Thanks girls. Amum and Sonja. Yep I can hardly walk to. Seems like walking triggers the pain. I have to walk really slow or the pain becomes really strong
Amum. Sorry to hear about your work . In hoping that with this door closing a new one will open for you
Swede hope you are feeling ok. I don't think that kind of disappointment ever gets easier xx
MG. you must be busting for some action by now. Time for a brisk walk around the block I think. Or a bit of a last hoorah with DH for a while to get things moving! Lol
Kismet. Great news with evies swimming. We started really early with ruby and while she loved the water it took her a while to get used to the lessons. Great your little water baby took to it straight away!
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19-11-2011 06:39 #561
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19-11-2011 07:17 #562
♥ - thanks girls!!!!!
Kismet, I think your hit the nail on the head there in what you said!!!!
Oh, yeah last week at EMG was unbleivable...Iam staying out of it..... really weird.
EMG - is emma mummies group - emma was a user here too on BH but started a mothers group and now got like 150 members or so. Most of the time it great, and I am on another "secret" group to with girls I meet here on my pregnancy thread..it is just a small group and is totally great!!!
I never used to go on there (on facebook) but somehow after with did "our" group I am on there most of the time and not on BH.
Blonde - oh...it sound hard with the walking. I know I had to get a chiroprator the help me in the last two month as I got all messed up with my spine etc and it was really painful..I couldn't walk either until I got help...for me it was hard to lift one of my legs up and therefore hard to walk.... - not sure if that could help..or if is "only" baxton hicks etc......
Thans again for your nice support...it has been really difficult but I do feel a bit better this morning...it was just the shock and as Kismet said, the turmoil of the shockand then the shcik again that the little bean had gone....love you girls..xxxx
19-11-2011 08:03 #563
Swede, big hugs to you life dishes out some cruel blows sometimes. Glad to hear you are feeling a litt e better. Lots of pampering for you.
BK, that does not sound good. Sounds like a dose of BH and something else.. I do remember the last couple of months befor A was born I was in so much pain I could not sleep for any longer than half an hour on either side and would get regular pain when walking in addition to Braxton Hicks. My Ob referred me to Kate Rogers in East Melbourne who is a womens health physio and specialises in pregnant women. She did help quite a bit. I was producing too much relaxin which made everything too loose and painful. She strapped me up a few times which really helped, esp with walking. Might not relate to you, but if you are interested. Let me know and I'll shoot you her number.
MG, sounds like bubs is busting to get out.... can't wait to hear some news soon!
Fionalice, one of my Ob's lovely midwives got me on to Anagraine... she assured me it was safe and it worked a treat for the nausea which I had pretty much ongoing, but I was not vomiting. I think it is a migraine medication but it really worked for me.
Nessie, what's the countdown for the holiday at now? Getting excited
AFU, we're off to the Auction of DH's father's house today and It's a miserable wet day..... Hope the weather improves . Can anyone remember early pregnancy days.... I am not in the slightest bit nauseas but can't believe how incredibly tired I am. My little angel is sleeping through the nites, but I am still absolutely exhausted. Other than that I don't feel in the slightest bit pregnant. Will be very relieved to get 6 week scan on Monday and hopefully see that little hewartbeat.
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19-11-2011 08:44 #564
Alittle good luck today with the auction. I never have any pregnancy symptoms except for exhaustion so I'm sure everything's fine. I used to be so envious of women with m/s as at least it gave some kind of confirmation of pregnancy, so I know the feeling.
Swede hope you're holding up ok. Am thinking of you.
19-11-2011 09:16 #565
Alittle my nausea has never appeared until after 6 weeks. And tiredness with this pregnant has been incredibly prevalent. I think it's looking after a baby that does it. The other thing I realized is that my preg symptoms have been a bit different this time so I've realized it's impossible to compare. That what the say is true and every pregnancy is different. Good luck with the auction!
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19-11-2011 09:37 #566
Swede - I hope you are feeling better today. Let yourself grieve for however long you need to hun, one day at a time
As for my job wellllllllllllllllllllllll I hate the dept i was in so i'll be praying something comes up in another dept.....no one ever leaves though as it's such a great place to work so the chances of that happening aren't very good. I'm doing some work for DH business so i'm not totally unemployed and the perks of that is that i get to see all the new shoes that are coming in..........now that is a great perk
Moong - This baby is coming soon..........very soon.
