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    Quote Originally Posted by EverydayDreamer View Post
    I am experiencing some intense stomach pain/nausea that I believe is stress. .. but my paranoia is telling me it's something more. I can't tell what my gut instinct is telling me as its just pain. Some pain meds and everything will look better in the morning
    You poor thing! I have to ask, you haven't eaten any frozen berries lately, have you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    You poor thing! I have to ask, you haven't eaten any frozen berries lately, have you?
    Thank you both! Ahh well i usually do in smoothies but haven't done for a few weeks now ... am I missing something? I was on leave last week and my boss will be giving me grief tomorrow so I am getting myself worked up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    You poor thing! I have to ask, you haven't eaten any frozen berries lately, have you?
    Just saw the nannas thread eek! That is the brand I use as well but I think i haven't had any since before Xmas so can't be that (phew)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EverydayDreamer View Post
    Just saw the nannas thread eek! That is the brand I use as well but I think i haven't had any since before Xmas so can't be that (phew)
    It can take up to 50 days for the symptoms to appear. I would get checked by a doc to be safe. The worst thing that will happen is they'll say you're fine.

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    I am thinking it is time for bed. 70 posts today is enough!

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    70 posts is nowhere near enough! Mooooooar posting!

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    My average is 1.4 a day. I think I am doing well! Lol

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    Nervous about going to a new Playgroup today! If I'm the mum that no one talks to at dance lessons/birthday parties/daycare activities, will I also be the mum that no one talks to at playgroup??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    Nervous about going to a new Playgroup today! If I'm the mum that no one talks to at dance lessons/birthday parties/daycare activities, will I also be the mum that no one talks to at playgroup??
    No Just relax and say hello, ask them a question about their kids to get them talking. People can talk forever about their kids so it always works for me. I'm a quiet person so if I don't make the effort sometimes people don't talk to me. When I do they talk heaps!

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    I am thinking that @FrothyFrog's advice is sound.

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