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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I am lying on the couch and...I can feel my boy!!! Wasn't 100% it was him but 5 mins later it's still going on so I think it's him! This is awesome.
    Wow that's great Rainbow, it's such a wonderful feeling and will just get stronger and stronger from now on. Was it a bubbling or wind like sensation? Often feels a bit like that at first!

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    AFM - well today is my due date and no sign of baby. I have slight pressure down there and a bit of an achy pelvis but that's it. Labour seems like its a long way off. I am taking DD to her Gymbaroo class today so maybe I should put my hospital bag in the car just in case. I have an app with my ob tomorrow who leaves for holidays at midday after our app then I am meeting his fill in dr tomorrow afternoon. I just hope they don't induce me now that I have come this far.Come on baby! I am starting to get texts asking if I have had bub. I have decided not to reply
    Happy due date! Just remember that you can't be forced into anything. If you don't want an induction, and everything is fine medically, then you don't have to have one. You could try a S&S first, or nipple stimulation every day, and sex is helpful too. The pressure feeling is good, just try to relax and let your body do it's thing. Baby will be here soon i'm sure and you'll do great.

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    I just had a very scary thing happen, was sitting at my desk and then everything went all blurry and I couldn't read anything and I had flashing at the side of my eyes for 20 mins. Was awful. Now I can see again. Is this normal?
    Hmm not sure, doesn't sound normal but may not be anything to panic about. Maybe a visual migraine coming on? Or a nerve in your eye gone funny? Can you call your doctor or midwife and ask if it's anything to worry about? I think maybe blood pressure issues can cause visual disturbances but could be totally wrong. How horrid for you, take a break from your computer if you can!


    AFM- well hubby called and apologised to me. He said he knew it was wrong that he didn't see my calls and should have been more careful/aware as it could have been an emergency. His friend won some money and bought him drinks, hence he'd had quite a lot! I said he's 40 yrs old now, not a teenager, with one kid and one on the way so needs to be a bit more responsible! Anyway, we're ok now. But I feel so incredibly tired and have a late home visit to do before I get home. Will definately make sure he cooks dinner and puts Toby to bed, as per your suggestion Maybee Baybee!

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    Bond it felt like a pulse. I thought it was my pulse but it was irregular and not in one place. It sort of felt like when you step onto an escalator that's not moving and your stomach drops? Carried on for about ten mins then I had to get up. Hope I feel it again soon!

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    Rainbow, yay for feeling your boy move. It is a beautiful feeling and a great reminder that you are pregnant.

    Channy, my last week of work has been very busy. Seems everyone is lining up to get things done before I go. I'm an accountant for a manufacturing company. I haven't experienced any blurred vision or anything, but have heard others say it can be a sign that your blood pressure is either too high or too low (can't remember which one)

    LilPetal, happy due date. Hopefully your bub is engaging.

    Maybee, hope your bub is getting sick of life in the inside.

    AFM, ob appointment went well. Everything is normal. Bub is head down but not engaged. She's in her usual position with her hands covering her face, elbows resting on her knees. Ob said she'll induce me before I get to 41 weeks, so worst case, I'll have a bub in 4 weeks. Ob said I should be attending a breast feeding class before bub is born, so best organise that.

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    Channy it might be a BP thing. I'd mention it to your care provider next time unless it happens again in which case i would book an appt to discuss it.

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    I started violently vomiting so have come home and in bed

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    Channy, contact OB or Dr - I too have heard that it is to do with blood or something, but I remember that the advice was always to see medical practitioner.
    A few weeks ago I just woke up and would have blurred vision for a few hours and when I spoke to OB he just wanted to check things.
    Hope your ok lovely xx

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    Oh dear Channy

    Maybe a trip to Dr or OB is in order? It might be nothing but it might be something

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    Channy I agree with Rainbow. Better to get it checked out for peace of mind. Hugs

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    Channy, I think you should see a dr or ob and get checked out. It could be you've just picked up something, but best to get checked. Take care Hun. Hope you feel better soon xoxo

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    Channy, definitely get it checked out please! Hopefully it's something minor. It could be the onset of a migraine?


 

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