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Hello! I just had my 40th birthday at the end of October, and today found out that I am pregnant! My first pregnancy was at the age of 26, and 27 when son was born! I am so excited and happy...and feel great! Have many of you mothers' out there had such a gap in between pregnancies?
My first was a boy and I barely had any symptoms with him. My second was a girl and still not a lot of symptoms. This time we know we're having a girl and I've had pretty much every symptom there is.
But people do say that if the pregnancies are very different from each other that usually indicates a different sex.
I have about a 12 year (almost 13 when the baby is born) gap between this one and my last. I am more tired this time but other than that it feels the same. I've had 3 girls and 2 boys and the only difference I had between the two was I craved action adventure movies when I was pregnant with my sons - weird, right? Maybe is was extra testosterone!
I began spotting this past Tuesday, and am now going through a miscarriage...I feel so devastated beyond words. Went to ER on Thursday and by that time it seemed the spotting was improving...then each time I went to the bathroom, there was pinkish on the toilet paper...sorry if TMI, then yesterday afternoon was having heavy painful bowel movement, then it just started...like a period. Still going on right now and been passing slimy, stringy clot tissue, and earlier a bigger piece of tissue that was long and whitish...this is very frightening. Any support appreciated...