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    I still have first tri symptoms that haven't completely left - first pregnancy ever that they've hung around this long. DH made me a lovely cup of tea last night that I was really looking forward to ... he peeled me off the couch at some awful hour last night after my mini-hibernation session and I poured the tea down the sink this morning. Have to start uni in the next few weeks...without coffee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I still have first tri symptoms that haven't completely left - first pregnancy ever that they've hung around this long. DH made me a lovely cup of tea last night that I was really looking forward to ... he peeled me off the couch at some awful hour last night after my mini-hibernation session and I poured the tea down the sink this morning. Have to start uni in the next few weeks...without coffee!
    Oh how I miss coffee.

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    LT is it that you've "gone off" coffee?

    I didn't drink it at all during the first tri and a bit but I've been having one cup of espresso coffee (ie flat white) a day. Love it.

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    I miss coffee too! I only ever really drank decaf, so it's not a caffeine hit I'm missing but I love the taste and taking the few minutes a day to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee.
    I just can't face it when I'm feeling nauseated.

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    I remember having an odd weak mocha or coffee later in some of my other pregnancies, but yes, I tend to not drink in first tri and I suppose I'm just waiting a little longer still as it's a high risk pregnancy.

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    I'm having a bit of a freak out, I just rang for my hcg and progesterone results and the receptionist was checking them for me and then suddenly said I'll just have to transfer you to a nurse and put me on hold, she came back on the line 2 mins later and said that one of the nurses would call me back.

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    I know at my fs, the receptionists always put us through to the nurse for our results. Hopefully it is only good news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    I know at my fs, the receptionists always put us through to the nurse for our results. Hopefully it is only good news.
    So I finally got my results for 4 weeks and 2 day.
    HCG - 810
    Progesterone - 57 (she said it on the low end of normal)

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    Sounds good, Cass? I don't know a lot about numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebirdgirl View Post
    Sounds good, Cass? I don't know a lot about numbers.
    The hcg makes me happy but I would have liked the progesterone to be a little higher. I would feel better if my ADS (all day sickness) would return.


 

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