Sorry for your loss. I just had a miscarrige as well...I completely understand what you are going through. In my case I did not bleed I was feeling perfectly fine and when I went for my second ultrasound to our surprise there was no baby. :(…"
"eugenia, thank you so much for the reply. Ireally don't want to move, but today I've decided I need to explore the options. Say, when are you due? I'm very happy to hear things are going well. blessings! I don't know if you have…"
Well my pregnancy so far so good. Went to the Oftalmologist and my eyes are good. Only sugar levels a little bit crazy. But besides that I feel great. A little tired and a little bit more hungry than usual. I'll keep you posted. Yes I…"
I just found out that I am pregnant. I am scared since I have Diabetes and high blod preasure as well. My endo told me that he definetly was against me getting pregnant. But I got pregnant before he said that without knowing. How were…"
eugenia, thank you so much for the reply. Ireally don't want to move, but today I've decided I need to explore the options. Say, when are you due? I'm very happy to hear things are going well. blessings! I don't know if you have the time, but I'd love to see pictures of where you live. do most people speak English there?
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