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    Happy But Scared...
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    CaylaAndBrandonBlue posted:
    So Yesterday I Took A Home Pregnancy Test & it came out positive...I Figured Up My Last Period && It Figured Up To Be That Im Prob. But Not Certain, 10 weeks & 1 day. I Have A Dr.s Apt. With My Obgyn 2maro.. Ive been having alot of cramps in my uterus && its been very painful. i experienced a M/C Sept. 23rd of this year. i was 5 weeks & 4 days. i never felt like this in my first pregnancy. its like im having every symptom that you could think of in pregnancy now. but the pains is starting to worry me. im hoping & praying to God that i dont have another M/C, just gonna try to stay positive & see what my Dr. says 2maro but any ideas to calm my nerves?? i would much appreciate it..
    LaKota ; 09-23-12
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