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    Thanks so much ladies. We love the name too! It's perfect for her. I'll post birth story tomorrow but tbh I didn't like the c-section much at all

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    Bond thanks for the tips. I am on it all other than the dates I have some at home. 6 a day seems like a lot. Is that too keep you regular? Is there something else about them?

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    First baby girl born (excluding mickey as she never returned) hope you are right about both Sage! look forward to the last May baby being born

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    Thanks so much ladies. We love the name too! It's perfect for her. I'll post birth story tomorrow but tbh I didn't like the c-section much at all
    Oh no, I am sorry you didn't like the c-section. I had a feeling you would say that. I hope you recover quickly and safely.

    I keep looking at her cheeks; I love chubby cheeks

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    is it possible to feel the baby move at 10w? I just had a sensation like bubbles (kind of like gas but not) deep in my abdomen.

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    It's not impossible I suppose! I felt bub move at 11+5, only once, haven't since then.

    Have an anterior placenta so not sure when I'll feel it move regularly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    It's not impossible I suppose! I felt bub move at 11+5, only once, haven't since then.

    Have an anterior placenta so not sure when I'll feel it move regularly.
    I just thought maybe it could be that because I have ever had that feeling before and it surprised me.

    Did you find out about your anterior placenta at the 12w scan?

    Hoping I don't have one... I already have a 'tilted' uterus

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    Yeah, I just saw her type anterior placenta on a picture - so I just assumed

    It may well have been! I wish I had felt my again since so I knew it wasn't in my head, lol. Especially after seeing it going nuts at the scan - I cannot believe I can't feel it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Yeah, I just saw her type anterior placenta on a picture - so I just assumed

    It may well have been! I wish I had felt my again since so I knew it wasn't in my head, lol. Especially after seeing it going nuts at the scan - I cannot believe I can't feel it!

    Ahh yes that is a bit of a give away haha.

    They have lots of room in there at the moment, on the plus side not much longer and you will feel him/her all the time That is exciting! I cannot wait for that.


 

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