Today, October 1st, I verified that I am pregnant. This is my third pregnancy with my first born, Jayden, a very happy-healthy-& energetic little guy. My second pregnancy ended in miscarriage at around 12weeks gestation. I don't know why I lost the baby and still haven't received any answers which has made me very nervous that this may happen again, although from my research I have found that one previous miscarriage does not increase your chances of repetition, but it's hard not to worry. I'm trying my best to stay positive. I'm also worried about telling my Son (3 1/2 yrs) and other family just yet. I don't want them to worry either. My first appointment is on Tuesday the 5th. I hope that everything is normal!
I'm supposed to be 10wks today, but I have felt the baby moving for the last three days, right before bed and in the mornings.. I'm beginning to think that maybe I'm a few weeks more than I was told. I guess my next ultrasound on the 25th will give some more answers.. Am I crazy? LOL
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