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    So I have thrush on my nipples and breasts which is super painful and inconvenient! Austin doesn't have any symptoms but I have to treat him anyways so we don't pass it back and forward. Does anyone have any tips to get rid of it? Now in addition to my routine i have to add sterilising feed and pump equipment by boiling everyday.

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    sorry peedy no advice

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    Hi Peedypie, I think once you start treating it that it will go away... Well that was my assumption anyways...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORgirl View Post
    what a nightmare. I hope tonight was better?
    Only just getting better today and he's had it since Sunday night... He finally sleeping during the day too, yay!

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    36+1 for me, OB appointment and Bub still has not turned and still with their feet up near face, during my 3D ultrasound a while back the little darling was sucking on their toes so no change at all. Can attempt to turn but very low success rate when in that position rather than normal breech so looks like a c-section on the 12th October if there are no changes. Oh well, whatever is best for bub is best for me. Just not looking forward to not being able to drive for 6 weeks but small price to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepper1977 View Post
    36+1 for me, OB appointment and Bub still has not turned and still with their feet up near face, during my 3D ultrasound a while back the little darling was sucking on their toes so no change at all. Can attempt to turn but very low success rate when in that position rather than normal breech so looks like a c-section on the 12th October if there are no changes. Oh well, whatever is best for bub is best for me. Just not looking forward to not being able to drive for 6 weeks but small price to pay.
    Not long now!! You might be able to drive sooner.. My OB said I could drive 10 days after. I definitely felt well enough to do so

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    Pepper i am certain no driving for 6 weeks is a myth. I thought i couldnt and phoned my insurance company after i had my baby they told me i can drive as long as doctor is fine with it. A week after baby i got clearance to drive i have an automatic car so it was easy enough changing gears may require a few more muscles though. Even so this time id prob quite happily chill at home with baby than go anywhere. I am 36+1 also and have my csect booked 17 october hoping i go before i am well and truly over pregnancy

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    I hear ya Meshell, over being pregnant here too, three more days of work - will be over on Monday arvo just so tired and blimp like 😃

    Thanks for the reassurance about the driving ladies, will check with insurance company too.

    Not long now for us both - whoohoooo!!!

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    I could drive 2 weeks after my c section... that's what my Dr said but honestly could of driven 1 week after... hope the weeks fly past girls but one thing I will say if you can just sleep as much as you can because the sleep deprivation does get to you and my bub is only up 2 times a night xxx

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    I have 4 days this week and 3 days following week at work. I love my job way too much but im starting to get exhausted and uncomfortable. So i may pull the pin this week. Lack of sleep is a pain with this belly. Ive put on about 15kg im feeling every gram of it. Baby measured at 6lb at growth scan this week which is a lb heavier than my first born


 

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