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    That's a great idea totalkaos! I love creative announcements :-)

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    I'm exhausted as well. I napped for about 2 hours yesterday as I couldn't keep my eyes open.

    We have told our parents but are waiting till the 12 week mark to tell siblings and friends.

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    Elm enjoy your cruise!!!

    Totalkaos yay to due date buddy. Love your announcement idea.

    The nausea is really horrible. Last night I actually nearly vomited and I'm never one to do that. But I really am trying to see it as a good sign dh is being amazing as well.

    We have told both our parents and siblings and our best friends but everyone else will be after 12 weeks.

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    I am beyond tired! By 1pm I wish I could nap and I'm asleep by 9pm at night time. Also hungry all the time. Sore boobs and peeing during the night which I've never done before. I have only had slight nausea and it really only happens if I don't keep eating constantly. I've also noticed how sensitive my smell and taste are now.

    Even though we had a miscarriage at 5 weeks last time my gf and I couldn't contain our happiness and have announced it already. I have my first scan tomorrow and will be 7 weeks on Tuesday.


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    Hi guys, I hope I can join. I'm currently 9 weeks and an due October 4th. I've been gripped by nausea and extreme tiredness for about 2 weeks now which is hard at work. I find that on weekends I don't want to do a thing which is unlike me. Resting is good I guess. I'm 43 and this is my first pregnancy so I'm reluctant to tell anyone until at least 16 weeks and hoping to get there! One thing I'm noticing is the bloaty stomach ! I'm usually quite thin and can see the body changes straight away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helsbaby View Post
    Hi guys, I hope I can join. I'm currently 9 weeks and an due October 4th. I've been gripped by nausea and extreme tiredness for about 2 weeks now which is hard at work. I find that on weekends I don't want to do a thing which is unlike me. Resting is good I guess. I'm 43 and this is my first pregnancy so I'm reluctant to tell anyone until at least 16 weeks and hoping to get there! One thing I'm noticing is the bloaty stomach ! I'm usually quite thin and can see the body changes straight away.
    Hello! It's interesting you've only got nausea for the last two weeks. I'm very rarely nauseous and was getting worried so now I know it could happen any day!


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    Hi Chiweeny, yes started feeling mildly queasy around 6.5 weeks after my first scan, then full on nausea around 7 weeks onwards.

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    Hi everyone. Just had my first scan at 7 weeks and there was no heartbeat. Just a sac with an embryo that had stopped developing at some point. We have no frosties and no money so this might be the end of the line for us. They want to do a curette tomorrow but that's $1500 we don't have. Not sure what to do from here. Utterly heartbreaking for us


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    Oh Chiweeny I'm so so sorry :-(
    Hugs for you xx

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    Omg chiweeny I'm so so sorry! I'm devastated for you. Big hugs to you and your gf. This can be so unfair sometimes.


 

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