Sariele - good luck for today. Keep us posted x
It's gone quiet on here. Hope we're all too busy growing babies Thanks for the wonderfully inspiring stories ladies. I often look back on this thread to see what others were feeling/doing at my stage.
Afm-still waiting waiting. Am 7wks 4dys and still looking for symptoms. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy to have missed out on the ms (Sounds awful for those out there, but I'm sure you're willing to take it on after what you've had to do to get here ) I know worrying less is the best thing i can do to keep growing bubba. But I wish I had a home scan machine! !!!
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22-07-2013 07:13 #312
Thanks everyone for your kind words. xxAm 7wks 4dys and still looking for symptoms. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy to have missed out on the ms (Sounds awful for those out there, but I'm sure you're willing to take it on after what you've had to do to get here ) I know worrying less is the best thing i can do to keep growing bubba. But I wish I had a home scan machine! !!!
22-07-2013 07:56 #313
MusicalGal I wish I had a home scan machine too. Id go every week if I could. Lol
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22-07-2013 09:12 #314Member
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Good luck, Sariele! Keeping my fingers crossed for you!
I am 7w5d today and also still don't have many symptoms. Boobs are bigger and intermittently painful (but feel fine at other times) and I have a lot of food aversions, especially at night but no nausea. Can't say I really feel pregnant.
My next appointment is next week Wednesday with the obstetrician. Continuing the waiting game until then.....
22-07-2013 09:27 #315
Good luck today Sariele! cannot wait to hear all about your scan and your little bub.
Musicgal & Sunshinebell i am in complete agreement, I drive myself crazy with what if's and reading horror stories ( i cannot stop it is like an addiction ). I would love an ultrasound machine however I doubt I would get anything done as I would be on it 24/7 haha. I read that kelly I think it was hired a doppler machine - that is tempting anyone know much about them?
Booking in appt wednesday, super excited and kind of nervous...I know I am insane. I feel like until this 19 week scan is done I will be constantly nervous. I am only nervous because I heard that they can check the heartbeat and sometimes dont find it (not because of an issue just as it is hard to find) which will of course send me into panic mode haha....only 38 days till my scan haha
There you go everyone - I definately am an example of how you never stop worrying lol
22-07-2013 11:49 #316
Ok ladies so I'm on the other end of the scale and have really bad MS. I'm hoping to get some advice as nothing has really worked. I only throw up once or twice a day but I am constantly feeling ill! I am struggling to lead a normal life as I am feeling nauseous 24/7. Does anyone have any advice on what I can do? I've tried ginger and sea sickness bands which haven't helped me. I'm booked in to see the dr tomorrow and hoping they can give me a magic pill to make it go away
22-07-2013 11:50 #317
And good luck today Sariele, I'm sure your little one will be just fine xx
22-07-2013 13:32 #318
these are the things that helped me (they by no means solved the problem, but they seemed to help lessen the symptoms):
- sipping lemonade (it would take me all day to drink a can, but it seemed to help).
- wearing the travel wrist bands (still wearing them all day everyday).
- eating fatty snacks like potato chips.
- replacing meals with sesame wheat crackers (not less greasy ones) and cheese.
- sipping fluids slowly, and only after food.
- resting as much as possible.
good luck! I hope you get some relief
22-07-2013 18:17 #319Member
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Hope it all went well, Sariele. Thought of you this afternoon.
22-07-2013 18:21 #320
Thank you everyone!! Baby was measuring right on track at exactly 7w3d. We had what looked like a nice heartbeat, but FS didn't measure it.. I'm not sure if he doesn't do it unless it looks worrying, or because he was having trouble keeping the probe focussed on it for long enough. We only heard it for about 3 seconds, lol. But he seemed happy, so I assume it was all good! I think I might be able to relax about my lack of symptoms now, because obviously (so far, at least) it doesn't mean anything.
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