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This is normal you are working yourself up you will be ok. Is your Dr checking your levels I find this has helped me. I know exactly how you feel. Maybe we can support each other I am about 3 weeks pregnant of course they are not sure I never got a period after my miscarriage. As you can see I don't even have a ticker up yet because I am so scared. We can try and stay positive together.
Aww....I hear ya!! It's so hard to stop guarding your heart and let yourself become vulnerable again. I had 2 miscarriages before I got pregnant with my daughter (our first child) so by that point I was convinced that I'd never carry a baby to term. So I literally missed out on the first half of my pregnancy because I just didn't want to let myself get excited and to fall in love with this precious little baby with the possibility that I may lose it. I really regret that, now.
But you're definately normal feeling this way. It's so hard. ((HUGS))
Waiting for #2!
I'm with Bryn. I missed out on so much of this pregnancy because I convinced myself that it would end like the others. And really, I'm still doing it. I'm getting better, though, and actually planning for when it's here...about time, since that's just 7 weeks away!
We can all tell you to try not to worry, but we all also know that you will, anyway. Still, I hope that you're able to find a way to be vigilant, but enjoy every little second so that you don't get to the end and think, "Where did all that happy time go?!"
I still cry. I'm still sure that something is going to happen. But ultimately, I know how very lucky I am to get to experience this at all and I try so hard to focus on the things that are going well...which, really, is most of it! I hope that you're able to do this and start early!