BFP - But my nerves are killing me

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BFP - But my nerves are killing me

Postby Danielle0614 » Tue May 19, 2015 11:57 am

My last 3 pregnancies ended in MC. I got my (hopefully) rainbow BFP a couple of weeks ago. My bloodwork has been great. My numbers were better than doubling every 48 hours. I have mild pregnancy symptoms, well not as severe as my last full-term pregnancy - and I am absolutely 100% freaking out. I have my first "viability" scan in a couple of days. I am trying to figure out how I can make it through these next few days without literally pulling my hair out. I want to be pregnant w/ a healthy baby so badly, but my emotions and my heart are refusing to get attached. I can't go through another loss. I just wish I was oblivious to the fact that this could be over as quickly as it began. With my first 3 children, I never even thought of M/C... now, that's all I can think about.
Me 41
DH 39
DS 18
DS 15
DS. 21mo
:angel: 4/2014
:angel: CP 10/2014
:angel: CP 12/2014

BFP - 8DPO April 30, 2015!!!
Beta #1 - 86 (13 DPO)
Beta #2 - 178 (15 DPO) 45.75 hrs doubling time
Beta #3 - 464.4 (17 DPO) 36.17hrs doubling time. :D


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Re: BFP - But my nerves are killing me

Postby abbylu927 » Fri May 22, 2015 8:58 am


I am in a similar boat as you. I had a m/c in march of 2014. Completely devastating. Last Thursday I got my (hopefully, also) rainbow BFP! I went in last Friday for my first beta, then again on Monday, and then again on Wednesday. Everything is going well, and I have my first scan in a week from today, the 29th. I know the stress and anxiety you feel!! My EDD is January 25th. :) In the back of my mind, miscarriage is all I think about. When is your scan? We can be buddies!!
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