Yeah, I should probaly not lurk on there. I always find one AssH@le
I agree! I had no symptoms other than SUPER SUPER light brown spotting. I didn't think anything of it. It was for like two hours and then nothing. I walked into my 12w appointment like everything was amazing and was so SHOCKED when they broke the news to me. Now that the innocence is gone, I will be a cautious mess if/when we are able to conceive again. I don't even go to the first tri board anymore... it just makes me mad.
::hops on the bus::
I agree - I hate always being the downer but I reply truthfully to posts asking if something could be wrong. I'd rather scare someone than have them think they're ok and miss something important.
And the "I ate lunchmeat, soft cheese, blah blah blah" and my baby is fine. Or even more so the "our parents used BPA bottles and we're fine"...not everyone in our age group is "fine"....makes me SO angry. And listeria is real and pregnant women are susceptible to it. Yes, the risk is like 1 in 10,000, but what if you are that one and your baby dies? Then the statistics don't really matter, so don't mock someone for trying to be as careful as they can. I'm not saying you're a bad mom if you use bottles with BPA or eat lunchmeat, just that every woman is entitled to weigh her own risk/benefit threshold and shouldn't be judged for using her own judgment on the matter.