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    Default Did your wedding ring fit on your finger up until birth?

    Or did you stop wearing it due to weight gain or swelling? If so, when?

    I just noticed mine is getting a bit tight

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    Yep mine has always fit

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    I could still get it on when I tried but I was so paranoid it was going to get stuck on and have to be cut off I stopped wearing it. I stopped around the third trimester both times I think, although was more worried about it for the baby due in late Jan compared to late August.

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    My first it fit the whole time (baby born April), my second it fit until about 32 weeks (December baby)

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    Had to take mine off at 26 weeks due to swelling. Could wear them again after 4/6 weeks post birth swelling had gone down significantly.

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    Yes, my rings fit all the way up to birth last time and looks like they will this time too

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    No from about five months onwards I was so swollen and carried heaps of fluid it couldnt wear my wedding ring and could only wear thongs!

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    My fingers swelled and the rings didn't fit back until about 6 weeks post partum. I wore them on a chain around my neck

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    I had to take mine off around 30 weeks (before it got stuck on there!) and couldn't get it back on until about 2 months after the birth.

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    I took mine off around 32 weeks as they started to get tight. It was around 3 months post birth before they fitted properly again.


 

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