I am pregnant. I am so scared. I am worried about my reaction to seeing the pregnancy test result. I cannot believe my body just started trembling.
pregnancy after loss
I went in today and got my blood drawn. They called me with the results. My HCG is fine but my progesterone is low.
My baby was stillborn 36 weeks into the pregnancy. It looks right now to be an antibody I have that produces blood clots. My doctor said I have to wait for 1 cycle and then I can start trying again. She has me set up for appointments with specialists.
I was just wondering if you knew of any people who have lost so late into the pregnancy and have had a successful pregnancy after that.
Thank you for your quick response.
I have suffered 4 losses in the past year and a half. I am now just over 5 weeks pregnant and I am a basket case. Every time I am waiting for my beta results, I cry like a baby until I get them. My last results only doubled in 73 hours, so now I am in a complete state of panic! How do I deal with it?
Last year we lost a baby girl to SIDS at the age of 3 months. Now, I am 5 months pregnant. We are both excited, but scared. We worry it will happen again. Also I feel guilty about having another baby. What could we do to help alleviate some of the stress?
I went into the doctor's office today to get another blood draw. I asked the tech if the tests would be rushed like last time since my nurse never mentioned it to me.
What a crazy week this has been. I haven't had much time to think about our pregnancy with everything that has been going on. I guess that is a good thing though.
Another milestone passed and only one more to go! Today I went in for my first physical exam and another ultrasound.
Yesterday I had to go to the doctor's appointment by myself. I didn't like the idea because I feared the worse. My husband wasn't able to attend due to a work situation he could not get out of, especially since he is taking the rest of the week off for when I get the stitch in.
Over the last two days, I have been feeling something odd. I saw my doctor today so I talked to him about this new feeling because it reminds me of the feeling I had when Gabe was delivered.