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    See if you can pick up a pair of SRC pregnancy shorts second hand to get you through, they are seriously a godsend! I go one day without them and I am in agony!

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    I second that pony. They are expensive but so worth it. If you see a Physio they can write a letter to your private health insurance company for you (if you have one). Turns out mine were $60 out of pocket in the end.


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    I remember singing the praises of SRC Recovery Shorts on this thread when I had Lucy, but no-one seemed interested! For the first 6 weeks post-delivery, they made a huge difference to how I felt (comfort, pain, support, pelvic floor). Expensive but definitely worth it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    I remember singing the praises of SRC Recovery Shorts on this thread when I had Lucy, but no-one seemed interested! For the first 6 weeks post-delivery, they made a huge difference to how I felt (comfort, pain, support, pelvic floor). Expensive but definitely worth it.
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    I actually googled and bookmarked after I saw ur post many months ago. I still have the bookmark

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    Well my due date is now one week away although I am thinking more like 2.5wks til the real deal. I am getting excited and nervous

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    My advice...lie on your side on the couch and watch TV! Rest up as much as you can.
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    Hey lovely ladies. Got a question, when I'm sick and it may or may not be pregnancy related, am I supposed to contact the hospital (public) or just go to my GP? I've had morning sickness throughout (25 weeks now) but the last two weeks I've felt worse and really struggling to eat. Yesterday I got bad diarrhoea all day and today I have absolutely no energy and feel dizzy. I've never been informed on when or if I should be calling them for things like this. Thanks. I have a GP appointment at 2:30 anyway but was just wondering if that's the right thing to do.

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    Go to your local Emergency Dept. Any woman who is unwell at any point past 20 weeks gestation should have bubs checked too. The ED staff will usually send a midwife down with the Doppler to check bubs heart-rate and movements. It's mostly just a precaution.

    Having worked in numerous EDs, that has always been my experience. There is usually a protocol anyway for Triage to follow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterfly2013 View Post
    Hey lovely ladies. Got a question, when I'm sick and it may or may not be pregnancy related, am I supposed to contact the hospital (public) or just go to my GP? I've had morning sickness throughout (25 weeks now) but the last two weeks I've felt worse and really struggling to eat. Yesterday I got bad diarrhoea all day and today I have absolutely no energy and feel dizzy. I've never been informed on when or if I should be calling them for things like this. Thanks. I have a GP appointment at 2:30 anyway but was just wondering if that's the right thing to do.

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    I have no Ida but hope you feel better soon x

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