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    Emma-Im guessing hiccups too

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    Can you feel them down there IYKWIM lol

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    Think they musthave been hiccups cause they stopped and are not happening any more thanks for the help ladies

    new question ( I'm full of them this weekend lol)

    What do you pack in a hospital bag?? Does anyone have a good list all I know is you should take your own nappies ??

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    Emma-your website for you hospital should have a list,ours does.We have to take everything for ourselves & the bubs apart from linen/towells basically. clothes for both,pads & nursing pads for you,nappies,baby bath wash,powder,creams,bottles & formula if not feeding. I was shocked, when i had my last one 14yrs ago they still supplied everything even pads,nappies everything.i just took clothes for me & nursin bra pads that was about it.

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    Randwick doesn't have a website per say it's part of nsw health so the most details you get is a phone number

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    Oh Bummer... maybe ask the ante natal clinic when next there possibly.

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    Question about boobs girls
    When did you start wearing a Maternity Bra?
    I am starting to spill out of my DD's so i am thinking that soon i will need to get some new Bras however i don't see the point in buying normal underwire ones. On the other hand i am sure they will get bigger so will the Mat Bra i buy early on still fit me once bubbs is born?

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    Lissy-i always started at 12 weeks & they saw me through all last 3 pregnancies did the same.I looked at buying some online today but there measurements say im a 14C in a berlei bra but im spilling out of a berlei bra now thats a 12D !! So emailed them & they said go get a proper fitting at bras n things first to check sizing but bras n things dont stock the berlei bra i want !!! Dumb woman.No one stocks them up here & i have to buy them online but just doesnt make any sense to go up a size but down in cup size.You should get away from a wire bra as soon as you can supposedly something to do with the milk ducts & ligaments inside & also the uncomfortableness of them BUT i think i'll be everywhere without a wire !!! So need to have a bra shopping day (yuk) try on different brands & sizes to see where i am at.Cant see a C cup fitting me at all

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    Lissy - I haven't yet started wearing them as i haven't gone up a size yet ... Phewww...I brought a couple for afterwards just cause I figure at the hospital it would be easier and more comfortable to rest in a mat bra rather than my normal ones but I still wear my normal bra wire and all

    Pls- I asked about that milk duct issue with the doc he said he had never heard of anything like that but I'm with you on the underwire thing no wire they tend to go north and south or east and west depends on where you are facing lol

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    Emma- was probably some other stupid woman telling me that crap to buy their bras at some stage & stupid me listened but i do know mine are killing me in my normal bras... each night have to peel off the bra & its like ouch & massive red marks from the wire.Not pleasant.


 

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