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    Just waiting around ive got two friends (both already mums and 1 is preg again at 37+ weeks) coming for morning tea this morning so going to get their opinions on my diahrrea (tmi sorry) ive had for past 3 mornings, a last couple weeks back ache, and vagina ache getting worse and now today bum muscles feel like I climbed mountain of stairs can hardly walk.

    You're all over it tommi. I got dh to take dirties each day from hospital and someone can always bring you something you need.

    I almost find it funny that you guys are now having ahh moments when last month you all thought I was over orgsnised!! lol
    Jan bubs we're on the home stretch now!

    First 3 little purple stretch marks on underbelly have appeared yesterday bumma. Well im 38 and he's had 19 years of perfection!!!!

    Fresh pedicure and foils done yesterday. Just need couple more long summer skirts or dresses to get me through this last explosion to bubbas arrival. Will get someone to come with me later this week. Not confident venturing to far alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kd0085 View Post
    When you all talk about a hospital bag, is it just a small sort of overnight bag, or a suitcase? I'm just trying to imagine how I would fit everything in lol
    Mine will be an overnight bag as our hospital has a maximum stay of 24hrs after a vag birth. I'll pack a larger bag (enough for 4-5 days) and leave it with DH in case there are complications and I end up staying longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twocam View Post
    Oh my! An EEK moment this morning....was at Baby Bunting. Got talking to the woman in line next to me...asked when she was due. She laughed and said she had her baby yesterday at 33wks! No prior warning or real problems beforehand either..... I'm really motivated to get that bag packed now
    Hi everyone, I've been MIA as well for a while.
    im jumping on the EEK moment band wagon too. I still have OHSS and ended up in hospital with everyone thinking id gone into early labour ( at 25weeks!!), got released week and a bit ago. I had one dr tell me it was kidney stones, another dr tell me early labour (no one actually checked though), and finally I got a wonderful Chinese dr who actually read my file and decided to investigate my OHSS. I was practically screaming that he is an ivf baby and I've got dodgy ovaries yet everyone seemed to ignore me! Extremely scary and frustrating especially when he is my first. I actually had one dr ask me if I was in labour - I replied: "how would I know, I'm only 6.5months and I've never been in labour before"! The look I got was like id grown a 3rd eyeball haha
    Anyhow the end result was lil fella is getting so big he is actually pushing my ovaries up towards my ribs which is causing them to twist slightly! Joy! But I do need to have everything dry to go in case he decides to make an early appearance.
    Booked in to see an osteopath next month for some muscle manipulation!

    End of essay - sorry post is so long, I had a lot to say lol
    babydust to all especially you jan mumma bears!

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    Hoots pleased youre ok and little fella and allowed home.
    Quite frustrating and scary. Bet you were tearing hair, just awful when you can't get answets and even worse when no one is listening to you.

    Yeah I reckon we've had our fair share of early hospital stints in our group.

    Do you just ride it out now or what do you think will happen. Twisted ovaries sounds painful. Xx

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    I think I was scared because they were throwing around "labour" - lol I'm soooo not rdy for that!! We are both ok but he still causes me pain on a all day everyday basis but at least I'm at home. I think I would've had to have been the only lady in the maternity wing without a baby!! Awkward!!
    They monitor my ovaries closely now, still big with multiple cysts but not getting any bigger, they will prob take the left one after I have him, the right one is undecided at this stage

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    Hoots ...this has not been a fun experience for you has it? Glad you and bubs are ok xx

    is anyone else addicted to watching birthing shows on tv? I've just been watching 'One born every minute' and am getting waaay too invested... Finding myself talking to the telly "she asked for an epidural, they should be giving her an epidural, poor lady needs an epidural, why aren't they giving her one?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilbara View Post
    Hoots ...this has not been a fun experience for you has it? Glad you and bubs are ok xx

    is anyone else addicted to watching birthing shows on tv? I've just been watching 'One born every minute' and am getting waaay too invested... Finding myself talking to the telly "she asked for an epidural, they should be giving her an epidural, poor lady needs an epidural, why aren't they giving her one?"
    Loved the UK version but I too talk to the telly with the crazy US version. Bring back the UK one. Been watching it for months. Used to cry in the first trimester then stopped. Just started crying again lately ... at repeats. Crazy hormones

    Tonight's crazy 2am venture to the couch is not driven by insomnia but my aching knees are back
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    I love that show too, however they seem to be all repeats!!! Is there a new version out? I much prefer the English version too as the Americans are CRAZY.

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    They might be repeats, we have only just signed up for foxtel, so they are new to me I agree that the English one is way better, it's scary how many family members Americans are happy to have in the room while they give birth ...not in my world! I did like 'Deliver me' though, which is American, but it seems to have gone now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilbara View Post
    They might be repeats, we have only just signed up for foxtel, so they are new to me I agree that the English one is way better, it's scary how many family members Americans are happy to have in the room while they give birth ...not in my world! I did like 'Deliver me' though, which is American, but it seems to have gone now...
    And the intervention, seems like every second person. And the whole style of birthing. UK one atleast gave me a more realistic idea of what im in for! I liked Midwives UK show too. Tried to download the episodes I missed, but can't.

    Edit amd Bsby Hospital was a heart breaker


 

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