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    Hello everyone, I just signed up for this forum. I'm 36 and I found out 2 days ago that I'm pregnant (4 weeks, 3 days). I have a 10-year old son so I went through pregnancy a lifetime ago, as it seems.
    I had 1 miscarriage at 9 weeks, 9 months ago. Feeling a little bit cautious with being too excited I would like to browse around to find more information and chat every now and then.
    Can someone explain the abbreviations DD, DS, DH, etc. English is not my first language so I can use some help with those at least. 😊
    Thank you in advance! And it will be a pleasure to read into all your stories!

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    Congratulations on your positive result. There is a link some where with the abbreviations (I'm a bit new here as well)

    DD: dear daughter; DS: dear son; DH: dear husband ('dear' is used in an affectionate way)

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    Thank you!


 

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