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    I found my first ever varicose vain today. Pregnancy is a wild ride! Hang on and enjoy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaboobang View Post
    I have flabby arms already.. Hoping pregnancy doesn't make them worse..
    i just am not doing weights now so they have become very flabby. I have had 1 varicose vein since i was a teeneager now have a few :-( the downside to being very pale and having poor circulation already. Not hurting currently so ill live with them.

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    Yep - I've had some time off resistance training now and getting a bit flabby. That's the problem with muscle when you stop using it.

    Nearly 3/4 of the way there Wobbler.

    Great pic Bec!

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    I am so looking forward to when I can run again! Love to try a marathon in 2017!
    But yes. So don't have runners thighs any more.

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    Ha! I wore a long skirt today and when I got home and got changed - I saw my legs and thought "Gee, I really hope I have some extra fluid going on there!"
    It's all worth it.

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    Totally worth it!!!

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    Becca, with ds I know when I ovulated...that stabbing and good ball size glob of ewcm within an hour of eachother was a pretty good sign...
    At first scan (9ish wks) I measured 4 days behind
    12ish weeks, I was 2 days behind
    20wks I was a week ahead
    36wks - some measurements were 41wks+

    Ds was born 38+5... 49cms, 4.080kgs/9 lbs


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    Shadow, what is the due date you went by?

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    I Asked my OB and he said go by my LMP date as i was sure of when i Ovulated, but i know some OBs prefer the 6ish week dating scan EDD.

    He was quite a relaxed, carefree OB but he seemed to know his stuff. I loved my OB visits because he would start by congratulating me on making it to X Weeks before id even sat down, and give me a quick rundown on bub. E.g. "Congratulations on making it to 36weeks! You're almost term and bub would have a good chance of being born perfectly healthy and not needing any support afterwards. Ive got results from your U/S earlier, and it seems he has turned head down from breech, so all systems are go! Jump up here and we will listen to his heartbeat...How have you been feeling??"

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    Sounds lovely shadow! Guess I will just have to wait til I see an ob. Thinking about my opks again, I must have od when I thought I did, and I think it implanted at 7dpo as I got my bfp at 11dpo. I'm just going to go with, bub is just small. Cause I think a heart beat of 100 at when measuring at 5w4d is really good. Dp now thinks it's a girl cause it's small.

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