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    Hi All!

    MrsT - Awesome piccies! And Thursday next week is the day I'm booked for as well- how exciting!! We could have 3 little bubbas on the one day! How did the turning go today? Was it painful at all?

    TTC- glad to hear your little one is doing so well- so exciting that you can take her home soon

    Lea7- no sore boobs here either- although mine only went up a cup size (+ stretchy's on the LHS) this whole pregnancy and haven't really bulked up at all since then, to the point that I did a bit of research into it today to see if that was an issue or if it could pose a breastfeeding issue....no definitive answer, but most of what I read was positive in that the changes will still happen after birth- here's hoping so otherwise looks like I'm a bottle feeder......no stress either way for me, so long as they are fed really is all that matters!

    I hit the 37 week mark today- and my Specialist scan on Tuesday said that twin A weighs 2.97kg and twin B weighs 2.79kg.....kind of explains why I am soooo bl00dy uncomfortable.....not sure why they are making me wait until Thursday to be honest. I did ask about accuracy and the sonographer said they are 85% accurate in most cases +/- 500g and in the other 15% you'd wonder where they got the measurements from......so who knows really!

    Woof - hope all went well today with the appt?

    Ps no sign of BH here- is that odd? Have been reading along about your experiences and I've got a big fat nothing!

    Sorry if I've forgotten anyone, but hope all are well xo
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    Almost can't believe it. DH has been home since wed on leave (wed photos, thu scan, from hospital appt) and it's been kinda lovely just doing a bit of nothing.
    He only has 3 more days of work now til he's off! I've spent all day kinda walking around in circles feeling like there's too much left to do and no time to do it lol.

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    Yep I know what you mean- what isn't done for me isn't done as have had to go to larger centre and wait it out in case the dynamic duo decide to come earlier......so much more I would have liked to get organised though!

    DH is heading over to see me tomorrow which will be good, as am missing him terribly! I don't know how you have managed with your DH away so much!

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    Oops sorry Ruby I think we commented at the same time and I missed your post.
    I didn't get my ECV. No point turning him if I'm not being allowed my vaginal birth. Very cool we are same day!

    I don't know how I managed without DH either. I'm so grateful I have had him around in these later weeks; no way I could have functioned without him...

    For the record- breast size is irrelevant to milk production. So don't stress there.

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    Went to see my OB yesterday, I still haven't been able to get rid of this cough. He gave me a strong dose of steroids to stop the cough and a puffer. Because of the strong dose of steroids, I was so sick last night. Throwing up and very lethargic. Had an early night and am feeling much better this morning. Will see how we go today though.. It's only early lol

    It's going to be babies galore soon!!! I've only got 8.5 days to go!!!

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    Bugger @MrsTugs- can I ask why they wouldn't let you go ahead with the V birth? Just too risky?

    @Mona424 hope you feel heaps better today! Woohoo only 8 days to go- all getting real now hey!!

    I'm heading to hospital now to get the second of my steroid shots for the twins lungs (later than I would have expected already being 37 wks but oh well better late than never I suppose?)

    Cheers Ruby xo

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    Default IVF Babies Due August/Sept/Oct'16 #2

    So exciting there'll be 3 new babies in here on Thursday! Oh and then Mona's! So exciting.

    Will be following along for news Ruby, Mona and MrsT

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    Yep essentially too risky. They don't believe I'll progress and will just end in emergency section anyway.

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    Dont worry about boob size. First preg mine stayed completely normal 3 days after baby was born milk came in and they almost tripled. Then somewhat settled i breastfed for 22months and never had an issue with milk supply

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    Thanks girls! Not too stressed about boob size/bf ing- to be honest was just hoping that they'd be a bit bigger as I've never had boobs before!!

    Lost my mucous plug today😳- no blood, but hopefully looks like things might start moving!! Midwife who gave me my steroid shot wasn't too stressed but just said to give them a call if there was any further developments.

    Bugger @MrsTugs, but I suppose that whatever is best for bubs is the way to go- that's the way I have looked at mine anyway, as I currently have one transverse and one going between transverse and breech there really isn't an option other than a c/s.......

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