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    Default What do YOU consider the third trimester?

    I've heard some people saying 6 months is the third trimester, and others say 7 months. I'm taking hayfever meds that say on the pack "not be taken in the third trimeseter" and I'm guessing that's after the beginning of the 7th month. Is that right?

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    normally the 3rt trimester is counted from week 27-28.

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    I thought it was from 28 weeks...

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    That's good then. Another three weeks of sneeze-free evenings.

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    Eek, what do you take after that? Just deal with it?

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    I guss I just put up with it - but hopefully whatever the heck is causing it will have stopped flowering/pollinating by then. The constant sneezing, sinus ache, itchy eyes etc is driving me batty and I can only take the 6 hour polaramine. *sigh*

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    Hope it stops for you then!!

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    good old neti pot with water, works wonders.

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    I would have said from Week 27...

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    I second the netti pot! Works wonders and no nasty meds!


 

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