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    Quote Originally Posted by jorjarenee View Post
    sorry to change the subject but this is driving me nutty! does anybody else have an itchy scalp? I suffered from dandruff before I fell pregnant (not too bad but bad enough to use shampoo's for it) and now that I'm pregnant OH MY it's like multiplied by 10! it's so so so frustrating!
    No, I haven't had an itchy scalp. Bit I'm sure it's probably related to your pregnancy!
    It can do the weirdest things to your body :S
    Maybe ask your midwife at your next appointment? Or the chemist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorjarenee View Post
    sorry to change the subject but this is driving me nutty! does anybody else have an itchy scalp? I suffered from dandruff before I fell pregnant (not too bad but bad enough to use shampoo's for it) and now that I'm pregnant OH MY it's like multiplied by 10! it's so so so frustrating!
    YES!!!! I am 17w3d and for the last week my head has been driving me crazy. I have psoriasis but its in patches this itch is my entire scalp. So glad to see I'm not the only one. It's horrible though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummy and T View Post
    YES!!!! I am 17w3d and for the last week my head has been driving me crazy. I have psoriasis but its in patches this itch is my entire scalp. So glad to see I'm not the only one. It's horrible though!
    I'm sorry but I'm soooo glad I'm not the only one! Lol! i was using my T-Gel shampoo but I recently read 'Not recommended for use during pregnancy or breast feeding' so I threw it out! scared me. lol. it wasn't helping much anyway. might just have to stick it out I think

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    How are we all feeling ladies?

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    hey girls I've finally hit the 12 week mark and things haven't changed too much. I'm still tired but I don't feel nauseous at the thought of food now, besides McDonalds and that food. how is everyone else feeling?

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    I'm feeling pretty great! I'm 19 weeks+2 and not that tired anymore.
    I'm eating meat again too which is good.
    I'm a bit achy some days. I just found out that the achyness is worse second time around as your muscles aren't as tight anymore after carrying your first baby.
    I'm enjoying everything though. Baby is kicking a lot

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    oh lolakitty how exciting!!! When did you first feel a kick?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jorjarenee View Post
    oh lolakitty how exciting!!! When did you first feel a kick?
    Very early with this bub, it was like 16,17 weeks

    With my first it was more like 20 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lolakitty View Post
    Very early with this bub, it was like 16,17 weeks

    With my first it was more like 20 weeks.
    Thats exciting, I am 15 weeks and starting to feel a lot better no movements yet but I am excited about all of this can't wait for the next scan

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubblesb20 View Post
    Thats exciting, I am 15 weeks and starting to feel a lot better no movements yet but I am excited about all of this can't wait for the next scan
    Glad to hear you are feeling better Scans are so much fun!! I just love coming home with cute pictures to show off

    We are booked in for our 20 week scan on the 19th.


 

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