Freaking out! Does anyone have answers?

Grace - posted on 12/07/2012 ( 5 moms have responded )

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So i got into a fight w/ my boyfriend earlier tonight. I got mad to the point where i was screaming my lungs out like no tomorrow & punching things. I'm almost 13 weeks pregnant. Could that lead to a miscarriage?

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Denikka - posted on 12/07/2012

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Massive stress CAN cause a miscarriage. But a single incident, in a healthy pregnancy, is unlikely to. You should be fine.



BUT, the stress and negative hormones that your body goes through during a fight/stressful experience is not good for the baby. It can feel what you feel, it gets the rush of hormones too. You should really avoid such stressful situations. If you feel things are getting heated, leave the situation and come back when you've calmed down. That's a pretty good thing to do at any point in time, but especially when you're pregnant.

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Ana - posted on 12/22/2012

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Could, so be sure not to let anything get to you this bad for the remainder of your pregnancy. Too much stress can cause wayyy to many problems pregnant..

Choose your battles.

Denikka - posted on 12/08/2012

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If you're seriously concerned, go to a doctor.

Pregnancy can/does cause an increase in mucus production, so that could be what you're feeling (a sense of wetness?)



Beyond that, check with your doctor. If you feel that there's something wrong, as for an ultrasound. I would that that's the best way to determine if anything has gone wrong in the pregnancy (which may or may not be related to the incident, remember that) or if everything is progressing normally :)

Grace - posted on 12/08/2012

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Oh, okay. thanks! :) But after that night, i've been feeling so different. I always feel like i'm bleeding but when i go to the restroom to check, i'm not. Is that normal?

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