Post # 1
That after 32 weeks and 3 days, I am still going strong with the whole neurotically inspecting the tissue paper after I wipe from having a wee?! Even at night time, half asleep, I switch the bathroom light on and just double check to make sure there’s no blood etc. I think post MC, and after having a bleed at 23 weeks, I just won’t relax until he;s here now! I’ve convinced myself that the checking has graduated to checking for a ‘show’ or mucus plug now I’m getting closer to our due date lol.
I feel so very blessed to have our little one growing inside me, and it’s difficult to let go of all the fears of TTC and being post MC, even 8 months down the line.
Any other Bees not able to fully let go of their worries?
Post # 3
Well at this point I agree you are moreso looking for your bloody show. 🙂
I did not have a MC but have spent most of this pregnancy worried that something will go wrong and I too, always have checked my tissue. Every. Single. Time. Nuerotic mommy right here! lol
Post # 4
@pigeon-noises: I never did. I even photographed my mucus plug and sent it to my sister to make sure that it was ok at 36 weeks. I later showed it to my gyno.
Post # 5
Nope, still neurotic here about discharge, spotting, and pain. With discharge, I still freak out after having two infections. Recently, I had a lot of leg pain on Thursday night. Drank some coconut water and felt better. The leg cramps really freaked me out. So, I’m still super neurotic about everything at a little over 32 weeks pregnant here too.
Post # 6
I’m not even pregnant and I still always check!!
Post # 7
I also always do this. I had a miscarriage in the pregnancy prior to this on and I had too many SCH’s to count in addition to my previa (now resolved!), so I’ve not been able to relax.
Post # 8
I didn’t stop worrying my entire pregnancy. I ALWAYS checked the TP.
I had spotting from week 5-17 so I was always on edge..then I had further complications toward the end of my pregnancy. I was thankful every day to have my baby growing inside of me, and SO thankful for every day she stayed in there!