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Anonymous asked in Pregnancy & ParentingPregnancy · 1 decade ago

8 weeks pregnant and want advice

I was sitting in a kitchen chair and picked a 3 year old up onto my lap. I don't think that would cause any problems. It was like only a couple inches. I am paranoid. I'm not feeling well. My pelvis feels full and crampy (not excruciating and no bleeding) and I had a MISSED miscarriage not too long ago.

Update:

I'm on holdiays and have no access to my doctor until August 17. Also, he says to treat this pregnancy like a regular one that he does not believe anything I did caused the last miscarriage.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I had a miscarriage in Feb. this year and got pregnant 3.5 months later. Now I baby sit a 19 month old 2 days and a 15 month old 2 days each week. I've had no problems and my doctor hasn't worried about this. I'm now 15 w 1 d. If you feel pretty bad, you may want to see your doctor just to set your mind at ease though. I know how it is to be paranoid after a miscarriage, trust me!

  • You probably didnt do any damage. However since you have had a miscarriage, a recent one, I would be very careful how you pick up anything. You know the best way is to bend at your knees. I still forget and bend at my waist, then I hurt in the pelvic area for a day or so.

    Source(s): Pregnant w/2nd, 17.5 weeks
  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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  • 1 decade ago

    that's tough, when i was pregnant with my second one i picked up my 4 year old practically the whole time, but if you have had a history of problems then maybe it's not a good idea, but i would talk to the doctor for sure. it's better to be safe than sorry; and the doctor isn't going to care if you bug them :-)

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