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    That's how my first bout started hayley. I didn't have any breast pain until I woke up after almost 20 hours of sleep. I felt like death and was a bit mad at dh for not waking me up to feed but he felt sorry for me and though I just needed rest.

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    Thanks Ngaiz. I guess I should rest, feed regularly and thoroughly just in case. I do seem to have an oversupply of milk at the moment. I have held off expressing after a feed because I didn't want to send the message that more milk was required!

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    Hi ladies, just popping in to say we had our very first all night sleep at 8+3!

    Annabel went down at 10:30pm and didn't get up until 5:30am - 7 hours of awesome sleep

    I did half wake up a few times, but just laid in bed and listened for her breathing before drifting back to sleep myself.

    Hoping this is the start of some great nights ahead :-)

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    Well done Arlais!!!! When bub sleeps for too long I lay there listening to make sure she's still breathing lol. But boy oh boy, she is one noisy sleeper.

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    Thanks Arlais for that hopeful message!! 😁

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    Now we will all be expecting a full nights sleep at around 8 weeks haha

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    I'd settle for a full night's sleep now, before the baby arrives, hopefully by this weekend. Being induced on Saturday evening if nothing happens before then. They don't want me going over my due date if possible, as far as I can tell because of the gestational diabetes, and any risks that brings with it. I'm totally fine with that though - the decision to induce me then. I'm a bit over things at the moment; so tired, and struggling to walk at the moment.

    My heartburn's getting worse, and I thought that sort of thing was supposed to improve a bit once the baby started becoming engaged. The Mylanta I was taking seems to no longer be being effective; possibly because we didn't put the bottle in the fridge for storage after opening like it said to on the back of the bottle (which I only realised a couple of days ago).

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    Excited but probably a fluke LOL. We had a couple of bad nights in a row so she was probably needing to catch up on some sleep herself!

    CatLover - bub never engaged being breech, but my bad heartburn disappeared as soon as she was born, so there is relief eventually!


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    Same here, my heartburn was gone that night. If it's unbearable Cat, head down to your local pharmacy and ask for a small pack of zantac to get you through the week.

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    Woo hoo Cat! The end is so close! That it so exciting!! Hopefully this week won't be too uncomfortable for you.

    And OMG Arlais - that is friggin amazing!! I would kill for just 5 hours straight at the moment! 3.5 hrs is the best I have got in the past 4weeks and 5days!! I am soo tired. Just woke up from 2 hour arvo nap, but that isn't the same as getting one solid chunk!

    Go you and go Annabel. Any tricks you think helped??

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