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    Default 14 wk old and pregnant again help

    I had my baby in April just did pregnancy test and I'm utd. I had c section, is this dangerous? I'm freaking out. Of course this wasn't planned and was a silly mistake but we will love this baby just as much.

    Any tips appreciated ahhhhhhh


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    Oh wow congrats Monnie! Must be a shock but I bet you are excited to!
    My ob said that if we got pregnant straight away it wouldn't be an issue that the whole you must wait at least a year isn't true
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    Oh thanks maco I was freaking out my scar is still a bit red as some stitches haven't dissolved still.

    Definitely a shock df said he wants the snip LOL!


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    I still have a bit of pain along my scar Hopefully it won't be an issue for you!

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    Congratulations and good luck ☺

    I would book in with my OB as soon as possible just to get peace of mind.

    Can you call and talk it through over the phone?

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    No advice just want to say congrats

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    Thank you I'm off to gp tomorrow I went public last time but had few medical problems with LO, and had to do outpatient care with private otherwise waiting list would be ridiculous but phi didn't cover as an outpatient so I'm going full private this time. I need to find an OB!


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    Congrats on your pregnancy

    My middle two girls are only 10.5 months apart and were both c/s. I never had any problems, the scar healed perfectly the second time around!!

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    Thanks baby g4. Can u give me some tips to what helped at home etc? I'm hoping df can take his annual leave and RDO's which is around 8 weeks! LOL so no holidays at Christmas which I won't mind! As this will be a big transition...

    I'm so nervous!


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    Best bits of advice would have to be become organized with your meals, that's if you aren't already. Either have them prepared and frozen or for me the slow cooker was and still is my best friend. Get your 14 week old to be flexible with sleeps. So establish a routine but change it up a bit so when the baby arrives and has a nap then put your eldest down at the same time. When DD3 arrived I had a near 3 year old and 10.5 month old so in the mornings I'd put DD2 asleep once bub slept and in the arvo I'd put all 3 of them to sleep at the same time. It gave me a chance to catch a break or sleep or even tidy up.
    I loved the close age gap the best and you just learn to juggle and adapt to having 2 babies of different ages!!

    Best of luck and feel free to ask any questions


 

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