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    I'm sure it's a lot to take in, give yourself some time to get used to it.

    I want to say congrats but I'll wait until you're ready!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnPointe View Post
    He's 7 months.
    I fell pregnant when DS2 was 7 months, I'm still BF him now at 19months along with DS3 who is 11 weeks.

    Sorry about the stress of this. Take some time to digest. Wishing you all the best xx

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    I'm so sorry you are feeling this way. Do you have a good support net work? How does DH feel?

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    Huge huge hugs honey. I am 23 weeks with a completely unexpected and unplanned pregnancy and frankly still not over the shock.

    My milk dried up when I was 14 weeks BUT DS2 was over 3 and down to two feeds a day. I know many people who have continued feeding.

    Don't pressure yourself to feel happy and excited. It's a shock.

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    Still in shock today. DH feels the same as me.

    I'm now panicking about money because I have realised I don't qualify for the PPL because I am still on Maternity Leave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnPointe View Post
    Still in shock today. DH feels the same as me.

    I'm now panicking about money because I have realised I don't qualify for the PPL because I am still on Maternity Leave.
    @EnPointe how is everything going? I've been thinking of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamzmaree View Post
    @EnPointe how is everything going? I've been thinking of you
    I think I've accepted it but still not happy about it. I'm having horrible thoughts. I'm hoping that they go away after my dating scan in a week and a half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnPointe View Post
    I think I've accepted it but still not happy about it. I'm having horrible thoughts. I'm hoping that they go away after my dating scan in a week and a half.
    Awwww Hun. Hope it gets better soon

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    I breastfed throughout 2 pregnancies, it's possible, but it can be hard, I suffered from breastfeeding aversion, and those feelings were not nice

    Quote Originally Posted by EnPointe View Post
    I think I've accepted it but still not happy about it. I'm having horrible thoughts. I'm hoping that they go away after my dating scan in a week and a half.
    I'm going to say it, and please don't be offended. But if a baby is not something that you want right now, it is absolutely, without a doubt, completely fine to talk to someone about your options. It doesn't make you a bad person, it doesn't make you a bad mother, it makes you a completely normal human being who is faced with something that wasn't in her immediate plans.

    Please, you don't have to make ANY decisions right now, not at all, you are free to explore your options with a medical professional, talk them over with your husband, but ultimately, this is your decision and no matter what that decision is, you need to be at peace with it.

    Sending you all the love in the world as you navigate this journey

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