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    @hopefull29 go run up a flight of stairs. If you feel tired you're still good.
    I got married at around 9+3 last time and was fine, maybe a bit tired. It just means your placenta is getting on with doing most of the work rather than your hormones which is a good thing. Your body is doing the right thing.

    Regardless of what I say it's still nerve wracking. I have loved having more symptoms this time round and will likely feel the same when they fade.
    @bubbles21 I agree, if it's a good deal get it. Kids are expensive so getting good deals are helpful.

    I'm still getting spotting on and off. Think it's related to my bowel movements (tmi). Feel relatively calm about it. Must be so sensitive down there!

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    Oh and we dealt with a poonami this morning from DD. Watching movies today in preparation for more explosions
    Gastro is the worst. Poor thing.
    Have a good day everyone xx

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    @lotsathoughts lol no running up stairs required. I think I jumped the gun a little. I was emptying the dishwasher and I started dry retching. Yay. Lol strange but I think it was from having my head down then moving suddenly. All good I was relieved. Must just be a good day today. I was having a good day after a really bad day at 6 weeks but all the days over the last week had been bad days so I guess I'm due for a good one. Not freaking out as much now.
    There's so much blood flowing in that area right now, it would be normal for your bowel movements to cause it, especially if you're straining a little. I'm glad you're calm about it.
    Hope DD doesn't give you any more poonamis! Poor thing. Enjoy your movie day!

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    @hopefull29, don't stress, totally normal! My friend who went through IVF was exactly the same as us, she said she felt that the whole way through the pregnancy she was going to lose the baby, every day when symptoms came and went she'd be calling the nurse saying it was all over. Her advice to me was that she regrets not enjoying the ride. She said she didn't relax until the night before her CS when she was in hospital. I think it's good advice, we should try not to worry overt every little thing, however it's so so hard when we have all been through so much to get here. Try to enjoy the day when you're not feeling cramp, because more than likely you'll feel **** again in a day or so. @SurferGalGC- I say go for it, why not?

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    Argh, I feel SOOO sick this morning. I'm laying in the couch trying to get ready for work but feel like I'm going to puke any second. How do you girls manage? I really don't know how I'm going to be able to cope with work if I keep feeling like this all the time.

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    @Gypsy37 thanks Hun. I know we should just totally enjoy this ride. I'm just so anxious every step. I think after 12 weeks I'll relax a bit more and enjoy it. Hope so anyway.

    Welcome to morning sickness Hun! It's great but crap all at the same time. I've found not getting too hungry, and some fresh air seems to help me the most. I hope it passes and you get through your work day ok. Take snacks with you xx

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    @hopefull29, I know, I am too. It's just awful. Don't you just wish we could remove the anxiety for all of us and just be ignorant like so many others who are just excited and happy. We'll be happy when we hold our bubbas in our arms. I ended up having to leave work, have been laying down all afternoon, feel so sick. I have Accupuncture later, hopefully that will help.

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    @Gypsy37 it's hit you hard you poor thing. Hope work were OK with you leaving early. Do they know? I've heard good things about acupuncture and morning sickness. Let us know how it goes. I've been thinking of trying it but then it's just another appointment I don't have the energy for lol. I'd have a 45 min drive each way to get to an acupuncturist id trust.

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    @hopefull29, thankfully my job is very flexible, so I can come and go and work from home as I please. However I think I'll take an annual leave day tomorrow because I'm feeling so rubbish and it's taking me a very long time to do anything, and DH is coming home tomorrow so I have the chore of housecleaning, which I HATE! Not sure if the Accupuncture works or not, I still feel very sick! Will let you know in a couple of days. Just got home and my fur baby found a bay of mixed nuts and devoured them, and before I realized I gave her her dinner! Now her tummy is grumbling like mad. I hope she's going to be ok, she's the love of my life!

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    I'm still trying to decide which nipt to have and I'll definitely have an nt scan, but I was wondering if you do the nipt first and results are good does that mean I can skip the blood test component of the nt testing?


 

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