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    So happy to hear of everyone's healthy scans!! @Ladydee I can't believe how much meds you're taking!! But if it results in a healthy baby...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reina83 View Post
    So happy to hear of everyone's healthy scans!! @Ladydee I can't believe how much meds you're taking!! But if it results in a healthy baby...
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    Breakfast, lunch, afternoon-tea, dinner and desert....you better believe it! And to think that with my dd, I refused fill my car with fuel, to even take one Panadol or even a sip of coffee! :-0 This is alllll very foreign to me but....... I've been to hell and back to get here and can only trust in my FS's advice and assurance that each of these are ok for bub and just hope with all of my heart that my baby will be ok.


    On another note.....what's the earliest everyone has felt baby move? I think with my dd it was 16weeks on the dot where's the last couple of days I've been feeling like......you know when you get a twitch in your eye? Well, a teeny soft but very there feeling like that in my lower left belly.....it can't possibly be baby yet can it?! I wonder if it's just my uterus twitching or something weird like that??

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    I felt my first at about 18 weeks but this time I have an anterior placenta so who knows

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    I felt my DD when I was about 18 weeks I think.
    12 week scan tomorrow, sooo nervous! I think I will be surprised to see a baby. In my mind it's not real and I'm going to MC again. It doesn't help that I'm at work all night and won't go to bed til after the scan. Argh!

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    I've felt tumbles on and off since bout 12 weeks....but no kicks yet... 21 weeks over here

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    With my first i thought i felt a flutter at 11wks, but didnt feel it again for ages so was probably not... I didnt feel anything till 20wks where it was definate, and strong kicks that could be felt on the outside!

    This time, i thought i felt the occasional flutter from 11-12wks, but i was sure at 13wks i was feeling things at least daily. By 15wks i was feeling kicks, 23wks DF first felt bub... 23-24wks, my belly visibly MOVES! its so surreal.
    @Laydee WOW!!! thats alot! heres hoping it works its amazing the difference between pregnancies! with DS i craved anything healthy, but couldnt drop my diet coke addiction (addiction meaning i didnt drink anything BUT diet coke)
    This time, i couldnt stomach anything healthy and just craved carbs...however since 5wks i havent had diet coke, any fizzy drinks, or caffeine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pjk View Post
    I felt my DD when I was about 18 weeks I think.
    12 week scan tomorrow, sooo nervous! I think I will be surprised to see a baby. In my mind it's not real and I'm going to MC again. It doesn't help that I'm at work all night and won't go to bed til after the scan. Argh!
    Big hugs of strength! Have you had your scan yet?? Let us know how you go Xxx

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    Omg i had my first spew at 15+4 today. What the hell is going on?!

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    @pjk how was the scan?

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    Default Pregnant after miscarriage - thread #2

    Hi guys!
    I cannot believe it, there was a baby there! I think I'm still disbelief and denial. It measured perfectly and heartbeat was 149. They said they have got no concerns. I weighed myself today and I've lost 6 kgs dice becoming pregnant. Gotta love that morning sickness!
    The big relief is that now we can finally tell everyone. I've felt terrible lying to my family. There's going to be a few surprises tonight!
    I won't bother with posting a picture because they are terrible. The baby moved every time she took a picture. Feels like I've been ripped off, paying so much and only getting fuzzy pictures. Oh well!

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