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I passed my loss point. I don't know how to describe what I think, but it's like a controlled freak out. It's pure logic and no emotion. My mind goes over facts and analyzes them for potential issues, but it is never accompanied with actual panic or fear. it's kind of surreal. I also realized last week, that as a defense mechanism, my brain is very cynical in its approach to this pregnancy.
Oh mini freak outs whenever I get a particularly strong contraction. Last night, they were getting rhythmic, but I was trying my hardest to not panic because stress makes them stronger, so I just tried to relax and spent most of my time on "Da** you autocorrect" laughing and making my DH nervous with all of my laughing.
I was freaking out this whole past week because my angelversary was coming up, and part of me was terrified that we were going to lose our little girl on the same day. Luckily, baby girl decided to be extra active the past few days, and I made it through
Last week when I had my ob appointment and ended up getting an ultrasound. The tech told me the babys measurements were off and she was either measuring too small or too big, but wouldn't tell me which. I had to wait 3 days for anyone to tell me anything. Come to find out shes measuring almost 3 weeks ahead, but seems to be doing just fine.
Every time i get a braxton hick. and i think oh no, he needs to stay in there. I have no reason to think he is going to come early, but with everything that has happened this pregnancy so far, it's still scary.
A couple minutes ago...I freak out everytime she kicks me really REALLY low because it almost feels like the sensation I had right before I started gushing blood with my miscarriage. Everytime she kicks me in that same spot down low I feel like I'm about to hear and feel a big POP and start gushing amniotic fluid. I'm terrified of going into preterm labor even though I really have no reason too