Hi Adelaide Hubbers,
I am new to this site. My DH and I have been talking about starting a family but I have been unsure about a few things and I was hopeing you guys maybe able to help me answer some of my questions (women to women)
So I'm 25, I work full time and have a 40 min train ride to and from work each day, how do you handle what pregnancy might throw at you when your stuck on a train for that long?
In my job I am on my feet 8 hours a day and was wondering if anyone was in the same while they were/are pregnant and how did it affect you? And what did you have to change with your job because of the pregnancy?
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06-09-2016 15:38 #351Member
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06-09-2016 18:58 #352Senior Member
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I'm a nurse - 27weeks along now and my legs and back are getting really sore at work.
You can buy vomit bags from the chemist - they hide easily in your handbag/workbag, & mean you'll avoid getting caught short in a public place
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06-09-2016 19:12 #353
My DS is 8wks old now I was on my feet from the time I got up at 630am to when I got home at 4pm. You can't do much at work except rest in your breaks. If your back gets to bad you can get belly bandits from baby bunting they cost around $80ea and come in 3 different sizes. Shoes off as soon as you get home get your DH to rub them for you and keep them elevated. I was medically told to stop work at 32wks with pregnancy issues but my back was screwed aswell to the point some days I couldn't get up or even walk. Pregnancy massage helps but doesn't last for that long. As for the train dry crackers, some water and sick bags of your feeling like your going to vomit.
In the end you do what you have to do to be comfortable and last as long as work as possible. These days now though you can't work past 34wks unless you get medical clearance
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13-09-2016 06:41 #354
Has anyone been to the new park in plympton? I think it's great.
14-09-2016 22:23 #355
Hope everyone is safe. Our shack is flooded.
Anyone else affected?
Try and take care & skip school if it's to dangerous
15-09-2016 00:24 #356
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We are good. Blinds on the balcony went nuts and more damage added to them but they are being replaced with insurance in a few weeks because of the massive storm we had in July.
My pool is a few inches deeper though with a flamingo that went for s surf
Hope it's not to much damage @monnie 24 to the shack
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15-09-2016 06:42 #357
We are pretty good here. Can't see any damage, there's sunshine today. Guessing the shops will be jam packed
15-09-2016 09:24 #358
We are totally unscathed, other than our half done front paving has gone all wonky. Some of the pictures of metro close to CBD areas with real flooding - crazy!!!
15-09-2016 09:25 #359
We are at velo cafe and it's packed!!!
15-09-2016 18:07 #360
I was at Marion earlier. It was busy.
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