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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 15:13 PM   11
missusgee
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Haha that is a good find! I had to go and buy some, on multi deal so not too painful. DH would have a fit if he knew how much I had spent on tests!!

Took my second less sensitive test and on a random afternoon pee the line was darker than before...yeeeehaaaaa! :-D



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 16:10 PM   12
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Have you all been in contact with the midwife yet? I was told by dr to get in contact but maybe wait a wee while until I was further along last Thurs when I got my bfp. Not sure how long she meant or when I should contact her? Don't want her to tell me I'm way too early and come back when I'm 'properly pregnant' iykwim (I know she probably wouldn't actually say this but pregnancy hormones are already kicking in haha ) xx



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 16:17 PM   13
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I have gotten in contact with my Ob from my last pregnancy and he is fantastic. Normally he doesnt take his patients till 9 or 10 weeks at the absolute earliest but because I have had a miscarriage under him in October (he did my d&c) he is taking me at exactly 6 weeks so that he can check me - give me an ultrasound and check all is ok and I dont die of worry!! I am very happy about that - he was fully booked out for that week but is taking me at 7am before he starts his other clients. What a champion!

Welcome everyone - cant believe we are in the preg forum! hehe

My symptoms are frequent urination, wind (yuk) and massive bloating in the morning - I already look 6 months preg with this bloating! No sickness yet.. still early lol

Sasha Joy - thinking of you lovely - hope all is going well and you get more good news very soon!


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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 16:23 PM   14
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I have gotten in contact with my Ob from my last pregnancy and he is fantastic. Normally he doesnt take his patients till 9 or 10 weeks at the absolute earliest but because I have had a miscarriage under him in October (he did my d&c) he is taking me at exactly 6 weeks so that he can check me - give me an ultrasound and check all is ok and I dont die of worry!! I am very happy about that - he was fully booked out for that week but is taking me at 7am before he starts his other clients. What a champion!

Welcome everyone - cant believe we are in the preg forum! hehe

My symptoms are frequent urination, wind (yuk) and massive bloating in the morning - I already look 6 months preg with this bloating! No sickness yet.. still early lol

Sasha Joy - thinking of you lovely - hope all is going well and you get more good news very soon!


xox
If you don't mind me asking, how many weeks were you when you had your mc? Big for you, that must have been awful! This time all our little beans are going to be super sticky and stay with us for another 8 whole months!!!! (Pray God)



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 16:40 PM   15
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The lady I spoke to at my Dr's said the midwife will see me around 8 weeks. That's aaaaages away

My headache has finally gone today, just feeling slightly nauseous, dizzy and weird pressing type cramps today...I'm taking that as a good sign little bean is really working some magic in there!

I still feel like this isn't quite real!



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 16:41 PM   16
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Oh, and like bambola...need to pee loads already! Hehe



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 17:19 PM   17
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makemeamammy I was just past 9 weeks when i had my mmc - we went to have an exciting scan and found out when we got there that the news was not good was very sad.. you get awfully attached to that little bean in those first 5 weeks!! I pray all of us have healthy bubs..

p.s. just got an email from a friend who i met on this forum after i had my mmc - she mc at the exact time i did and we had our ops two days apart and we have since kept in contact and email each other (she is on the other side of the world) - anyway she was very lucky to fall preg again pretty much straight away and she just sent me a pic of her 12week3day ultrasound! OMG it is amazing!! I pray this will be us in 8 weeks!

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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 17:30 PM   18
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When I started my pregnancy with Noelle I was in England and told to see the midwife at 10 weeks. Like you I felt it was ages away. Here I have an ob-gyn I was under before who runs one of Madrid'a two natural birth clinics as I was terrified by the typical levels of intervention and lack of choice with birth here in Spain having come from the UK where you have so much choice. I would usually see her at 6 weeks but with the bleeding I'm (still) experiencing I decided to go early.

I feel nauseous on and off, have been super tired for weeks and have cramps. This morning I had the metallic taste, that was quite a new symptom for me, not some thing I recall. I am worried the nausea is worse than last time when I got off almost scott free and was only sick twice. At the mo I'm finding it quite comforting to know I'm still pg.

'Scuse any typos, I'm getting used to a new mobile!

Oh yeah, and EDD is 28th Oct.



 
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Old Feb 19th, 2013, 20:03 PM   19
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I think it's so awesome that our EDD are so close together! We have 2 pairs of ladies that have the same EDD!

Today my only symptom is exhaustion. I'm so tired. However, I am also super bloated today. I'm still temping every morning. I feel like this is the only way I can be sure baby is ok right now. My temps are still staying high so it makes me feel good.

I'm also monitoring my caloric intake. My BMI is low, so I need to be sure I'm getting enough calories to sustain both of us, especially on the days I'm running. Right now I'm not supposed to add a ton of extra calories so I'm just making sure I'm getting there or a little over.

I'm glad you ladies are doing so wonderfully! I pray all the time that the little bean sticks and we have a happy, healthy baby.



 
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Old Feb 20th, 2013, 03:02 AM   20
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I started to write whilst I was shaking I the waiting room at the surgery but got called in before I posted. I'm so happy now! The sac was visible, correctly implanted and there's still some blood to come out that's opposite the implantation site. Doc said it is looking good and to go back if there are any issues. Next appointment is the one I should originally have gone to in two weeks!

Now to find my way to work from here...



 
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