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    No idea. Had 2 kids together before we got married. Our third came along after we were married but I have been going to the gym regularly for the last 4 years so never wear my rings anyway.

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    I had to stop wearing mine at about 35 weeks for two out of my three because of fluid. I only got to 31 weeks with my third so I was still wearing them when he was born.

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    No, I always gained lots of fluid and got carpel tunnel syndrome so the rings had to come off around 34 weeks

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    I didn't get a wedding ring until DS was 2 years old 😉 but my other rings got loose during my pregnancy.


 

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