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4 years ago
I have had 3 miscarriages over the past 2 years and currently I am 7 weeks pregnant. I went to the doctor saw the heart beat and felt pregnant, now I dont feel how I use to . Should I be ?concerened or just stop stressin and take it a day at a time?

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4 years ago
dont be concerned..you may not always feel pregnant esp until the first time u feel the baby. i had one miscarraige so i know that now every little thing will freak u out like it did to me..but not im 20wks and everythings good so just stay positive and try not to worry to much..but if u do get concerned just call ur doctor.
4 years ago
hey girl. i'm sorry that you're worried, i know how you feel. i've lost two babies, and like jessandmike08 said, every little thing is going to make you freak. but try not to worry, i'm sure everything is fine. but trust your instincts! if you feel theres something to worry about, definitely call your doctor.
4 years ago
Take it one day at a time.  My cousin had 2 miscarriages both at exactly 10 weeks.  The doctors think it was due to low levels of hormones (which your doctor can test you for and give you supplements if yours come up low too).  She pregnant now and is 21 weeks along.  Everything is going weel with this pregnancy for her.  Talk to your doctor about your concerns, be open and tell them your fears.  They can run tests to see if it's due to the hormones and if it's not try to take it easy and be gentle with your body.  I know when you have lost something you want so badly that everyday is like holding your breath, but you have to relax (or try to).  Talk to the professionals and if you aren't satisfied with their answers - find a new doctor.  Good luck and we'll be praying for you!

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