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    Yay nic!!
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    I think my dog is in labour! Yep - you read right 😳😁😱😯🐶

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    I have heard before that you should wait 18 months following csect so I wonder if my clinic would have a duty of care. As such to wait til then before they would let me get pregnito again? Ill ask the question I saw them the other week I like to take mason in on the day women have transfers so the ladies in the waiting room can see exactly what their hard work will give them at the end they told me I would need to wait til I am no longer breast feeding not sure when I am going to stop as the drugs would go through to bub through breast milk and they don't know what affect they could have on him. I put our house selling plans on hold but I am starting to get back into it now once I am in my new house I will get cracking on baby number two and may not return to work I want three kids before 30 I'm 26 now so I have lots of work to do hahaha. Mason is teething an it's giving him grief the poor darling I'm struggling seeing my usually happy carefree bub screaming in pain. I'm using bonjela panadol amber beads rusk sticks frozen banana for him to chew on teething rings and nothing seems to make him happy does anyone have any remedies I can try? He is fine at night and doesn't wake from it but he is soo unhappy during the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshell23 View Post
    I have heard before that you should wait 18 months following csect so I wonder if my clinic would have a duty of care. As such to wait til then before they would let me get pregnito again? Ill ask the question I saw them the other week I like to take mason in on the day women have transfers so the ladies in the waiting room can see exactly what their hard work will give them at the end they told me I would need to wait til I am no longer breast feeding not sure when I am going to stop as the drugs would go through to bub through breast milk and they don't know what affect they could have on him. I put our house selling plans on hold but I am starting to get back into it now once I am in my new house I will get cracking on baby number two and may not return to work I want three kids before 30 I'm 26 now so I have lots of work to do hahaha. Mason is teething an it's giving him grief the poor darling I'm struggling seeing my usually happy carefree bub screaming in pain. I'm using bonjela panadol amber beads rusk sticks frozen banana for him to chew on teething rings and nothing seems to make him happy does anyone have any remedies I can try? He is fine at night and doesn't wake from it but he is soo unhappy during the day
    18 months??? That seems ages!!

    My sister in laws sister in law (lol) told me about a product called medijel which is apparently stronger than bonjela - her 1st 2 boys got through teething with bonjela but her 3rd struggled and she said that medijel did the trick

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    Medigel is what pharmacist suggested when I asked what to use for teething before it kicked in I will go get some today I'd totally forgotten about it.
    Apparently after csect you have higher chance of uterus rupturing but saying that I have plenty of friends who had second bub no dramas

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    Freaking out about my poor doggy! Hubby just took her off to the vet fingers crossed she pulls through she's not well I just hope she hasn't lost the puppies if indeed she is in labour as I suspect she might be. Our male dog is going mental the poor thing...waiting waiting! I wonder if animals both male and female feel the same things as us and our partners when we have babies.

    As for my little baby boy he had 4 teaspoons at lunch and we introduced a 2nd meal so he had 2 teaspoons at dinner yesterday. Today we are introducing carrot...yummy!

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    Nic I did t get on here in time to wish you a happy holiday! I'm so jealous!!Would love to know any tips as we are hoping to go away soon and would ideally like it to be overseas.

    Adden could you please pm me the tips you gave Nic, ESP how you found new York with a bub. It's my mum's 50th next year and she would like the three of us Togo there but I'm a bit hesitant so would love to hear how you went.

    As for future kids, I am really set on the fact that I'm happy with just the one but my hubby would love another. Either way we probably won't look at starting again til late next year, we don't mind a bit of a gap in between and I want to spend as much one on one time with Zoe as I can. We have two frosties still so will probably try with those first given all we went through to get them. However we probably won't do another IVF cycle if those don't work and neither does trying naturally.

    Those that have started solids has the bub taken to eating straight away? I've tried a few times and Zoe just pushes it out of her mouth so should I take that as a sign she isn't ready yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafty45 View Post
    Nic I did t get on here in time to wish you a happy holiday! I'm so jealous!!Would love to know any tips as we are hoping to go away soon and would ideally like it to be overseas.

    Adden could you please pm me the tips you gave Nic, ESP how you found new York with a bub. It's my mum's 50th next year and she would like the three of us Togo there but I'm a bit hesitant so would love to hear how you went.

    As for future kids, I am really set on the fact that I'm happy with just the one but my hubby would love another. Either way we probably won't look at starting again til late next year, we don't mind a bit of a gap in between and I want to spend as much one on one time with Zoe as I can. We have two frosties still so will probably try with those first given all we went through to get them. However we probably won't do another IVF cycle if those don't work and neither does trying naturally.

    Those that have started solids has the bub taken to eating straight away? I've tried a few times and Zoe just pushes it out of her mouth so should I take that as a sign she isn't ready yet?
    How old is she now Crafty? I started Will right on 4mths ( 17 actual weeks) and he is eating everything and anything. I would guess she might not be ready cause every bub is different but you could also try her on something different. What have you tried?

    I hope your furry baby is ok Sl. Definitely want some pics of puppies soon. How cute will pics of them with Orlando be.

    1st hurdle over Nic how was it?? I think it could ( shoot me now if I'm wrong) to spend some quality time with bub without any distractions. If she is anything like my boy she will be in her element being cuddled and getting to sleep on you.

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    She is 4.5 months now dragon. Ie tried her on and off since 4 on apple, rice cereal, pear, banana and pumpkin but all the same result. I know it's silly to measure one bub against another but all ur ladies little ones seem to be gobbling it up!

    Are they little staffy puppies SL?? They are just adorable are t they. We were strongly advised by our vet on how dangerous labour can be for them as they are so stocky at the front and narrow at the back so I hope she is ok.

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    Hylands teething tablets are fantastic for teething. And nurofen is better than panadol.
    I was told I couldn't get pregnant for 6 months after c section, and my uterus was stretched to hell and back.

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