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    Sore hips
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    No Brie, sushi or soft serve
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    1. Definitely the nausea for me. I don't cope well with nausea/vomitting

    2. My anxiety gets 100000000x worse from the hormones- not a good mix with MS

    3. All those yummy foods I want that I can't eat (after the aforementioned MS goes away...) Oh! And wine. I miss wine

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    1. Back pain
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    1) pregnancy acne

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    3) heartburn

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    1) hyperemesis gravidarum. Vomiting every day until 24 weeks and living on zofran. Retching in public. Vomiting until I had nothing to bring up, sucking on ice chips and vomiting those up. Being so disgusted by the smell and sight of food that I would start heaving if I even saw a picture, i.e. Coles catalogue..
    2) severe heartburn from about 32 weeks..
    3) rib pain. Started at 26 weeks. I had a lovely 2 weeks there from 24-26..

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    1. Heartburn.
    2. GD diet (really limited my chocolate and ice cream intake with DD).
    3. Pre labour. Weeks of pre labour. Ugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adoralicious View Post
    1) hyperemesis gravidarum. Vomiting every day until 24 weeks and living on zofran. Retching in public. Vomiting until I had nothing to bring up, sucking on ice chips and vomiting those up. Being so disgusted by the smell and sight of food that I would start heaving if I even saw a picture, i.e. Coles catalogue..
    2) severe heartburn from about 32 weeks..
    3) rib pain. Started at 26 weeks. I had a lovely 2 weeks there from 24-26..
    I agree... except I went straight from the HG to the heartburn at 25 weeks... and instead of the rib pain I had at least one nosebleed a week that was like a fountain for 20 min to and hour.

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    SPD

    Heartburn

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    (Prior to all that, the debilitating all day sickness I had with all four pregnancies, gah!).

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    I feel kinda sheepish that my biggest gripe was lack of wine when all you ladies had such exhausting pregnancies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I feel kinda sheepish that my biggest gripe was lack of wine when all you ladies had such exhausting pregnancies.
    Wine is important. No wine is heartbreaking.


 

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