I've had three pregnancies, all with the worst morning sickness ever. I had it constantly all nine months so bad I'd get sick just by moving around too much. The first one I found out when I was three months and it was a normal pregnancy I guess. I had a lot of stress but it turned out great. The second one I got pregnant right after my car accident. It was a normal pregnancy as well besides all the morning sickness. She came so fast the day she was born though that the doctor wasn't even in the room. They joked that the bed delivered her. The third one I was only about three weeks pregnant when I figured it out. I was drinking a crown and coke and took one sip and got completely sick. I recognized the difference in the way I got sick and got a test which came back positive. Other than morning sickness I had a good pregnancy with a few accidents. On Christmas morning I went out into the hallway and didn't realize my oldest son had left his rocking horse there. It was completely dark and I stepped on the rockers and fell on the horse. I broke the horse off and my stomach landed right on the handle of the horse. It hurt really bad I was about 8 months pregnant. My husband came out and picked me up and put me in bed. After calling the doctor we decided it was best to go to the hospital and be monitored. It turned out good. The day of my due date though we got into a minor car wreck when another car pulled out in front of us, we had the right of way. Everyone thought I was going to have him that day but I didn't. I had him two and a half weeks past my due date. They had taken a sonogram and said that they must of had the date wrong because according to his measurements he was only going to be about five pounds. Well the next day when I had him he came out seven pounds eleven ounces! i had him really fast as well, they didn't even call my doctor saying it was going to be a long time. I had wanted to go without an epideral but was hurting and when they said it was going to be a long time I decided to get one. They sent my hubby out of the room and just when he finished I told the nurse that he was coming. She said no he isn't but when I started getting back onto the bed (one leg on and one leg off) she said oh oh. She had to delivery him quickly without me completely on the bed. It was really crazy but interesting. I got my tubes tied after he was born. But I do think about how I'm going to miss feeling life inside me, such a great experience. Also the joy of seeing your baby for the first time and knowing that they depend on you so much. It is a wonderful experience and should be cherished for the rest of your life.
I didn't know I was pregnant until I was 4 months, it happened at 5 +1/2 months. That was a whole year ago so i'm alright with it now. Easy come easy go I guess.
Don't know, had a MC.
I'm sorry :(