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Ok ladies, i am in desperate need of your support and/or advice! In december i had a miscarriage at 10 weeks. i found out after the fact that my progesterone was super low, so i have been on progesterone for 2 months or so. i just found out i am pg a week and a half ago. three days after finding out, i felt the slightest crampy feeling. of course, i freaked out. since then i have had good days and bad days. there hasn't been bleeding yet and i still feel symptoms of pregnancy. i have a doctor's appt next wednesday to find out if this is a miscarriage or not. i can't live in this limbo. i want it to happen (miscarriage) now so that i don't have to go through this emotional rollercoaster. don't get me wrong... i don't want this to be a miscarriage, but i can't help feeling this way. i would rather be prepared for it than to be hopeful and then lose the baby. any advice? thanks so much!
 

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Mama, I totally understand just wanting to know one way or the other. Last week I had surgery to remove an ectopic pregnancy - and it was certainly an emotional rollercoaster - I felt the same way as I waited to find out if it was an ectopic or not - I just want to KNOW NOW. I also think it must be common to be super sensitive to every physical feeling the next time we get pregnant after a loss. I'm sure I will be feeling nervous about every twinge and cramp next time too. On the bright side, during my first pregnancy which was completely normal and healthy, I did have cramping during the early weeks. I think that is not abnormal. But, I know the waiting is tough. For some reason, it seems to be a lesson in patience that many of us have to learn. Just want to to send you a <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/hug.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="hug"> and know that another mama understands how hard it is.
 

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thank you so much for your words of comfort and advice. i'm so sorry about your ectopic. i hope you are doing ok. i really appreciate your post, especially when you just went through something harder than what i am going through. thank you again.
 
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