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If you are 8-9 weeks pregnant and are having on and off pregnancy symptoms could that mean you are going to miscarry?


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2015-07-16 19:30:50
2015-07-16 19:30:50

no your not going to miscarry. Pregnancy symptoms on and off happen all the time. I'm three and a half months pregnant and sometimes I get sick sometimes i don't. your o.k.

when i was 3 months pregnant, i didnt feel pregnant anymore, but i didnt think much of it. the next day i went to the doctor and found out my baby wasnt alive.

I was 3 1/2 months pregnant and felt fine, I never had morning sickness my breasts were just sensitive and sore, the first sign of miscarriage I had was very light bleeding, but I just knew. The baby's heart stopped beating, so if you feel like you aren't pregnant anymore or you need to reassurance call your doctor or advise nurse. They will be good at either re assuring you or evaluating the situation and having you come in, it beats having to worry over it. good luck.

i"m a little over 3 months pregnant and had some spotting and i called my doctor but she said it should be fine. I hope I'm not losing the baby. you can't actually tell its a baby at months can you. i don't know if i'l be able to handle seeing that.

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