This miscarriage got me thinking...
I KNEW something was wrong with this baby. Yes I got excited and happy but we have been trying for sooo long that it felt like something was holding me back from being happier and more excited. I feel kinda relieved? I'm devastated but at the same time something just wasn't right. My dr said as soon as my levels are back to pre pregnancy normal I can start ttc again. I bought new vitamins and some raspberry leaf tea
n my way to work. I just wanted to share this thought and find out if any other mamas had this kind of feeling
I wish I would have had that kind of feeling when I had mine. I thought everything was going perfectly. We had no problem conceiving ds or the baby I lost. I went in for my 12 week check up and u/s and there wasn't a heartbeat. I didn't have any cramping or bleeding. That was four years ago and it still bothers me.
i had a M/C in march... i was excited but never really got into the whole thing.... never bought anything and i was 17 weeks... never felt baby move( though i though i did, i didnt) and my belly never grew... i had horriable pains the whole time.. and finally one day i called the doctors went in and found out i had lost my angel... it was deveastating(sp) but we both knew something was wrong.. :this time im 15 weeks now and i feel pumpkin flutter all the time at least onece or twice a day.. iv out grwon my pants already.. i love it.. dont get dicouraged.... i think the feeling is normal....
I had the same feeling and just felt something wasn't right. I still went to my prenatal appointment and did what I was supposed to but I just didn't see myself making it all the way. I was still devastated but I felt like I knew the whole time it wouldn't work out.
I felt that way, there was just something deep down that told me it wasnt going to last. I didnt plan on the pregnancy and wasn't exactly excited by the news. Yet, even after coming to terms and accepting, I just knew that baby was not to be. Broke my heart non the less, but its like getting ahead of the curve to acceptance. We mothers have more intution then we alow ourselves to admit.