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    Wow MrsE you are peering along. What is your edd? And RoRo, yours too? I'm sorry you've probably put it somewhere and I've missed it.

    AFM one chemical preg from first FET. Doing bloods ATM for next one. Fingers crossed this works. As I got pg with DS after a chemical I'm very hopeful this will work.

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    Oooh, good luck wunsi! I hope the pattern repeats for you! xo

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    Wunsi, sorry to hear about your chemical. I hope history repeats itself though and you get a sticky one next time.

    My EDD is 25/2.

    Well I actually just moved my scan date today as it seems DH could be overseas on the original booked date. It's sooner now though, so that's great. It's now October 8.

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    Wunsi, I got this sticky one directly after a chemical too - here's hoping the pattern holds for you!

    My EDD is 2 Feb 2015 - so I'm 21w 4d today. I feel like I look about 30 weeks - the bump has really popped out in the last few days.

    Erin, your next scan is your anatomy scan, right? Are you going to look for boy/girl bits?

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    Quick update to keep the thread alive - 23 weeks today, had my monthly checkup and all is well (no scan though, bah!) and am booked in for my glucose challenge test and first growth scan at the end of the month. Baby is kicking the crap out of my cervix as I type this. Go kicky baby go!

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    Wow RoRo, I can't believe you are at 23 weeks already, that's fantastic! Good luck with your glucose test

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    Well hi ladies, sorry I've been MIA.

    I've had a bit of a scare with a big bleed on Sunday night. I had felt uncomfortable for a few days and thought it was just the baby getting bigger. Then, during the night I rolled over and coughed a little and all of a sudden felt a gush of something. I thought my waters had broken but realised quickly that it was blood. I think maybe it had been pooling up in there for a while and causing pressure because I no longer feel so uncomfortable.

    DH took me to hospital and they admitted me. Bubs heart rate was fine. They suspected placenta previa but a scan Monday night showed it was actually a SCH, which is not great but better than PP. I am now on bedrest in hospital until I've had a week without bleeding.

    Sorry for the very 'me' post. I'll hopefully get back for personals soon but it's tricky to type whilst confined to bed.

    20w today :-). We had scan on Monday and all is well with bub. Now that I'm confined to bed I'm feeling him/her move around which is cool.

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    Oh no mrserinr, how scary! What is SCH?? I'm glad bub looks like he/she is doing well though. That must be a relief. Rest rest rest rest rest!! Every day that you can get further along will be such a blessing. Keep in touch with us while you lay around. We'd love to know that you're travelling okay.

    Roro...great to read your post!

    And for both of you, I'm so happy that you're feeling those little ones kicking away. It's such an amazing special time before you share them with the world and I often wish I could go back to that time as it was just magical. So take it all in, every hiccup, kick or wiggle. It is precious precious memories later xo

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    SCH = sub chorionic hematoma

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    Wow MrsErinR, that would have been truly scary! I am so glad that everything seems to be ok though. Bed rest for a week sounds fabulous, time to catch up on any books you have wanted to read or tv shows you have missed


 

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