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    My DS who is 3 does the same thing. I tell him Mummy is talking and wait a minute. If he goes off to keep playing I wait until a break in conversation to let him speak. If he stands there waiting I know it's probably a bit more urgent, as in he needs to go to the toilet, so I excuse myself to ask him if that's what he's after. Whomever I'm talking with can understand why a conversation might be interrupted for a tiny bladder.

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    If you're planning a pregnancy you might check your rubella is up to date, and your varicella (chicken pox). It's worth noting that not everyone seroconverts (appropriately responds by developing protective antibodies to confer immunity).


 

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