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    How is everyone doing? My pregnancy just seems to be getting more complicated 😔.
    Musicalgal- are you still with dr wright?

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    Oh no kit. ..what's going on?
    29 weeks here and I'm over it. Still want bubbas to stay in for as long as possible tho. Gah!
    Yes song dr wright on the side but looks like I'll have to go public for the birth so have had a few apts there to get on there system.
    How's everyone doing?

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    32 weeks over here and completely over it. My stomach is stretched beyond belief and the braxton hicks are constant and very full on.
    Both babies are still breech, and it they don't turn themselves in the next 3 weeks then we will have to plan a c section, which isn't ideal but as long as they are safe and well, we really don't mind.
    We have been very slow at getting the nursery / house ready this time around. For our daughter we were very organised.

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    Anyone feel like sharing tummy pics?
    29 weeks. People keep telling me I'm not that big! The Bubbas are both growing according to plan though.
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    Ha ha , same @RAH10, not really ready. With DS we were set up by 25 weeks. Ironic, cos the twins are the ones who could be premmie! But this summer is really knocking me around, and we're soooo busy with renos. Over it all 😯
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    So I have gestational diabetes again. And both babies have velementous cord insertion, which on its own is not so bad but with one of the babies I also have Vasa Previa which is a rare and dangerous condition. My husband and I both got the impression that Dr Jackson is very nervous about treating me so now I don't know what to do!! I was thinking of going to see dr wright but I will def be delivering at the public hospital and he can't deliver there can he?
    So my babies will very likely be born super early and I will have to spend many weeks/months away from my kids as they are in school and kindy so i can't just bring them with me 😔 I'm so scared and stressed about the whole situation....

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    I would definitely recommend getting into Dr wright. When you call, push the complications with twins card cos he has a long wait for new patients i think. I was taking to a twin mumma and she was saying all the other obs turn to him if they ever have questions. I'm in the same boat as you, need to deliver at the public. I've had a few apts there (just to get on their files, and I've gotta say, besides the waiting on apt days, they are very thorough and good). However, I'm still seeing Dr wright on the side to follow the pregnancy. When discussing my birth options in earlier weeks he did say that if they came before 30 weeks he'd deliver at the base, so maybe if he has a patient with complications he will? Def worthwhile seeing him and having a chat. I reckon her likes the interesting cases. Try to stay calm mumma xx

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    Five months now . I thought I was small for twins a while now I think it looks about right..
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    Hi everyone, I thought I'd take a deep breath and jump into this thread. I am currently 11w4d with DCDA twins after 6 stim cycles and a double embryo transfer. NT scan is on Monday and of course I am really nervous, but I had a scan at 10w2d and everything was fine then, so fingers crossed it still is! Looking forward to learning from you lovely ladies and sharing pregnancies with you xx

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    Hi everyone, I'm a newbie to the thread also. I'm 20 weeks with de di di's. Yeah, just found out we're having a boy and a girl, so it's really happening. I'm in new zealand which is lacking in this kind of support, so thanks for letting me join. I've learned already by catching up on your posts,


 

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