So far I have had what I think is a pretty good 1st trimester. I have had no morning sickness but have had breast tenderness, cramping and am hungry all the time. My only aversion is eggs. My heartbreak comes from my boyfriend wanting nothing to do with it. I found out at 6 weeks and told him. A couple of days later he snapped blamming me and saying he can't trust me. I was on the Nuva ring when i got pregnant. I talked him into going with me to one of my Dr appointments and he came. I got him to hear the heart beat to see if he would have a change of heart but nothing he didn't budge. Right after he asked me when and where we could get rid of it. I was in tears. This is so far the hardest part of being pregnant. We have been dating for a little over a year. I am feeling completely lost because I really do want to have our baby.
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replied May 26th, 2010
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Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. I can understand the pain and agony you’re going through. In such a scenario, it makes sense to consult a psychiatrist opinion as you seem to be feeling low. This should help you in coping with the present situation. You might need a counselling session. It will be great if you can take your boyfriend along. It should help him also in taking the responsibility of the child instead of being averse. In this way, the stress which you are going through should lessen as it is not good for you to be under so much stress during the pregnancy. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.






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replied May 26th, 2010
I had that experience with my spouse. We had only been dating for four years when I fell pregnant. I know only four years your saying. LOL. At first he wouldn't talk to me. He refused to go to the doctor with me. So i stopped talking about the baby around him. It gave him a chance to cope on his own. I dont know why but he eventually came around. Im hoping your boyfriend will as well. IF he dont though remember your family loves you and will be there for you to support you through this. You dont have to have the babies daddy around just for the sake of the baby. ANd if this is something you want then go for it. It will truly bring plenty of blessing to your life.
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replied July 11th, 2010
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Gilesgirl24,
Life can bring many challenges but pray and ask God to see you through and to help YOU make the right decisions...Im also in agreement with Snuggums.
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