Fiona - I'm so glad you are here with us.....we love the miracles that happen here....and all of our other little IVF miracles too......
Nessie - Helloooooooooooooooo lovely......tornado Kade is just as wild.....Jett and i both have scratches under our eyes, the same eye would you believe from him....little devil. He got a tap on the nappy for that one. Still as gorgeous as ever though.
Kismet - Sounds like little miss evie is going to be a water baby.......
Jfb - How is that bump going????
I have a ?. Have you heard anything good or bad about "Kurragong Kennels" we have book our lab in there over the xmas break...it looks good on the net....I thought you may have heard some things about it......
Mini - How gorgeous is J.....i've been looking at her pics on FB...she is so cute.
Helloooooooooooooooooooooo to everyone. Hope you all have a fab day. It's going to be a hot one here in Sydney
19-11-2011 15:25 #567
Amum, I hope something comes up with your job it's hard leaving a workplace you've spent many years at, particularly when it has been a good place to work...... though I must say the perks of working with DH are mighty nice... i suspect that occassionally you would be allowed to not only look at new styles, but hopefully take the odd one home too
Very excited to say that the house sold at auction today despite the shocking weather and for $30k more than reserve which was awesome. Market is not so good at the moment with only about 40-50% of houses selling at Auction so we were very lucky. Only 2 people bidding, but you only need 2.
On a slightly more frightening note, I saw some old blood when I wiped this afternoon , not much, but am freaking a little. Hope everything is alright. I don't think I can really do anything at this point but wait until Monday's scan. No cramping or heavy re bleed, just a little old blood. Anyone else have a little bleed at 6 weeks? Trying to stay calm.... but it's proving tricky.
19-11-2011 16:38 #568
Alittle great news on the auction. We had our forst open inspection today. Hopefully we got a few people through. Re the bleed, i had a lot of bleeding with scarlett, and it would have been around the same time that it started. I bled on and off til about 14 weeks. It was extremely stressful. I had a large clot on the outside of the pregnancy sac which didn't affect the pregnancy, but i did have to rest. So rest up as much as you can this weekend. Monday's scan will be very reassuring xx
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19-11-2011 18:07 #569
Alittle. I too had a small clot outside the sac which they saw at the 6 week scan and said would have been responsible for the bleed. I know how scary it is but bleeding during pregnancy is so common. Old blood is really nothing to worry about. Mine was bright red and still was nothing. Goodluck for your scan hon xxx
20-11-2011 14:04 #570
Hi Ladies, I haven't been on in ages, have been so busy I feel I haven't had much time for anything lately. I have decided to resign from my current position as it has been so stressful for me working fulltime at home this year that I was becoming quite irritable and grumpy and it just isn't worth it, I will look for something part time next year. I have put Jaye in for 2 days daycare and will look for something then.
Alittle congrats on the pg I hope that all is okay and you get to see a thriving little bub on Monday.
Moon it is nearly time for you now, exciting times.
Sonja thank you so much for the breastfeeding advice it was really helpful. I am still feeding Jaye 2x a day neither one of us is ready to give up those 2 feeds just yet,we'll get their. I hope Scarlett has recovered from her scare and you are all well. Marc must be getting big now.
Kismet great that Evie has taken her first steps and is enjoying swimming, I took Jaye to the pool today and she had a ball.
Fiona I was soooo excited to read your story and see that you got a natural miracle, I look forward to sharing your pg journey.
JFB hope you are enjoying Melbourne.
BK you are so close as well. I had differing results on my diabetes tests with Jaye I was high on the 1 hour but ok opn the 2 hour one, Jaye still had low sugar when she was born and measured big for her dates that was one of the reasons my ob decided to only let me get to 37 weeks.
Swede I am so sorry that you have had to go through such a horrid time with the chem pg I hope you are feeling a bit better today.
Amum sorry that you have felt it necessary to resign but perfectly understandable and it mmust be great working with DH and seeing all the great shoes.
Nessie the cruise sounds like a great idea - good way to relax and get ready for your next TTC.
I hope I haven't forgotten anyone, if so I do apologise, hopefully I will be able to get on to BH more often now.
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