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    No. Bub is still pretty high up. A lot of movement up my rib!

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    @Gelati: just finished filling in the PPL form online. Yes, it is indeed a lot shorter than the paper form. Interesting. It doesn't ask for employer ABN at all. So what's the fuss of getting it through the employer all about?!

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    @bbhope that is still high. I haven't felt kicks to my ribs in awhile. Also never really got heartburn or indigestion. Maybe bub is eager to come out!

    Are you sure? I had to put in my employers Abn. That's odd you didn't get prompted to put that in.

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    @Tanej78 3 blasts are great. Hopefully you won't the other 2 anytime soon. How's tww treating you?
    @Gelati piriformis is small muscle that lies under the gluteal muscles in the buttocks region. When this muscle goes into spasm or becomes hypertonic, it may compress the sciatic nerve, causing low back pain or numbness that radiates down the leg, and is generally felt only on one side. This condition is known as piriformis syndrome. Other symptoms may include a deep pain in the hip or buttock, tight and painful hamstrings and calves, and tense pain and decreased range of motion in the hip.

    That's copy and paste from a website. Mine is on the bum but it's not too bad. Stretching helps.

    I'm not sure if my ob will turn baby or not. A friend had a breech and her ob told her c section as baby has no room to turn at all.

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    @Minib - I had slight spasms in my bum too. It went away later in pregnancy. Maybe after I started exercising and doing yoga but I remember them.

    Yeh most OB's won't turn a baby once you've gone into labour due to the risk. But I have heard some still do it. My Ob doesn't deliver breech babies either.

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    Gelati: maybe i selected the contractor option? In principle, I am as I need to renew every 2--3 years if thy decide to keep me.

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    Not sure @bbhope. Does that mean you don't need to get it paid through your employer?

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    I don't think so since it asked for my bank account details instead.

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    @Minib I'm ok, keeping busy, doing things like reiki and osteo helps keep me centred and focused ☺️

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    @bbhope well that's good cos your employer was being so annoying.
    I was asked for my bank account details too. But I was also asked for ABN.


 

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