@Chiefsgirl I had to laugh hun. It only gets worse! And then even more so after you've given birth!! There's no going back now to that tough emotionally balanced woman that you once were.
@Summer sorry to hear things didn't go well with DH. I will say though that he probably has a point, and I know it's hard to hear because we are in such a rush but he's worried about your health and you have indeed been pretty sick the past 12 months. I know myself I think not much of all the Sh!t that's happened to me, whereas my DH and friends around me think of it all as way more serious..sepsis etc. The truth is we will do whatever it takes to get a baby (ok maybe not anything) but we will put ourselves into all kinds of ridiculous places and on a zillion drugs and fairly unproven drug regimes to get the end result. We aren't rational when it comes down to it. So I get his point, but it's frustrating for you. I know. None of us have time, we all wanted to be mothers years ago, I get it.
my acupuncturist years ago used to get frustrated at me for being in such a rush when she thought I needed to heal properly. She was right not that I stopped tho.
Hello Lovelies....am following along but no chance to reply in depth.
Am at my sisters b'day bbq/pi$$ up where I may or may not be having a quiet 1 or 10!!😉😁
Anyhoo...thinking of you allxo
@Summer I'm sorry to hear your struggling through an extra stress with your dh at the moment. I hear what you're saying with trying to get moving as quickly as possible but after talking to my naturopath/acupuncturist today I see there isn't much point if you aren't healthy. She said to me that my body is really toxic now after everything I've pumped into it with 5 cycles in less than a year. She used the analogy that I need to weed the garden and start again with fresh soil, fertiliser and water to hope for anything to grow. It made sense to me. I think a detox with a naturopath is one thing you could do in the build up to your May deadline that might really help with loads of things. I hope doing those things will satisfy your dh too as maybe he will see what you are willing to try to get as healthy as possible. Not that I'm saying to do it for him. Do it for you. Feeling healthy physically will also help with the mental trauma all of this is causing. I hope this doesn't come across wrong. I'm not trying to push my ideas on you.
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