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Old Dec 29th, 2013, 16:39 PM   41
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I'm due the 25th too!

So far sleeping is only unmanageable because OH and our new puppy hog the bed. I find that I wake up and pretty much have to run to the loo to avoid an accident! Heartburn is a frequent visitor, during the day, at night, whenever it wants to show up basically. I keep a roll of tums by the bed which helps a little. I've noticed that cutting back on sugary foods helps lessen the heartburn.

My back and ribs ache constantly. . . what else?

Oh yes, emotions! I wake up irritable and crying. Have bouts of both throughout the day and anything can trigger tears!

Most of the time I try not to complain unless everything is going on at once.

Here's to a quick and healthy delivery for all of us!




haha mines OH and a cat who likes to lay on us suckling his cover



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Old Dec 29th, 2013, 17:34 PM   42
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Hi All

I am due 18 March this thread is a good idea.... Everyone seems so much further ahead, so it's nice to see a bunch of girls due around me



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 01:27 AM   43
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I never expected this amount of response! I expected maybe a couple of people but blimey, I set off a radar haha!!

I got my first "painful" kick yesterday evening, he must have hit a nerve. All his other kicks just feel funny and unexpected, and awesome! He hates it when I lay on my left side, he starts kicking and rolling continually till I move onto my back!

I'm ringing the dentist today cos this toothache has lasted 3 days and a recent study showed a link between preterm labour when mother has infection of te gums or teeth as the infection goes to baby through his blood stream!

I definitely feel like nothing in 3rd tri relates to me and that there is sooooo much I'm still yet to ask and find out!

I have my blood tests on Wednesday, then hopefully my midwife will start talking to me more about breast feeding and other things because according to my checklist in my notes, she hasn't spoken to me about hardly anything that it says she should have by now



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 02:01 AM   44
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I'm due mid march on the 14th but totally expecting her to go 2 weeks over like her brother. I'm hoping for a birth on the 27th as its my mums birthday, but last time DS was due on the 26th and that worked out great as he was born the 11th April!

My only complaint is she's currently pushing/kicking my ribs and they feel like they are in constant pain. No matter what I do, I'm finding it hard to get comfy.



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 02:11 AM   45
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Hi Ladies!! I would love to join! I am due 31st March and was literally moving over to third tri today (very nervously!) I am really glad to find this thread as was a bit worried that the majority of posts seem to be from ladies much further along. Will be great to get to know you all and help each other through the next few months!



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 03:49 AM   46
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I have my blood tests on Wednesday, then hopefully my midwife will start talking to me more about breast feeding and other things because according to my checklist in my notes, she hasn't spoken to me about hardly anything that it says she should have by now
I hope my next midwife appointment is more informative! I feel like mine haven't told me anything (this is my first child and I'm clueless!! )



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 05:13 AM   47
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I have my blood tests on Wednesday, then hopefully my midwife will start talking to me more about breast feeding and other things because according to my checklist in my notes, she hasn't spoken to me about hardly anything that it says she should have by now
I hope my next midwife appointment is more informative! I feel like mine haven't told me anything (this is my first child and I'm clueless!! )
I feel exactly the same. I see all these threads on here talking about things I've never even heard of but should probably know about. My midwife hadn't covered even half the things written in the checklist that she should have by this gestation. I have so many unanswered questions.
I'm so undecided/nervous about breast feeding and feel I personally need some support and more info on it, not too mention talking about the birth, I've no idea what to expect, no idea what happens during labour and after delivery, any knowledge I have to do with pregnancy is either experience from this first 28 weeks, or what I have read on here or in books!!



Welcome to all the new ladies I might have to edit my first post and do a list of people expecting and what date



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 05:47 AM   48
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I totally feel the same as you!

I want to give breastfeeding a go but I have no idea on breastfeeding. If I can't breastfeed I have no clue on formula feeding either! Feel so clueless

I've not thought about labour yet as may need a C-section (due to low lying placenta) but I have a scan in 4 weeks which will determine whether I can give birth naturally or not. I guess my midwife will talk about labour after that scan (Well I hope she does!)



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 06:59 AM   49
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Wait, we're supposed to know about things like breastfeeding by now?! Lol, they don't tell you jack here unless you ask... actually it totally drives me nuts. Everything I know so far is from the books I bought, friends who had babies, and this forum!



 
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Old Dec 30th, 2013, 07:09 AM   50
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My midwife asked me if I was planning to breast feed at my 25 week appt. I said yes I wanted to give it a try. She wrote that down in my green notes. End of conversation!!! Um hello.... I am FTM a little more info would be helpful! Have 28 week appt next Monday so will be asking what guidance and support there is available as otherwise I don't have a clue, think she only asked me so she could tick the box that says she has talked about it!!.



 
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