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When you first found out you were pregnant, aside from your due date, what did you want to know about first? What food to avoid? How much medical care would cost? If you should avoid medicines? Something else?
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05-01-2016 13:30 #1
What was the first thing you wanted to know when you found out you were pregnant?
05-01-2016 13:43 #2
What you should do after your at home pregnancy test.
I was not sure when to make an appointment with the doctor, when you have to see a ob, when you book the hospital ect.
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05-01-2016 13:57 #3Senior Member
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Honestly my first thought was 'am i going to be a single parent?' Then it was 'okay, so what do i do now?'
I was so scared i didnt tell a soul for weeks, just bawled my eyes out and stayed in bed! My now 17 mo old os the light of my life
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05-01-2016 14:01 #4Senior Member
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First thought. Omg. No wonder I'm so sick lol
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05-01-2016 14:01 #5
Is it a boy or girl?
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05-01-2016 14:06 #6
After lots of IVF I wanted to know it was healthy and would be OK. I wanted to know how much exercise I could safely do, food I could eat and medicines to avoid.
Didn't care about anything else. Just wanted to know the babies were ok.
10 fingers and 10 toes. That sort of thing.
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05-01-2016 16:44 #7
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05-01-2016 17:50 #8
after 4 years of TTC - the first question was whether or not I could believe the pregnancy test, and how often they give false positives
other than that - when to make appointments, what symptoms I should expect etc
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05-01-2016 18:19 #9
If my Bub was ok and what tests were available in Aus to see if everything was OK. (I'm pretty sure this is when my anxiety started)
Followed by - I've taken the test, it's positive, now what? Who do I see? What tests should I expect? What should I ask for that won't be routinely offered? How do I give this bubba the best chance at the healthiest start?
05-01-2016 18:30 #10
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