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Old Aug 25th, 2012, 02:01 AM   41
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Look at that! Its a prune!!! I am so glad that HP is starting to feel a bit better. A couple more weeks and it should be much better!!

I am waiting on pins and needles for Leah to arrive at her reserved table. Come on Tuesday!!!



 
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Old Aug 25th, 2012, 04:22 AM   42
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I know, I'm so excited for her i just hope hope the blood tests show baby is wiggling around for her!



 
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Old Aug 25th, 2012, 10:57 AM   43
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Guys...we're a little worried. The missus is spotting. Nothing in her underpants but enough to notice when she wipes. It started last night. Normally with AF if that happens it is full force AF in hours. Nothing happened overnight (thank goodness) but there is still a bit of pink. Please tell me this is normal and we aren't out? I'm kinda freaking out a little.



 
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Leah, pink spotting even brown spotting is normal during early pregnancy, especially around the time AF is due. Jen had it. Freak us out a little too! If it was only spotting and not AF you are still in!!! Try no to stress so much, as you said in a previous post, there is nothing you can do. even thing will be fine.



 
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Thanks Kelley. It has been a rough couple of days. Between my central nervous system going nuts and DP quitting her IBS meds, we are a hot mess around here. I think the lack of seeing that concrete BFP still has us a bit on edge too. My sister was texting with me this morning and told me to calm down before I get ulcers because goodness knows we don't need any other medical concerns. LOL! I just can't help but be a bit anxious.



 
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Thanks Kelley. It has been a rough couple of days. Between my central nervous system going nuts and DP quitting her IBS meds, we are a hot mess around here. I think the lack of seeing that concrete BFP still has us a bit on edge too. My sister was texting with me this morning and told me to calm down before I get ulcers because goodness knows we don't need any other medical concerns. LOL! I just can't help but be a bit anxious.
I know the stress you are going through and it sucks! Your sister is right, you do not need an ulcer! It is perfectly normal in your abnormal situation to bit anxious. I would be losing my mind!!! Try to be sweet to one another and help each other through this "crazy making" weekend. I have faith.



 
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Thanks Kelley. It has been a rough couple of days. Between my central nervous system going nuts and DP quitting her IBS meds, we are a hot mess around here. I think the lack of seeing that concrete BFP still has us a bit on edge too. My sister was texting with me this morning and told me to calm down before I get ulcers because goodness knows we don't need any other medical concerns. LOL! I just can't help but be a bit anxious.
It's only natural you're anxious but try and stay calm to support your wife if she is "up the duff" then she'll need it

Wife is still quite sick and very upset today, lots of tears I just want to hug her but her "supersonic snoz" sense of smell is so bad she can't stand the smell of much likely shampoo, deodorant, coffee breath or anything



 
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Thanks Kelley. It has been a rough couple of days. Between my central nervous system going nuts and DP quitting her IBS meds, we are a hot mess around here. I think the lack of seeing that concrete BFP still has us a bit on edge too. My sister was texting with me this morning and told me to calm down before I get ulcers because goodness knows we don't need any other medical concerns. LOL! I just can't help but be a bit anxious.
It's only natural you're anxious but try and stay calm to support your wife if she is "up the duff" then she'll need it

Wife is still quite sick and very upset today, lots of tears I just want to hug her but her "supersonic snoz" sense of smell is so bad she can't stand the smell of much likely shampoo, deodorant, coffee breath or anything
We will just all Just have to hug and hold eachother up. My wife also has a severe case of bloodhound nose. She said just this morning that the smell of the laundry detergent made her sick (I've used the same kind for quite a while) and she got sick brushing her teeth because the mint taste was "so strong". She slept on the couch last night because of her tummy sickness. It makes me sad that she feels so miserable from quitting her medicine but she refuses to take it until we've confirmed as we found out it could be harmful to the development. So in the meantime her tummy is in a world of hurt.



 
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DW has severe acid reflux and she can not take her meds either. It took some adjusting and some pretty bad days but eventually she found a way to cope. It is really challenging when your everyday "make me feel like a normal human" medication becomes off limits. Perhaps her GI will be able to put her on something compatible with her pregnancy that make her too uncomfortable. Just keep thinking, it is only nine months and it will be all worth it in the end. I am sure that the day DW stops breast feeding she will happily refill her Rx and be able to eat all the things she loves again.



 
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Hey girls!!!

Well we had our NT scan today and we screened negative for Downs Syndrome. this of course was a concern due to her "advanced maternal age" as she will be 36 whe she delivers.

Other than that we are doing fine. She is knocking on the door to the second trimester and is still feeling pretty good.

I got my second cast off today and got my 3rd put on. I am healing faster than the doctor expected so this may be my last cast. Woo hoo! Then I will be in a walking boot for a month or two as long as I promise to take it easy.

MummyPony how is DW doing? Is MS gone?

Leah I have a pic of you two sitting on my fertility God this month so we are really pulling for you!



 
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