The first trimester of pregnancy is a time filled with excitement and celebration. But it can also be a period of difficult changes, both physical and emotional. From morning sickness to mood swings, the first trimester is unlike any other, and we at Pregnancy Stories want to hear about it! Keep us informed about your first pregnancy experiences, especially those pregnancy symptoms, fetal development, and, of course, your baby's first ultrasound! We can't wait to hear from you!
I think I am pregnant, I am not sure of not butt I asked my boyfriend what he would do if I was pregnant and he said that it wouldn't be his or what ever. I'm really nervous I tried beer for the first time in my life and worse came to worse (but that was the whole meaning of this - I wanted to have sex).
Iím really scared and if I am that my boy friend will break up with me. I am 13 and my last period I was bleeding out brown not like a dark brown and I am getting a bit nervous.
I will be too embarrassed to go out and get a pregnancy test. And if I get caught with it than my dad will explode. Iím really exited to know if Iím pregnant. If I am I will try to keep the baby. I don't believe in abortion but Iím like sooo anxious.
I want to know.
When?Well I'm 18 and me and my husband to be have been trying to get pregnant for a while and today, a week after my last period and two days since I last had sex, I spotted, which could be breakthrough bleeding...
I really want kids and I donít want to get my hopes up but its just so hard... so WHEN? When am I going to finally be able to tell everyone that I'm pregnant and be able to bask in the beauty of pregnancy? I mean my mom has many kids and so does her mom... including my older sister who had kids when she was 16... Could I be the one that canít have kids?
I hate having to wait and question and wonder about the unknown... All I want is kids and thatís all I ask for... It sucks when people tell me Iíd be such a good mom... And "Why donít you have kids yet?" I hate it... so maybe soon Iíll be able to say, "Hey everyone Iím pregnant". But When?
When you want to you can't...Have you ever noticed that the people who seem to have no problem getting pregnant are the ones who do not want to be pregnant? Ironic huh?
Just about everyone I know has been pregnant and/or had a baby in the last three years. All of them were unplanned and all of them took the news like a ton of bricks had been thrown into their faces. My best friend decided to have an abortion and she needed my support. I remember going to Planned Parenthood with her and seeing the tiny little dot on the screen. She would not even look at it and I will never forget her words - "Just get rid of it." All I wanted to do was get a print out of that sucker and paste it all over my fridge.
Another friend of mine took the abortion pill and I stopped in to bring her soup while she lay doubled over in bed, moaning through the pain. I thought to myself: I would go through that pain and more to conceive the damn thing and you are there getting rid of it, like it is no big deal. Then there are the other people I know, mainly acquaintances, who went through with the pregnancy and now have beautiful children that they love. They are good mothers, for the most part, but some of them still complain that they never get to go out and would kill for a drink. I would kill for the opportunity to be awoken in the middle of the night by the sound of my baby's cries, even if it IS five times a night.
It just seems funny, though, that some women can make eye contact with a man and get pregnant and be miserable and disappointed, and there are others of us who wait patiently, every month, with the hope that our "little friend" will delay her visit for the next ten months. Take myself for example: I have been married for three years and am 26 years old, my husband and I are happy and successful, and we have recently begun trying for a baby. I am happy that we have been able to have time alone together and would not do things any differently, but the nagging question still lurks in the back of my mind: why didn't the "accidental baby" happen to me? I was the one that would have been excited, jumping up and down and thrilled at the prospect. I am more mature and patient and caring. Why them and not me: why is it that the people who want to wait, don't want kids or are not old enough or mature enough for the responsibility have NO PROBLEM getting pregnant?
I do not have the answers for you or myself, but do feel good knowing that it will happen for all of us at some point or another, when the Universe and God decide that the timing is right. It's all about faith and giving it up to something greater than ourselves.
Good fortune to all the women like me.
PRAYIN 4 A LIL ANGEL!!I always wanted to have a baby so I had one when I was 17, but I had a bad news. I had a miscarriage. That changed my whole life because I always wanted one and now I'm scared that it might happen again.
So now I want to try and get pregnant and hopefully everything will turn out very good, because me and my boyfriend are trying so hopefully we will have our dreams come true.
Pray for me!!!!
anxiousWell Iím 17 years old. Iíve started dating this very special guy when he was 23 and I was 16, and now heís 24. We have recently gotten married January 20th - to be exact our plans were to get married in April but we wanted children, and the more I thought about it the more I began to see girls that were pregnant. I was on the birth control patch for about 10 months and I went off it on Jan 12. .
My story isnít as dramatic as some peoples because Iíve only been trying for a month. My periods were never regular before. I would have them three months and then miss one. I missed my period here recently and hoped I was pregnant. I think Iíve taken 13 pregnancy tests and every time they have showed negative. I want this more than anything and so does my husband. Iím still in school but I probably will end up getting my GED.
I have had symptoms of pregnancy. I have constant headaches, severe mood swings, I have to pee all the time and I get the light cramping. I've read stories of girls that have taken test after test and got all negative results but then come to find out months later that they actually were. Iím hoping Iím one of those girls, but I guess Iíll see.
Iím coming up on my second month. Me and my husband have sex all the time, not just to get pregnant because we have always been like that, thatís our special time together but anyways maybe this month I ovulated and got pregnant. Iíll keep y'all posted.
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