First Trimester

Trying to get pregnant is an exciting time in a woman's life, but it isn't always easy. From counting menstrual cycles to buying countless pregnancy tests, getting pregnant is often an experience in and of itself. We want to hear about all of your experiences, from your first pregnancy test right up to your first pregnancy symptoms. And feel free to share your conception secrets with other hopeful couples!


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*Young and sick*


I am 10 weeks into my first pregnancy. I am sick as crap all the time. I have already gone to the hospital once for vomiting and dehydration. The doctor told me I had hyperemic which only 1 % of pregnant women get, lucky me!! It is not fun! I hope very much it goes away in the next few weeks, other than that and sore breasts I feel normal. I am only 19 years of age but have been on my own for 3 years. So all you ladies who are going to have to be on your own, donít worry! It's not easy but itís not impossible.

Rach






What am i to do???

Well where do I begin I was seeing this lad who is 21yrs old. I used to be seeing him over a year ago but we broke up due to misunderstandings and so we got back together this year in may 9th 2007. I was over the moon and everything June 28th came and I missed a period I was like OMG WHAT AM I DO TO!!

I went for a scan I was 5 weeks pregnant I told him and he seemed happy. My family trying to kick me out and I'm now 11 weeks pregnant and nowhere to go. My partner has broken up with me and wants nothing to do with the child or me and I donít understand what it is I have done wrong.

So I sit and suffer hearing my parents nagging me 24:7 I mean Iím 19 YEARS OLD I feel as though itís my bloody choice not theirs. Fair enough I live under their roof in their house but that does not give them the right to try to rule my life and my future.


Francesca R






After 2 Miscarriages...

Hi my name is Stephanie I have one daughter named Allyana she is three years old. I was very young when I had my daughter. Around April of 2006 I found out I was pregnant by taking a home pregnancy test it came out positive. I was over excited it was one week later that I started getting crapping I went into the bathroom and saw that I was bleeding a lot. I told my boyfriend to take me to the ER.

When I arrived there the wait was long. Finally the doctor came and saw me and told me that I was suffering a miscarriage. I remember crying but the doctor told me it was ok I was about 6 weeks into my pregnancy and the miscarriage was a way my body was getting rid of a unhealthily baby. About three months later I got the good news I was pregnant again. I found out in Aug. of 2006. I was in shocked and excited that I gotten pregnant again.

One month passes by and I was still okay with my pregnancy. I thought that I wasnít going to lose this baby and I was finally going to have a baby. Into my third month I woke up early in the morning to pee as I wiped myself I saw a lot of blood coming out. At that moment my heart was crushed I looked at the blood and started crying. I couldnít stop crying. How could this happen to me again? I started telling myself that it most likely something wrong with my body that I canít stay pregnant.

I didnít want to tell anyone so I put on a pad and carried on. It felt like every passing day the craps would be more painfully I went on like this for almost a week until I got a fever and was unable to walk or stand without feeling faint. My mother-in-law at that point rushed me into the hospital the ER staff took me right away. They told me that I loss a lot of blood and went straight into surgery because I was bleeding a lot but the baby would not pass out of my body. It was dead but stuck inside my womb. I got out of the hospital the following day. A week after I got out I had a follow-up.

The doctor told me that I lost the baby because a blood clot had formed in the placenta. It been almost a year since I last miscarried and one week ago I found out that I am currently 6-7 weeks pregnant. I am happy but at the same time Iím scared. Iím afraid that one day I will wake up and see blood. Iím afraid because I donít think I can handle losing another child. I will never forget the two babies I carried inside of me although I never got to meet them I love them as much as I love my daughter and the baby inside of me at this moment. Even though we never met they are still a part of me in which I will have a special place inside me. Iím scared of the outcome of this pregnancy but I pray to God every day that I will never have to lose another child hopefully he come though with this prayer and answer me with a blessing.


stephanie






Scared

I just found out that I am pregnant, and am very scared. I have only been dating the father for a few months, and I am scared of how I am going to be able to do this all. I don't have any family to help me, and I just don't know what I am going to do.

Jenn






1st time

I was taught so much about teenage pregnancy and I promised I wouldn't do it. I have way too high of goals to doing it. I was so proud to say I was a virgin I was always called the one who would be successful in life. Not too long after I fell in love with this boy I let him break my virginity. Even though I knew he had no feelings for me I did it. Come to find out I am now 1 month pregnant from my first time. I didn't think of my consequences for my actions.

I never imagined it would happen to me. I fell in love with a stupid boy and did stupid things. I haven't told anyone what happened and when I start showing it will be such a disappointment and I just want to run away but I don't believe in running from my problems. Bad thing is he doesn't even know and besides me he has another girl pregnant.

I want to let people know that your virginity is very important and think about it very strongly before you do it. Don't be ashamed to say you're a virgin. If you decide to have sex make sure you have protection even though it's not always safe so make sure you're ready to live a life with a child of your own. I don't regret it but wish I waited later.


Ray Ray







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