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Q: I just found out im pregnant 3 months after delivering a stillborn. I am nervous about miscarriage.

My daughter was stillborn on Valentine's day at 28 weeks and i just found out im 4 weeks pregnant. We were trying and I am ao excited but trying not to be too excited because of fear. I am trying to take it easy and not do as much as usual. Any advide on how to have a peaceful pregnancy after stillbirth?

This question was asked May. 9, 2017 4:05pm
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Answered by andycooper5 - Aug. 18, 2017 9:26am
Hello dear,
It is a great news that you are pregnant. In your case, I know it is legit to feel a bit scared. but being positive is how you can grow the baby in best ambiance. Make sure that you take every care and precaution during your pregnancy this time. Do not stress out or be under any kind of depression. The baby feels and gets hurt on every thing that you go through. Have a happy and safe pregnancy

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Answered by deepikas - Aug. 1, 2017 11:36am
Miscarriage is very horrible problem. You can save your new born baby like me. I also faced this problem in my life. We do proper research to understand the cause and get effective solution that is beneficial for you in many ways. I am feeling proud to share my experience with you to save valuable life of new born baby. We consult with Ukraine gynecologist to save from this situation. I want to express heartily thanks to God and Dr. to save my life to ruin. Now you need not to panic so you should only follow these powerful methods to prevent miscarriage in effective way.
The first most important thing you should keep in mind is proper way of sitting. You should avoid heavy workout work. The second important thing is healthy diet. It is very important to change your bad habit into good habit to save your baby life in natural way. You have to take proper balanced diet that helps you to maintain proper balance in hormones to handle this terrible problem like me.

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Answered by LinnyBuck - May. 11, 2017 1:31am
I'm in the same boat. I had a miscarriage last December and am about 5 weeks pregnant now. I'm having some complications (spotting and cramping) that has me terrified. But my doctor is following me closely and is tracking my hpt via blood draws every week. That alone has made me feel better, just being able to track my levels as they rise. I also stalk Google constantly and like to look up statistics. This page in particular is a good one: http://spacefem.com/pregnant/mc.php?m=08&d=10&y=12 Each day you don't have issues is one day closer to goal! Other than that, I try to keep the panic from my mind. Deep breathing helps, keeping busy helps, reading or binge watching TV helps. I know it's insanely hard to stay calm, but you do whatever it takes! Keep in mind, the odds of two miscarriages in a row is only something like 1 to 3 percent. Good luck and happy pregnancy!

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