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Posted by Renae
on December 13, 2000 at 20:47:41:
In Reply to: Re: Hey DJ! Are you there? posted by DJ on December 13, 2000 at 12:06:07:
: I have heard and read that most people experience mild cramping and some spotting during the first few months of pg. Your uterus is expanding, and the ligaments are stretching which can cause cramping. The spotting is something a little unknown though. When I had my daughter, I had 2 separate episodes of bleeding. Very watery but a lot of it. No cramping, and the doctor never did know why it happened. If the cramping is not severe, I would take a deep breath and think calm thoughts. But remember, if it is an ectopic, it is better to find out before serious complications arise. God never gives us more than we can handle. If it is not meant to be, that just means there's another little angel in heaven waiting to be yours. Please let me know! I have my fingers crossed!!!!!
Hi DJ. Thanks for being so supportive but I'm afraid I have some bad news. I had an ultrasound done today and it did show I was pregnant but that I have lost the baby. I am still spotting and having cramping but the sac is still there so I have to wait and see if I'll lose it on my own or if they have to do a d&c. I thought I was prepared for this because I knew something didn't feel right but there is just no preparing a person to tell them they have lost their baby. I'm doing ok though. I'm glad it happened now and not later and your right about another angel waiting for me because this was just not meant to be. I wish you lots of luck in the future and hopefully the year 2001 will bring both of us a bundle of joy. I'll keep in touch. Talk to you soon. Renae
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