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EversBoo15
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I'm so confused right now...I read up on those Baby sites. I understand it, but its says stressing out is bad for a baby...is that true...b/c I've been stressing for a week now...I'm soooooo depressed. I just want to know how is stressing bad for a baby?...Will it a affect my baby???since im only like 3 weeks pregnant.I hope it won't...I'm confused I never heard this before until now...

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Aria51
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"only like three weeks" -- Have you not been to see a doctor yet, Evers? Your past posts would suggest you were more like six weeks. I highly suggest you seek medical attention if you truly are pregnant.

To answer your question, there's an article at webMD here that answers it pretty in-depth.

My OB told me to try to avoid stressful situations when I was pregnant, and I did. It was an extremely easy pregnancy. I think there's definitely something to that.


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EversBoo15
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Thanks maybe I'll cool it down a little...So much stuff to do in so little time.

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Heather
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(Evers, at this point, we're confused too, because a lot of what you've been posting isn't jelling -- you say three weeks now, but the incidents you reported which may have resulted in pregnancy was now over weeks ago, which, if you were pregnant, would make you anywhere from 2 months to six weeks pregnant, not three -- and to boot, you keep continually evading questions we've been asking in various posts, like when and if you did finally get a verified positive test and if you have yet seen a doctor.

If you have not yet done either of those things, especially if you may be pregnant and DO intend to bring a child to term, you need to do so, for your health and that of the possible fetus.)


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EversBoo15
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Its been like 6 weeks as of today...I found out three weeks ago...Thats what I'm trying to say...sorry For the confusion...I am in knots myself
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Have you seen a doctor yet?

If you're pregnant, you need to see a doctor a.s.a.p. so that you can start getting pre-natal care to protect your health and that of the fetus.

And I'm still not sure from your posts if you've had definite confirmation that you are pregnant or not. In this post, you said that your gyn had run a test which said you were not pregnant.

If you think you're pregnant, but haven't seen a doctor since then, then you really need to head back to the gyn for another test, and so that you can start getting pre-natal care if you are pregnant.


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EversBoo15
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I haven't seen her yet...I took ept pregnancy home test thingy..About three weeks ago it said i was. So I'll try to get a app. at the gyn A.S.A.P.....Thanks

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