For some reason the birth centre here classifies me as high risk due to my Hashimotes... But I'm hoping that I might be able to say to them if my GP monitors my thyroid (as he is doing now) if then I could then us it... It's all midwives... And I would love to go there as they have pools for water births and all of the other devices for giving births, birthing balls, stools, mats, etc would be nice to have the options.
I am not for or against midwives or obs... I just would like someone that would support me in the way I would like to give birth. I understand the risks and are willing to change my mind on the reccomedations of those that know more... But I don't want to feel pressured into making a rash decision because I am "taking to long"... If there is a risk to me or baby then sure I'll do what needs to be done, but not just because "that's the way I do things, so you will do it or you will have to go somewhere else"
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14-11-2014 10:40 #1121
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14-11-2014 11:33 #1123Senior Member
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14-11-2014 13:21 #1124Senior Member
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@Grace1 I am taking Blackmores Pregnancy Gold. I take it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and I haven't had a problem with it making me feel ill or anything. The only thing is that I have found it can repeat on you and when it does you get a horrid fishy taste, not pleasant at all. Other than that all good
14-11-2014 13:23 #1125
I'm on Suisse, pretty sure they have fish oil in them too. I like then because the tablet is small compared to others.
14-11-2014 15:58 #1126
I'm taking blackmores when I remember
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15-11-2014 22:09 #1127
Question for those ladies that have had babies before... How bad is it to sleep on your back? Do you wake up before anything bad happens? I am usually a side sleeper but getting pregnant seems to make me want to sleep on my back... Not sure if it's just because I am rolling over because I have put my arm to sleep or what but find I wake up in the night laying on my back...
15-11-2014 22:31 #1128
You'll wake up before anything bad happens. I was the same but I found as belly got bigger it was too uncomfortable on my back and it actually made me feel nausea despite really wanting to lie on my back. Have u got a body pillow? I found something between my knees and under belly made side sleeping more comfortable just a bit of challenge to roll over and swap sides
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16-11-2014 07:49 #1129
Agree, once you get big enough for it to be a problem you won't want to be on your back anyway!
16-11-2014 08:05 #1130
Thanks ladies... DH was free kin out that I was laying on my back to much.
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