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Old Oct 21st, 2017, 08:40 AM   11
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Hello MrsB it's nice to meet you I am Nicky, what is your name? congrats on your pregnancy x



 
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Old Oct 21st, 2017, 12:09 PM   12
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It's lovely to meet you as well! My name is Sarah. Thank you very much, and same to you. xx



 
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Old Oct 23rd, 2017, 04:54 AM   13
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Hi Sarah, how is this second pregnancy going?



 
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Old Oct 23rd, 2017, 09:44 AM   14
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Unfortunately, about as rough as the first! I have hyperemesis, just like I did with my DD. How is your pregnancy so far?



 
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Old Oct 23rd, 2017, 15:01 PM   15
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Oh so sorry to hear Sarah is that what the Duchess has? I hadn't heard much of it until she got it lol hope your feeling better soon Mine is going well thanks now anyway I had bad nausea and fatigue in first 3 months with some blood and pain but its all settled now thank God thanks for asking hope your morning sickness eases soon! x



 
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Old Oct 23rd, 2017, 20:37 PM   16
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Yes, it's exactly what she has. Unfortunately, it's not a commonly heard of thing because it tends to be misunderstood. Many moms (especially new moms) don't want to talk about it because unless you have it or know someone who does- many people equate it to just bad morning sickness. But it's much more that that and is linked to depression and suicidal thoughts as well because it can get so bad and many haven't taken it seriously until recently (especially when she went public with the fact that she had it!). Thank you for the well wishes! I am doing many different natural treatments to help ease it all. I am feeling better overall this pregnancy than with my first, so that's exciting. And I am glad to hear you are feeling better! They say that (for normal pregnancies) the 2nd trimester is the best. I hope it goes by smoothly for you!



 
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Old Oct 24th, 2017, 16:37 PM   17
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Yes, it's exactly what she has. Unfortunately, it's not a commonly heard of thing because it tends to be misunderstood. Many moms (especially new moms) don't want to talk about it because unless you have it or know someone who does- many people equate it to just bad morning sickness. But it's much more that that and is linked to depression and suicidal thoughts as well because it can get so bad and many haven't taken it seriously until recently (especially when she went public with the fact that she had it!). Thank you for the well wishes! I am doing many different natural treatments to help ease it all. I am feeling better overall this pregnancy than with my first, so that's exciting. And I am glad to hear you are feeling better! They say that (for normal pregnancies) the 2nd trimester is the best. I hope it goes by smoothly for you!
Thanks so much also I remember the nausea (no sickness) and my mood hit rock bottom, I can only dare to imagine how a person like yourself with physical sickness would feel, you are a strong person, I am already feeling better in the second trimester though I feel like I have been 14 weeks pregnant for months now. I do hope the natural treatments work for you.

What are your hobbies Sarah?



 
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Old Oct 24th, 2017, 21:52 PM   18
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That's sweet of you to say, thank you. I certainly don't feel "strong," just like I'm constantly in survival mode. That's great though! At least you're not dealing with the nausea anymore. It is, in my opinion, one of the worst things in pregnancy! Thank you very much, I do too! And I just turned 15 weeks today! I'm slowly getting there, lol. Each new week is a small celebration in my home! My DH gets me a yummy treat every new week (chocolate covered strawberry or something like that) and we call them my "survival treats." It's something anyway, lol.

I really enjoy baking, reading & finding new ways to keep my one year old entertained. How about you?



 
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Old Oct 25th, 2017, 08:12 AM   19
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I wish I had survival treats lol how long have you been married? you are due not long before me then, your due date is 7 days before mine I do believe. I think your full term at 36 weeks there in America? it's 37 here.
I also enjoy baking (and cooking), reading (new to me), documentaries and History especially Tudor History (English History) my kids are normally in school, though its half term this week so it gets rather boring, may I ask your Daughters name?



 
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Old Oct 25th, 2017, 11:19 AM   20
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I've been married for almost 3 years! (Will be in January). I think it depends on who you ask. My midwife considers 37 to be full term but my old midwife considered it 36. Those are great hobbies. I love documentaries about history too. But I think my favorite documentaries are about ocean life. It's just so fascinating! And my daughter's name is Audrey. What about your children? How many do you have? (If you don't mind me asking).



 
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