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    @gypsychild I've felt little flutters ( kind of like wind) for about a week but last night when I was going to bed I felt a definite kick and it stopped me in my tracks!! Very exciting and makes it feel very real!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barca07 View Post
    Great news about the scan!

    So lucky to be off the passaries...Hoping that's me after Monday!

    Yep, every little bit helps, especially since health insurance prices have just gone up. I think my pessaries cost about $60 and I get $20ish back from BUPA. I don't get anything back from the Clexane though ๐Ÿ™„
    My OB rang Medicare and told them medically I have to be on clexane so only pay $39 for 40 needles... Ask you dr about that... All helps

    Also with our scan when they looked for a girl she said 3 dots was a girl but they couldn't see it till 20 weeks even at 16w they weren't sure

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    When did people first feel their baby kick?
    This is my first- am only 11weeks so I know I'm far off feeling it but just wanting an idea ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    I'm paying $38 for 20 needles. If my OB still want me on Clexane after our Monday appt I'll definitely ask her to call Medicare! Thanks for the tip

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    Just wondering if anyone has seen Dr M as an OB in addition to immunology? If so, we're you happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tassiewife View Post
    When did people first feel their baby kick?
    This is my first- am only 11weeks so I know I'm far off feeling it but just wanting an idea ๐Ÿ˜Š
    With both my pregnancies I felt bub move at 16 weeks, similar to a popping popcorn feeling inside ๐Ÿ˜Š

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barca07 View Post
    I'm paying $38 for 20 needles. If my OB still want me on Clexane after our Monday appt I'll definitely ask her to call Medicare! Thanks for the tip
    Wow barca & ttc- I've only ever paid about $37 for 20 clexane injections, I was sure it was part of the PBS scheme? On one of my boxes it actually has written that the proper price is $103 for the script but I've never had to get any special authorisation for the lower price??

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    19w for movement for me. This is my first. I have anterior placenta so that is quite late compared to most. I never got any light movements - my first feel was a light but firm kick.

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    I started feeling movement at 10 weeks this is second pregnancy and though my placenta is anterior I knew exactly whst I was feeling. Feels like butterfly flutters in your tummy. First pregnancy was maybe around 12 weeks

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    Waiting waiting waiting! ๐Ÿ˜‚ any day now (I'm 17 weeks).

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