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Any parents-to-be find them selves constantly worried??

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Old 12-31-2001, 12:19 AM   #1
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Any parents-to-be find them selves constantly worried??

worried that the next ultrasound might show something worng or that thebaby is about to misscarry/ worried that something may be or go wrong? ... alway being careful not to jump around or get too rough in fear of harming it? or is this just me and soemthing I need to get addressed? It doesnt occupy my day.just makes me think it over sometimes...apprecaite it

I should also add this is still very early pregnancy for us and that may have a lot to do with, pregnany is a first for us both..

-JD<p>[This message has been edited by Aerosmith22 (edited 12-31-2001).]

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Old 12-31-2001, 06:52 AM   #2
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Re: Any parents-to-be find them selves constantly worried??

Hi Aerosmith <IMG SRC="">

I felt the exact same way as you do when I first found out I was pregnant. This will be my husband and I's first pregnancy so I was pretty worried at the beginning. "What if I'm not really pregnant? What if I wake up some morning and see a bunch of blood? What if my blood tests come up with something bad? Why am I having that pain in my that normal?" I near drove myself crazy the first couple of weeks. I'll be 11 weeks along in my pregnancy tomorrow and during these weeks I've come to realize that stressing out doesn't help me or the baby. The best thing I (we) can do right now is get plenty of rest and relaxation - not just for our babies but for ourselves. These last few weeks have been great and things are going very smoothly so far. <IMG SRC=""> I find that reading posts online and various pregnancy books has really helped to put my mind at ease. "What to Expect When You're Expecting" is a wonderful book, as well as "A Child is Born".

Hang in there - everything will be fine. <IMG SRC="">


Old 12-31-2001, 11:34 AM   #3
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Re: Any parents-to-be find them selves constantly worried??

Sounds perfectly normal to me. Don't worry-- everything will be great. Trust me, you now will spend the next 18+ years worrying-- you'll get used to it!

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