Less than 30wks and want to talk about anything other than labour. Anyone??
I'm FTM and presently 27+ weeks along. Third trimester forum seems to be full of threads about labour. I don't feel ready yet to talk about labour. But would like to have buddies to talk about other everyday things and doubts.
Hi there , I am 29 weeks tomorrow and I was just thinking how third tri was kind of making me depressed because everyone is in labor and having there babies and I'm all over here with forever to go still lol. How has your pregnancy been going so far?
Hi ladies! I'm 30 weeks and would love to talk about non-labor related pregnancy stuff. (Especially, since I have a sneaking suspicion that my labor's not going to go the way I want, since I'm trying for a VBAC.)
So far, I've had a relatively easy pregnancy, although my bump is growing all the time, making it hard to breathe.
Me too! I'm 27 weeks today and was just perusing the 3rd tri section and am was feeling a little out of place! We're at kind of an imbetween point, I think. Not really fitting in 2nd or 3rd tri. I have been feeling really good so far, and have luckily had no issues real issues with my pregnancy.
Me but my pregnancy has been anything but easy ive been off work since 8 weeks from severe ms and abdominal pains was in the hospital at 10 weeks with appendicitis was in hospital at 15 and 19 weeks with spotting have a large cyst on my ovary and have now been diagnosed with GD even though ive lost 20lbs since finding out i was pregnant. Im counting down to delivery hoping nothing else goes wrong
I was thinking of heading back to the second tri group as I just moved into the third tri and didn't see anything that wasn't about labour and labour watching. Thanks for starting this thread!
I have had an easy pregnancy so far, other than I have to go to the high risk clinic once a month to make sure I am not high risk. I had high blood pressure before pregnancy but since I've been pregnant it has stuck around the 120/76 mark so we are really good.
I've had such a good pregnancy that I'm afraid my labour will be very intense! :/
This is great. I am 31 weeks but I definitely feel inbetween the two groups. I'm weeks away from the birth but out of the 2nd tri.
I must admit despite feeling crap the first week or so of the 3rd tri I now feel great! I've finally got something that controls my heartburn, I'm on maternity (had to go early due to long term back problem) back ache has gone and apart from being a little tired I feel amazing I had a horrible 1st and 2nd tri so I'm glad to be here but the idea of labour is scary!! perfect thread
My pregnancy has been good, I have a bicorunate uterus so I have been blessed with 10 ultrasounds this pregnancy, it is amazing to see the little one so much!! The only bad thing is I was 155 pre pregnancy and I am at 194 now at 29 weeks I think I am going to be so huge before I have him. I used to be 218 got down to 135 at my smallest now getting back up there is making me depressed. That's the only downfall but baby Zaiden is going to be so worth it!!
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