd also talk to the midwife about weaning off Prozac before you bother with a doctor. My midwife back in PA could have easily helped with something like that- she was a CNM with a great relationship with her backup doctor, and she probably just would have called him to find out what was needed to be done.