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Pregnancy after a loss. Nicia22 Due April 14; Japan 3 posts
16th Oct '12

Last year I lost my first pregnancy at 8 weeks. It was a shock after seeing the heartbeat at 6 weeks. I had no symptoms but discovered the loss when the heartbeat couldn't be located at almost 10 weeks. I had a D&C after waiting two weeks for it to happen naturally.
Now, I am 14 weeks pregnant. I've seen this baby moving with a strong heartbeat just last week but I still find myself on the verge of panic. Sometimes I have a hard time remaining positive. If I feel slightly different from one week to the next I worry. My next appt. is Nov. 6th and it seems forever away. Have any of you experienced the same? I'm trying to remain positive but sometimes its so hard.

Hodor Due October 30 (boy); 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Saint-janvier, QC, Canada 18195 posts
16th Oct '12

This is my sixth pregnancy and hopefully will be my second baby.
I know the feeling. It SUCKS.

AngelGabriel'sMama 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 2103 posts
16th Oct '12

Try not to worry too much and think positive thoughts. Hope both of you have full, healthy pregnancies. :)

I♥RYLEIGH 49 kids; Windsor, Ontario 10434 posts
16th Oct '12

I've lost three pregnancies around 9 weeks after seeing the HB. I am now 16w 3d and baby is still going strong :)

Brandi Milam (girl); 3 angel babies; Tucson, Arizona 574 posts
16th Oct '12

It was the same for me twice and I was reserved but excited to fingd out I was pregnant this time. Please try not to worry. Your little one is resilient and will make it. I'm 20 weeks and 3 days so I know it is possible to happen after a miscarriage.

luvmy2grlz&boy! 19 kids; Neepawa, Manitoba 2371 posts
16th Oct '12

I am on my 4th pregnancy. My 3rd ended in a late loss. Found out at 19 weeks we lost baby boy just after 16 weeks.



I completely understand your worry. Now that I'm past where we lost the baby, and have our own Fetal Heart Doppler, it makes a world of difference.



I don't think I'll be completely worry free until this baby is either at the stage of viability outside of my body, but still not completely worry free until I'm holding my baby in my arms.

B-Baby 1 child; 1 angel baby; CARROLLTON, Virginia 1795 posts
16th Oct '12

i know all to well.... i lost a baby at 17 weeks after seeing baby 3 times and hearing the HB at 15 weeks. i went in at 17 weeks and she was gone.. :( im now 15 weeks!!! and started feelign flutters last week.. so that my lifeline right now.. usually i dont feel them till night time.. so i freak allll day till i feel one! i dont have another doctors apt untill november 7th! and yess it seeems soooo farr away.... and sometime i even dont wana get to excited cause i KNOW any thign can happen this is the time frame where i lost my last baby so needless to say im FREAKING right now till i seee my swimmer again on that screen! just TRY and stay postive that's all we can do and leave it all in Gods hands.

Nicia22 Due April 14; Japan 3 posts
19th Oct '12

I have always had a hard time remaining positive and having faith after disappointment. I think that is the lesson I need to learn. I'm due in April which is the month I lost my first!