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Posted 13 January 2013 - 11:09 PM
So we found out we were pregnant on the 27th Dec. Was an accidental pregnancy, but we were very happy about it. We have 2 children, 2 & 4. Then last Wed I started to have brown spotting. I knew it was all over then, as my last M/C started exactly like that. I have been bleeding since, but quite light, just one heavy day. No cramping as such. Very different to my first M/C. I couldn't get into a doc last week, will try to get into one tomorrow. I am deeply saddened by this, but feel that I have to hold myself together, as my SIL is also pregnant and 1 week ahead of me. Going to be very diffivult when her bubs comes along. I feel that I can't really say too much..... I bit her head off today as she was complaining about being nauseated for 2 days in a row. I was nauseated from about 10 days before my period was due, all day and night, until the day before I started bleeding..... Gah this just sucks so much.
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