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    I think by law, once they know you are pregnant they need to find you another position which is safe for you. I'll check my pregnancy book when I get home.

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    I think I'm 7 weeks Friday but I've got my dating scan tomorrow morning. My mum is pretty worried about the repetitive lifting but I'm nervous to tell them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleduck View Post
    How far along are you? I can understand why you might be a bit hesitant if you're still in the first trimester, but if you didn't tell them and something happened would you regret it or blame yourself?

    Good luck with everything x
    Yeah if something happened I would always wonder if I caused it especially since I've been having cramping on and off.

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    good luck sjk... I Think its like anything...lifting, not too heavy, in moderation is ok.
    Also, its *Less* of a strain if your body is used to it....I mean, surely 20yrs ago, when ladies had kids every few years...their older ones still needed lifting while pregnant. DS, for example, is only 2.5....he requires lifting in/out of the cot, the car seat (can climb with help), into/out of pram, the bath, chairs etc...he is 15kgs. It wouldnt be as much as an extra stress on my body because im already doing it, regularly....
    If you think it could cause issues, and its stressing you, i would mention it though. The stress as well would not be good for bub.

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    Sjk, I was 7 weeks and working in layby with every one picking up there great big Christmas laybys. I had to just about run upstairs and carry with big awkward boxs back down. I wish I had told them, but I didn't even think too. I was totally busted after work, fall asleep on the bus home kind of busted.
    With you being worried I would tell them. Can you just tell your immediate manager?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funchu View Post
    I have my fx so tight for you miss v. Hopefully you held out & will get your BFP tomorrow! fx fx fx!!!
    I caved and tested this morning at 13dpo with a FRER. No such luck I'm afraid - a BFN 😓

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss v View Post
    I caved and tested this morning at 13dpo with a FRER. No such luck I'm afraid - a BFN ������
    Its not over till Af shows up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss v View Post
    I caved and tested this morning at 13dpo with a FRER. No such luck I'm afraid - a BFN 😓
    Quote Originally Posted by Disney View Post
    Its not over till Af shows up!
    I agree with Disney miss v. Don't give up yet!

    How are you going Disney? I can't remember how far along you are. It seems like just yesterday that you got your BFP! It's scary how fast time goes when you're ttc. When I first started I thought there was no way I could ttc for years, but I can now see how it's possible to just keep living in two week blocks and not even notice time passing. I'm in month 11 now!

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    Nomie, are you freezing in TAS today?

    miss V,

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1378946328.567729.jpg

    We have a baby heartbeat was 138 beats per minute and I'm due may 3rd. Couldn't see anything abdominally so had to have an internal scan.

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