As for cucumber I guess as long as it's thoroughly washed or peeled it should be ok? I ate it with dd and all was good. I just made sure I'd only eat cucumber I'd washed and prepared myself
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04-08-2013 21:21 #111
04-08-2013 22:00 #112
Never heard the cucumber thing. Ultimately I wouldnt stress TO much over food. Just take the attitude that its better to be safe then sorry, so if it smells/looks weird, avoid it!
I would like to say ill be happy when sickness kicks in as it really does help you feel like things are going smoothly BUT I was so sick last time! I'm terrified of doing it all with a toddler! Especially one that doesn't sleep!!
05-08-2013 05:42 #113
I had a horrible nightmare that I went to the loo and there was pink blood on the tp. Still checking every time - it's funny how the subconcious starts to then mess with you too...just for fun!
Lol- I'm sure that baby IS NOT moving on my signature. Come on little one - move along. I'm sure if I measured it and did the maths that it should be further along than that!!! That is not 1/8!
05-08-2013 06:50 #114
When it comes to food I think it's more about
Smart choices than anything. Don't put too much pressure on what everyone says you should and shouldn't eat. Apart from the obvious big ones, soft cheeses, etc, I kind of think if you had it before falling pregnant you can still have it moderately while you are pregnant.. There's so many old wives tales around that if you followed them all, you'd never eat!
And wanting to feel MS etc... Me too!!!! Although I think my symptoms have begun to show! In bed earlier than DH all weekend as I was just too tired to stay up, and last night I was awake until 11.30pm with the worst nausea ever... I was thinking at least if I throw up I might feel better.... Didn't happen though... 😔 Today is going to be a loooooong day at work!!!
Angel Baby ~Skye~ 21/11/2012
05-08-2013 07:32 #115
I agree with munchkin re food. I think as long as you don't eat a kilo if pâté you should be ok
Last night and today I've had the feeling in my lower abdo like I've done 300 sit ups, it's so tight and sore. I hope it's just this little surprise getting comfy and growing. Probably doesn't help that dd has decided that climbing on my tummy is the best game ever lately :/ Boobs are really sore too.
How was everyone's weekend? ☺
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05-08-2013 07:35 #116
05-08-2013 09:21 #117
05-08-2013 09:52 #118
I'm a "checker" too, I just can't help it this early on! I don't want to be totally ignorant (and this is not directed at you munchkin ) but I do find the amount of people in these pregnancy threads talking about their losses is freaking me out a little bit! I had a look in the pregnancy test results support section and immediately regretted it - gave myself nightmares about all the things that could go wrong throughout the whole pregnancy. it seems we've always got something to worry about don't we?
I POAS again this morning and I was pleased to see that the line was about twice as dark as the one I did the day before my BT. I've just got some internet cheapies hanging around from all those months ttc, but I think they might be a bit on the dodgy side. They claim to detect hcg around 25 but only gave me the faintest line and the next day my hcg was 187 on the BT. This mornings had much more colour in it but was still not quite as dark as the control line. I have another BT booked in for Thursday to check my levels, but I'm considering getting a digi test in the meantime to see how many "weeks" that puts me as.
sticky vibes to everyone
05-08-2013 09:58 #119
05-08-2013 10:55 #120
Sadly pregnancy loss is so common, and the reason I think it freaks people out is that we're 'not supposed' to talk about it.
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