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Old Oct 11th, 2017, 14:35 PM   8291
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Hi ladies popping my head in again. Really must remember to come on here more. I guess life just takes over lol. Hayden is in nursery 3 afternoons a week now so more time on my hands.

Spiffy- I’m sorry to hear that your paediatrician wants to test your son for autism don’t be scared though of what the results might be he will still be the same boy you love and adore and that will never change. For me personally it was a relief to get Lewis the diagnosis as for years I was made to feel like it was in my head especially with his School because despite his issues he is very intelligent and so that overshadowed the little traits of his autism. We suspect Hayden is on the spectrum too he’s just like Lewis was at that age but throwing in non eating and refusal to sleep on top.

Your lines are looking lovely and I have everything crossed for you that this pregnancy progresses with no problems.

Dan-o hope you are keeping well and that your little girl is cooking nicely away in your tummy. I bet the boys can’t wait to meet their baby sister.

Luvymum so sorry for your recent loss and that you are spotting inbetween your cycles. Hopefully it’s just hormonal and will settle down soon. That’s crazy that they couldn’t find enough dna on your precious little fetus. That doesn’t sound right to me not with the technology we have these days.

Lian lovely scan pic hun hope the pregnancy is progressing well and your keeping well too. Sending a big hug your way too I always find due dates and anniversaries hard.

Ttc sorry to hear about the OB diagnosis wishing you all the luck for Tuesday though I’m sure you won’t need it. I’ll look forward to reading an announcement on here.

So not much news from me apart from that my cycles have finally returned. AF decided to show her face last night. Still breastfeeding Hayden so didn’t expect it return til I stopped like it did with Lewis and Harley. Suppose it’s a good thing as I can now track my cycles and decide if/when we might ntnp . Probably won’t be til next year now need to try and get my health back on track first and give my doctors a kick up the arse to treat me properly. (Low b12 left untreated). It’s linked to miscarriages so I really want that sorted before I even think about having another baby x



 
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Old Oct 11th, 2017, 17:48 PM   8292
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Babytots, it's good to hear from you! I hope your doctor takes your health seriously so you can be in tip-top shape before NTNP again.

I had my developmental evaluation appointment with Liam, and they said he has some traits consistent with ASD, but doesn't have certain traits that they'd typically expect. So now they want me to have him meet with an occupational therapist, a speech pathologist, and a developmental pediatrician, and then they said we'll sit down after all that and come up with a final assessment and a plan.

TTC, did your little guy make it here safe and sound?



 
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Old Oct 12th, 2017, 08:40 AM   8293
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Hey Iím so sorry! Recovery has been ROUGH. Little Ford arrived at 5:25 on the 10th. He was 5lbs 11oz but then it was discovered the scale was wrong and he weighed 5lbs 8oz. Heís dropped down to 5lbs 4 but my milk is finally in! The recovery has been very hard. Iím feeling semi decent today



 
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Old Oct 12th, 2017, 13:37 PM   8294
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I'm so happy he was born at a decent weight and that he's doing okay but I'm so sorry your recovery has been so tough. I can't wait to see pictures on Facebook.



 
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Old Oct 13th, 2017, 00:31 AM   8295
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Congratulations Ttc126 for your little man. I hope u can recover well.
Congratulations as well Spiffy for the new BFP! Fxed for a sticky bub.

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We are staying team yellow, definitely our last baby so I would like to experience knowing only during birth. Hoping it will make the birth easier and faster.



 
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Old Oct 13th, 2017, 11:35 AM   8296
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Hi there! I am breastfeeding and not preventing (though not with the intention of having another.. just haven't seen the need considering our particular circumstances). I was hoping someone who has conceived while nursing could help me.

My daughter is almost 11 months old. She eats some solids, but still mostly breastfeeds for nourishment (including throughout the night). I'm also pumping whatever I can to help supplement a friend's younger baby, as well as nursing that baby once or twice every few days when we deliver the milk. I have not gotten my first postpartum cycle yet... So I assume all these factors combined make it pretty unlikely that I would become pregnant. Especially since it took a year of carefully timed sex to conceive our last baby, meanwhile we are only having sex once in a blue moon these days. LOL

However, I've noticed that over the past couple of days my supply has increased quite a bit. There for a little while it was getting harder and harder to pump extra milk for my friend. Suddenly I'm getting at least 10 ounces a day (on top of my own baby nursing as usual). It's been almost 2 weeks since we last had sex. I guess I'm just wondering if this was a very early pregnancy symptom for anyone? I don't want to alarm anyone by purchasing a pregnancy test if there is nothing to worry about.



 
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Old Oct 13th, 2017, 12:36 PM   8297
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Hi there! I am breastfeeding and not preventing (though not with the intention of having another.. just haven't seen the need considering our particular circumstances). I was hoping someone who has conceived while nursing could help me.

My daughter is almost 11 months old. She eats some solids, but still mostly breastfeeds for nourishment (including throughout the night). I'm also pumping whatever I can to help supplement a friend's younger baby, as well as nursing that baby once or twice every few days when we deliver the milk. I have not gotten my first postpartum cycle yet... So I assume all these factors combined make it pretty unlikely that I would become pregnant. Especially since it took a year of carefully timed sex to conceive our last baby, meanwhile we are only having sex once in a blue moon these days. LOL

However, I've noticed that over the past couple of days my supply has increased quite a bit. There for a little while it was getting harder and harder to pump extra milk for my friend. Suddenly I'm getting at least 10 ounces a day (on top of my own baby nursing as usual). It's been almost 2 weeks since we last had sex. I guess I'm just wondering if this was a very early pregnancy symptom for anyone? I don't want to alarm anyone by purchasing a pregnancy test if there is nothing to worry about.
Pregnancy usually causes your supply to decrease if it changes anything, but those hormones can do odd things.



 
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Old Oct 13th, 2017, 16:34 PM   8298
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Thanks! I figured that a drop in supply is what the norm was. Especially as time goes on. I was just wondering if maybe a brief increase in the beginning might happen (related to all those very early breast sensations that occur in the first few weeks of pregnancy). Only time and/or a pregnancy test will tell, I suppose. Lol



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2017, 12:45 PM   8299
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How are you ladies????



 
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Old Nov 16th, 2017, 16:33 PM   8300
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Hey! I was just thinking about this group the other day and how quiet it's been.

I had my first ultrasound on Monday and everything was perfect! Baby measured 3 days ahead with a nice strong heartbeat. I think I can stop worrying now.



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