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I had a miscarriage in 2009, then carried and delivered a healthy baby in 2011. I am currently pregnant and am worried like crazy that something is going to go wrong. Does anyone have any suggestions to help ease my concerns? 

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I had two babies the second with health problems and then had three miscarriages after that and am pregnant again and due in a few weeks. I compleatly understand the feeling of anx ... More
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After miscarriage if this would have been first pregnancy then ther were chances of risk and tension but it is second so dont worry,just stay happy and be cool and calm.
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We lost what wouldve been my first child in 2007. 2008 had our first child, 2009 had our 2nd. 2012(I think it was) had an empty sac and had to have a d&c. Weren't trying after ... More
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