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    Thanks ladies! Even having done this before, I still have trouble believing there's really a baby in there!
    @Wishnhope thanks for the roll call
    @mish239 I hope time goes quickly to your next scan. I hate all the waiting! My Doppler has been a life saver!!
    @Zimbaby I hope the itching stops soon!

    I'm just wondering what kind of exercise people are doing? I'm really hoping to start feeling better soon and get back into some! Not sure what to do though. I usually run and do weights but not sure I can manage running while pregnant! I was swimming but it made the dizziness worse!

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    Exercise.... hahahahahaha! That would be none! Maybe once every 3 weeks or so I get a bee in my bonnet and we go for a family walk over the weekend; but that's about it! I have some energy back, but not enough to get my butt into something regular.

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    My exercise has been moving house and unpacking! Building a double storey house seemed like a great idea til it became time to move in. Carry things up the stairs
    Is my weighs work out and building IKEA furniture is also a good work out I was enjoying swimming when I had time, just nice and slow. I found it relaxing.

    Took a few hours out for myself today and went to buy some clothes that fit and a bra or 2. The women at the shop made me angry cause I was trying on the bra and she was like it fits now but you will get bigger and it won't fit and I was like I understand that but right now nothing fits so even if these only last me a month I need them!

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    Haha Im glad Im the only one who laughs at the thought of exercise! My poor dogs dont get a lot walks these days... lucky they're getting older! All my energy is used doing housework or entertaining DS.
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    Anyone reacted to jewellery during pregnancy?
    Ever since I got pregnant (and I mean like not long after transfer) I cant wear my white gold wedding/engagement rings? Was never an issue the first time around. I can maybe go a day or two before my finger hurts and looks gross!

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    @Wishnhope, I haven't had any problems with jewellery but that looks nasty you poor thing.

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    Thanks ladies that makes me feel better for doing nothing except the occasional walk! I think it's hard when normally really active because I feel guilty but also feel too awful to do much! @mish239 that sounds like plenty of exercise!! @Wishnhope I haven't had any problems either and I do get bad dermatitis although not from jewellery. Pregnancy sure does weird things to us!!

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    @Wishnhope yes i get that too!!! Gets a big welt and itchy!! (Excuse the terrible nail polish 😐😐) @Willowglen Ive just been riding the stationary bike for 30 mins a day or walking my dog for 45 mins, try not to worry too much they say anything is better than nothing so a small walk is brilliant 😊

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    Oops heres the pic lol
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    Do you get dermatitis regularly @MrsBMum2be?
    All my other rings dont affect me and Ive never suffered from dermatitis before. Not much is helping so far

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    Default IVF Babies due Sep/Oct/Nov 2017 #2

    @mish239 I have only put on 2kgs or so and I'm almost 21 wks @Wishnhope I get that occasionally too. I stopped wearing my rings at work because I was constantly washing my hands (working in childcare) so my rings weren't drying properly and causing the rash. It flares up from time to time but hasn't in a while. I used to use and oatmeal based eczema cream and that helped. I don't get dermatitis at all.
    And no baby shower for me second time round

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