I'm so sorry to hear about your miscarriage and I wish you all the best with this pregnancy.
I've never had any miscarriages, infact this is my first pregnancy. But I can kind of relate to the way that you are feeling.
I discovered my pregnancy at about 6 weeks, and at the time I had unbareable back pain, my boobs were really sore, I couldnt sleep because I felt so ill, I felt nauseous every morning and I went off most of my food.
However, by about 8 weeks all of this seemed to just disappear and I went back to feeling perfectly fine. I kept telling my partner; if it werent for the fact that I hadnt had my period I wouldnt even suspect that I was pregnant.
As the days passed and I continued feeling fine I became increasingly paranoid, every other pregnant woman I knew was experiencing morning sickness or some other kind of pregnancy complaint, why wasnt I the same? The fact that I was having all of these blood tests and screenings for down syndrome, etc. only made me worse, I was sure there was something wrong with my baby. It even got to the point where I started checking for blood every time that I went to the toilet!
Then I read about women such as yourself who have lost their baby without any sign of bleeding or pain and I was convinced that must have happened to me.
When I went for my 12 week Ultra Sound I was certain that all I would see was a blank, empty screen, so you can imagine how shocked I was to see my perfectly healthy little one wriggling around on the screen!
I'm currently 15 weeks and when I went to my obstetrician last week he told me every thing is going perfectly!
I guess all I'm trying to say is try not to worry. I know that must be really hard given what you've been through, but all you can do is try.
Morning sickness is supposed to subside at around 12 weeks, so hopefully that is all it is.
I hope it all turns out to be fine x
Katie, VIC, Aaliyah Kaylee born 28/11/06 & Mikayla