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    Rutabaga is offline Getting it together, one day at a time.
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    The Good - the monster is growing and letting me know it! Finally not exhausted constantly. We've found out monsters sex, and it's a wonderful secret just for the two of us.

    The Bad - grunting!! I'm making weird oof noises with almost every movement. The painful Braxton Hicks every evening. Losing my memory.

    The Ugly - having to sleep partially upright or suffer headaches for the next 2-3 days. Having one cankle, one normal ankle. Spider veins on my cankle and calf!!! Just found them today.

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    The good: after 7 IVF cycles finally getting PG! The wiggles, kicks and rolls that I feel from my beautiful baby, watching my belly grow! Hubby bonding with bub! (I could go on!)

    The Bad: NO sex drive whatsoever! The heartburn and sore back!

    The Ugly: I can no longer tidy my who ha so no idea what that looks like

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abubby View Post
    I can no longer tidy my who ha so no idea what that looks like
    It only just occured to me that I haven't seen mine in a while, no chance of getting down there now either lol

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    I like this thread!!!

    Here's mine:

    The Good: Knowing there is a little "us" inside of me. Feeling it move around, watching hubby feel it move around. Feeling it move in places where it wasn't before!!! The warm fuzzy feeling about being a mum soon! Oh my lovely soft & shiny hair. Nails are pretty good too.

    The Bad: Feeling out of breath - mainly after eating - and not from eating too much - just running out of room I think! Legs feeling flabby from lack of regular exercise. Eating things I shouldn't be eating - seems to be a lack of self control (pregnancy related!) Rolling over in bed - yowchie. Got to hold the bump or I get stretching pains around my lower abdomen. Feeling fat & scared about weight gain. Paranoid about what people think & taking every comment people say too personally.

    The Ugly: Vaginal discharge - omfg. What is with this???? Noone ever talks about this, and I have been feeling completely unnormal - like it's way too much - surely? After reading your posts I feel more normal now! My skin!!! YUCK. The pill made my skin good. Being off the pill - terrible. Pimples on my shoulders, top of arms & back! Hideous. Make me feel revolting....

    Sex drive has been good - just too tired to act on it sometimes! ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarcyJ View Post
    It only just occured to me that I haven't seen mine in a while, no chance of getting down there now either lol
    I had this problem so last week I went and got a Brazilian. Problem solved!

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    I have something to add to the bad


    Baby turning breech, worst pain of my life!! I was so close to calling 000!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippi View Post
    I had this problem so last week I went and got a Brazilian. Problem solved!
    See I have considered this but have heard it hurts so much more when pregnant. I also seem to get ingrown hairs the times I have been waxed. But I am having a c section so think I will need to do something about at least my bikini line or they will shave it anyway and hairs coming back through the incision was really itchy last time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allymumtobe View Post
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    Baby turning breech, worst pain of my life!! I was so close to calling 000!!!
    Ouch! Never even occurred to me what that would feel like. hugs

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    Ps I have not yet had leaky nipples-should I have? I'm 26 weeks. I can squeeze the tiniest bit of colostrum out but they are not leaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    See I have considered this but have heard it hurts so much more when pregnant. I also seem to get ingrown hairs the times I have been waxed. But I am having a c section so think I will need to do something about at least my bikini line or they will shave it anyway and hairs coming back through the incision was really itchy last time.
    Yes it hurt more, but so worth it! It was over and done with pretty quick too!


 

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