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    I might see how the GP works out but I might decide to see an OB and pay (dont have private health) because that sounds like alot of monitoring and would probably feel more comfortable.

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    @LisaMaria
    No, sorry didn't see the aca program.

    I think I'll start pregnancy Pilates after 12w scan... Once we have told everyone. Don't want to risk running into someone I know!

    My FS is an OB so we have decided to stay in his care. He doesn't deliver at the most convenient hospital to us, but we are really comfortable with him, know he is good and he knows our history so we thought the extra 20min drive would be worth it
    (I might not be saying that on the labour day! Haha).
    Our first proper OB appt is at 13.5 weeks (in 4 weeks). He said we would put together our 'plan' at this appt, so should find out about often we'll be monitored, etc.

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    @SoReady I am huge too! Must be the 2nd bub thing?? Hooray for a wee boy!

    I also just missed the aca story. Anyone see it?

    Had a scan and bloods for nipt and nuchal today. All looking good, like a tiny bebe!!!
    @Barca07 I have been so so slack at exercise and feeling gross for it. I am looking to restart bootcamp (light version), walking, yoga/pilates and swimming if I can find a pool close by. I did PT and kickboxing until 29 weeks last time with no issue. Preg pilates was awesome as was preg yoga

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    @dancingbutterfly.
    Great news about your scans. Did you get your nipt results? Or just the blood test today?

    Wow.. You did kickboxing up until 29weeks! That's a good effort!

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    Default IVF babies due January/February/March 2016

    Another question for everyone.
    When did you buy maternity bra? I've pretty much grown out of all my bras and wondering if I should buy a maternity bra now or wait a little longer? Thoughts?

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    Great to hear dancingbutterfly. It's so reassuring after a scan. How long til you get your Nipt results? Are you going to find out the gender?

    Barca07, last time I pretty much lived in comfy sports crop type bras for most of my pregnancy, or bonds pullover bras were good too but I'm quite small chested. I bought maternity bras at about 36/37 weeks I think which was when I really started growing. I really liked the Elle McPherson maternity bras best and had a professional fitting as I had no idea what size I was

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    Congrats! @dancingbutterfly You must be relieved getting to this stage, I can't wait for my scan! Did you have your scan early? As I thought we were around the same date, I am 10w4d.

    I don't have a belly or big boobs yet so no need for bra yet, maybe its because it is my first but I don't have sickness anymore so I actually forget I am pregnant and need to remind myself!

    I found the ACA segment online if anyone is interested, definitely not suitable for me after failed IVF's and all of you I assume but its still interesting;
    http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article/90...vf-alternative

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    @Lisa Maria the specialist we see for nuchal and nipt requires you to do a scan with the nipt too. So i had a 10w scan and will still have the nuchal scan. I was pretty happy to get that extra scan!

    Dont get the nipt results for a bit, assuming at the nuchal unless my OB calls me with them earlier

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    @SoReady no we wont find out gender

    @Barca last time I was in mat bras from first tri. My (.) (.) get HUGE in early preg lol. This time I am staying in normals for as long as possible as i hate mat bras with a passion (breastfed my dd for 11 mths so we were well accquainted). Depending on your size most bra shops, or even target have some nice ones. I ended up in E/F cups so had to go to a speciality store. You might end up with a few different sizes as your rib cage gets larger too and post preg.

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    it is comforting getting a scan every few weeks @Dancing butterfly when is your Nuchal Scan booked for? Mine is Friday week, and blood test this Fri in prep very exciting!! The doctor also suggested the NIPT test so I will get this same day, she said because they test in Sydney now prices have come down alot (although the company I'm going with send off the results to America still) It makes it more competitively priced so it is $465 which I thought was good.


 

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