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October 26th, 2011, 01:11 AM
missy123's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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My dreams are not as vivid as they were in the beginning but yes, I had some really horrible ones. My latest was that Scarlett was born sleeping. I woke up screaming in terror and it bothered me the whole day.

((hugs)) sorry you are having such bad dreams. Hopefully a few good ones sneak in there to counter balance them.

Pregnancy Loss April 2009, September 2010
CP 10/2008, 1/3/11 {missing my babies every single day}Mommy to 4 Children - 3 boys ages 22, 21 and 18 & baby Scarlett
After 2.5 years TTC with 4 losses our Family was given the gift of Miss Scarlett
Do not ever give up hope...

Miss Scarlett... Our miracle girl still brings happy tears to my eyes.

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October 26th, 2011, 09:00 AM
LindseyE117's Avatar Wookie's Girl
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Well the whole yuckiness of the 1st trimester has kicked in, and although no puking, I do feel sick to my stomach on and off during the day. Also my nipples hurt, not my swollen boobs, but my nipples.

Anyway, getting off subject there... Anyone else have these horrible, vivid, and extremely real feeling dreams? I had one the other night and actually woke James up because it felt so real and I wanted to make sure that he wasn't dead. Then this morning, I laid back down to take a nap and had a dream that I was having an allergic reaction to something and my face was extremely swollen. So swollen that my lip was bleeding from being pushed into my teeth. I woke up gasping for air and checking my face. I could breathe normally and nothing was wrong, but it felt sooooooo real!!! I am still kind of shaken up from it.

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October 26th, 2011, 09:15 AM
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OH yes, I have had crazy vivid dreams from early pregnancy until now. I should keep a dream diary. I've had both negative and positive.
It's totally normal. I think it's the hormones and anxieties. I also think it's why I don't get restful sleep.

I remember having dreams this time about losing the baby/giving birth very early and having to say good bye.

I also dreamed that my son got hit by a car, I think.

Awful, awful stuff and, again, totally normal.
I had my rainbow baby on December 14, 2011. Now my family is complete!
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October 26th, 2011, 02:31 PM
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Yes, mine have all been about miscarrying. Twice I have woken up DF with my screaming.

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October 26th, 2011, 07:58 PM
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I used to have terrible nightmares. Hope yours don't last long.

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