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SNB24 posted:
I am really nervous about my appointment tomorrow! I am hoping I will love my ob Megan Looby. I am not sure why I am so nervous, I guess it is because I have never met my ob, and I don't know exactly what to expect. I am trying not to get to nervous.
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Zaysmama responded:
Congrats on ur pregnancy!!
hope everything went well at your ob appt...
how far along are you? will this be your first?
 
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SNB24 replied to Zaysmama's response:
Thanks for your reply!! I am 10 weeks and 1 day. This is my first pregnancy, and I am still just nervous all the time with the fact being pregnant. I am hoping my next appointment will ease my nervousness, because I get to hear the heartbeat which will be sweet!!
 
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Gloria454 replied to SNB24's response:
Hi, my congrats with your preg, I understand you, cause when I was pregnant all the time I worried about my little baby, so during my preg, I found week calendar and consulted it all the time https://saymommy.com/weeks/ may be it'll be useful for you too, all the best for you!
 
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SNB24 replied to Gloria454's response:
Thanks for your help!!
 
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to SNB24's response:
Please do try to manage your stress and worry. This is a beautiful time and before you know it, you'll be too tired to stress (ha, ha)

Congrats!

Haylen


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