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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 06:41 AM   541
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Bigbetty sorry for your loss.

Welcome new ladies

AFM: I have had the most amazing weekend in Scotland visiting OH family all close family members now told our news. To the ladies who recommended sea band wrist bands I love you. They have been my saving grace this week end. Still got spates of nausea and have been sick but it has not been constant and it has left me feeling like I can eat again.



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 08:43 AM   542
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Loubie_2012- Congrats! I have added you to the front page.

Officially 8 weeks. Do any of you have a doppler? I bought one with my last pregnancy and was able to find bub starting at 9 weeks. I can't wait to get to pull the doppler back out. It is so reassuring sometimes.



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 08:48 AM   543
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mom-where did you get one? I kinda want to buy one! Does anyone have any they would like to sell? lol



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 09:20 AM   544
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mom-where did you get one? I kinda want to buy one! Does anyone have any they would like to sell? lol
I actually bought mine on ebay. It arrived with 5 days and cost around $50. Here are a few links to where you can buy one. It is actually much cheaper to buy one outright than to rent one.
http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trks...at=0&_from=R40

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...%2Ck%3Adoppler


I have the sonoline B and it is awesome at finding the heartbeat pretty early.



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 09:24 AM   545
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Thanks!!!



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 09:30 AM   546
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Thanks!!!
No problem. And just a little trick, you don't need to buy the expensive ultrasound gel. If you go to your sunburn isle at any store you can get aloe gel (the green kind) for a couple bucks and the bottle lasts all pregnancy.



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 09:36 AM   547
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Hi ladies!!

The MS.....ugh!! Really it's only when my stomach is empty, but it seems hard to fill my stomach and I'm not a big snacker so it gets empty fast. I literally scarfed down my lunch yesterday at top speed to get rid of the nausea.

First tri is so hard with a baby!! My son is amazing, but when I was first pregnant with him I could lie around and sleep-in and puke in peace. it's sooooo much harder. I've had issues with stomach cramping and diarrhea and he sobbed at my feet the other day while I was trying to go to the bathroom because he wanted to play. I'm so thankful he naps pretty well cause I can take a 2 hr nap with him in the afternoons.



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 09:46 AM   548
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I've had some spotting this afternoon. It's brown/red and only when I wipe (and then not every time), no cramping. I am terrified though. Waiting for my GP to call me back so I can get some advice.

Really hope it's nothing, but feel it isn't. Particularly upsetting because we were hoping to tell my in-laws at the end of next week when they come to visit from overseas for the first time in 3 years. It was going to be such a treat to be able to give them the news in person rather than over Skype as I know how much DH's mum wishes she were a bigger part of our lives.

Let's see. I am a pessimist at heart, DH is an optimist. I hope he's right!



 
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Old Aug 27th, 2013, 09:46 AM   549
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Momofone - Congrats on 8 weeks! Thanks for the doppler information, I would love to hear the heartbeat soon.



 
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I've had some spotting this afternoon. It's brown/red and only when I wipe (and then not every time), no cramping. I am terrified though. Waiting for my GP to call me back so I can get some advice.

Really hope it's nothing, but feel it isn't. Particularly upsetting because we were hoping to tell my in-laws at the end of next week when they come to visit from overseas for the first time in 3 years. It was going to be such a treat to be able to give them the news in person rather than over Skype as I know how much DH's mum wishes she were a bigger part of our lives.

Let's see. I am a pessimist at heart, DH is an optimist. I hope he's right!
I am keeping everything crossed for you!! Hope your GP calls you back really soon. It could just be bub getting more comfy since you are only 5 weeks along.



 
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