Worried..

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Registered: 02-19-2007
Worried..
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Tue, 01-18-2011 - 7:38am

OK I could probably post here weekly but Ive been trying to keep my mind on something else so Im not wondering whats going on in my uterus.

Well yesterday was very stressful & I was very upset, crying & pissed off...After I calmed down I basically had a pain when I inhaled right where I know one of the babes is implanted. I hate that I can feel everything in my uterus. It stopped after 30 mins or so.

Now this am I feel like I just have a general dull ache in my uterus. Along with occasional sharp pain, not RLP as Im not moving. Im freaking out. Please tell me that being completely stressed & upset is not going to cause a miscarriage.

Ugh, I have my NT scan on Fri am. Im petrified of what I will see on that screen.

*mindy*
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Registered: 01-04-2008
In reply to: lashwish
Tue, 01-18-2011 - 8:21am
Mindy,

No, being upset is not going to cause you to m/c. I have those pains right where Joshua is attached as well. At my last ultrasound, I pointed to where I get the pain and she said it's exactly where my placenta is attached. She said she gets women complain all the time of pain right where the baby is attached. Try not to worry- I know, it's super hard. GL at your NT and let us know!!
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In reply to: lashwish
Tue, 01-18-2011 - 9:30am
I've been getting something really similar, too. I don't remember ever getting it with a miscarriage, so I think that it's a good sign that my uterus is growing, and the placenta is forming. My miscarriages were pain-free until the bleeding was well under way. I wish I could take away your fear, but the only thing that can do that is your u/s, which is also a huge source of anxiety. Just know in the meantime that sticky babies stick and miscarriages just happen. You can't cause yourself to miscarry, so don't freak out if you can help it. Try reading a really exciting book or watching a good movie. I'm becoming a master at distraction techniques.
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In reply to: lashwish
Tue, 01-18-2011 - 11:01am

Being overly stressed is not going to cause a m/c, hun.

I know how easy it is to freak out though. I'm pretty much freaked out everyday as I still don't have m/s. I get aches and pains in my uterus too...I'm sure it's just your uterus growing and stretching. You have TWO in there, so you're bound to have more twinges and aches.

Hang in there, sweetie.

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Registered: 02-19-2007
In reply to: lashwish
Tue, 01-18-2011 - 12:39pm
Thanks ladies.
Good to know others have had pain by placenta.
I just feel generally achy now & totally exhausted.
Lots of CM which happens anytime Ive had pain as Im guessing it just everything growing.
*mindy*
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Registered: 03-21-2007
In reply to: lashwish
Wed, 01-19-2011 - 4:14pm

Hi Mindy

For Ivillage

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In reply to: lashwish
Wed, 01-19-2011 - 9:10pm
Thanks Deb.
Ooh, good luck to both of us on Friday!
Ive been checking TP for so long now I dont know how not to!
We both need some good news on Fri!
*mindy*
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Registered: 08-16-2007
In reply to: lashwish
Wed, 01-19-2011 - 9:50pm

MIndy, I really hope your appointment goes well on Friday morning. I know for a fact that stress and being "emotional" will not cause a miscarriage. It is ok to cry, and vent - especially if it helps to ease your anxiety! Hang in there, and remember that you can vent here anytime.

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