This thread is timely for me. We are hoping to TTC in 2015 after I finish my degree. I am sitting here on the couch with wine and thinking I need to get healthy.....this thread has reminded me why that is extra important!!
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14-12-2014 18:51 #71
14-12-2014 19:09 #72
sajimum ? I finish my Masters degree in November and we are timing TTC #1 to give birth after graduation. (But then have the issue about not wanting a December baby or to be heavily pregnant over summer!)
14-12-2014 19:09 #73
Definitely a great excuse for a holiday! Good luck!! 😊
DF only had VR at the start of this month so we are only 2 weeks into recovery and yet to have a SA-just so hoping it works 😁
14-12-2014 19:09 #74
I am taking some vitamins too, albeit not regular but that is to change tomorrow. I went to see the naturopath the other day, i have some digestive issues so will be detoxing and healing my stomach and getting into a good habit. When i was pregnant with DD i hardly ate anything and lost weight instead of gain all the way to the end, i believe this was due to morning sickness but also impacted by my bad eating habits prior to pregnancy.
14-12-2014 19:20 #75
I don't have a set finish date as I am doing a doctorate - probably mid year I think (depends how long it takes to write my thesis). I don't think I can be pregnant while writing up though as I have had migraines through my first trimester with both my kids - no uni work was done for the first 3 months.
14-12-2014 20:30 #76
14-12-2014 22:22 #77
Hi ladies I have an 8 month old daughter now and am returning to work in March and then beginning the ttc process again maybe June/July so the same time of year as our daughter. Still breastfeeding so on prenatal/breastfeeding vitamins anyway . Will have my my papsmear next yr pre ttc and my booster for whooping cough as last one was 7 yrs ago and after another I won't need one before next bub after.
15-12-2014 18:15 #78
Still bf as well but not taking any prenatal. Just stopped doing it really shouldn't have though. They make me sick though.
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23-12-2014 10:42 #79Junior Member
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My husband and I have decided to TTC Feb/Mar next year for baby #1, only 2 months to go
I am taking pre-natal vitamins and have been for a couple of months now (no bad side effects yay). Also because I am considered High Risk (I have heart disease and a family history of twins), I am having a pre-conception appointment with my obstetrician this afternoon so will not be having a midwife. Hubby has started asking work mates who have children about pregnancy stages to (very cute I think lol). I am 26 and he is 28 so have decided it's a good time for us. We are very excited
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24-12-2014 05:43 #80Member
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Well. Been a while since i posted. Went off the pill 5 or 6 weeks ago to prepare...turns out my body didn't take long to adjust and currently 4-5 weeks pregnant! We don't mind and are over the moon as we expected it to be hard with me having a history of ovarian cysts..
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