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So, the pg loss forum was great when I first started JM, and is still on my bad days.
But I can't help be feel like I just know too much about pg losses and how it can happen and when. I'm really nervous about my Dr's appointment on Monday. My m/s suddenly disappeared, and I keep thinking "what if it's a missed miscarriage?"
I'd never heard of a missed miscarriage before I joined the pg loss forum.
I know what you mean. I had a missed m/c and had no idea what it was until then. Now I know far far too much and worry about every little thing. That's probably the biggest thing that made me upset about my m/c was that the blissful ignorance is gone from pregnancy now for me. I feel I won't really be able to enjoy being pregnant.
Thanks ladies. Sometimes I just wish I didn't know so much...lol.
Addie: I actually have an appointment and ultrasound on Monday. I think I'm just nervous because I'm afraid they're going to to tell me we no longer have a heartbeat then. But I also, deep down, feel like everything's okay, and my fears are just fears.
I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one!
Mellimama: Congrats again on your pg! I missed your bfp somewhere...
I know exactly what you mean, with my dd I never worried about anything, but after my m/c in april it seems like everyone I know either has had a loss or someone close to them has and just in the past few months--it was so much easier being ignorant of how common it is.
I was honestly thinking the same thing about this little bean. I have NO symptoms at all-and I was terrified that something was wrong. I made DH go with me to the dr in case there was no heartbeat. I'm sure that your baby is perfect and is just giving you a break from all the morning sickness.
I know what you mean, but for me the benefit of the support of the loss group (in my case I've been in recurrent loss more lately) outweighs the drawbacks of knowing at least one person who's lost a baby all the way from 4wks to full term. It is hard, though.