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    39 & Pregnant...after a miscarriage
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    HauteMomma posted:
    After a failed pregnancy in April, my husband and I received another blessing in August. We're Pregnant! We are so excited that I was able to get pregnant again, and so quickly. However, while we are happy, I am also extremely worried and concerned that this pregnancy may end up like the last

    Almost 40 and pregnant with my first child...Does anyone have a similar story. I need could use some encouragement.
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    Anon_178360 responded:
    Well mine is kind of similar. I have had a total of 7 miscarriages. Just like you, I miscarried in August but on Tuesday I got a BFP! I'm so excited. But, like you, I am cautiously optimistic. I am 37 and I have had one live child who is now 3.

    I hope you are able to find peace about it all. I am just reminding myself to do my best to relax (as hard as that is) and only fill my thoughts with positive affirmations while physically taking the best care of myself that I can.

    H&H 9 months to you!


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