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Old May 10th, 2016, 23:24 PM   61
kksy9b
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WDW- got you added! sorry about that And yes, GBS can come and go. Here if you test positive at any point during pregnancy they will treat you at birth as if you have it. better to be safe than sorry kind of a thing. I anticipate I'll have it at the end as well though based on my last pregnancy. Hope you enjoy the last week of feeling good for a bit! Did it go away with your other 2 after first tri or did it linger?

slammerkin- sorry it lasted so long for you I hope this time is different and you get to enjoy second tri as well!

Jan- thanks! I'll look into flaxseed when I go grocery shopping next week

van- totally understandable why its so nerve-wracking. i hope baby continues to grow well for you. are they going to do any more draws?

Angel- i've only had a few bouts of nausea and being a little extra tired...and i totally picked up more tests tonight lol. I think its hard when you are in that in between time before symptoms really kick in (though to be fair, lots of women are asymptomatic during first tri and still have healthy beans). If a test will help reassure you, then I would go for it at this point. I would heavily caution against testing past 6 weeks as you will start to run into the hook effect at some point and will only stress yourself more. And like Van said, GBS is Group B Strep. Here is a link with more information about it http://americanpregnancy.org/pregnan...rep-infection/ Essentially it is an infection that could be passed onto baby as they pass through the birth canal and cause things like pneumonia or meningitis (along with others). They will give you antibiotics during labor to protect the baby and drastically reduce the odds of them getting sick.

vrogers- welcome! i'm so sorry for your previous loss and pray for good news for you at your appointment!



 
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Old May 10th, 2016, 23:49 PM   62
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Kksy - I might go on Thursday. I can't decide if I should keep getting the betas or not.



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 02:34 AM   63
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My youngest caught GBS. He was born at 28 weeks so I was never tested. It was the scariest time of my life he deteriorated so quickly within hours he was being resuscitated. Luckily we were in hospital and my little man fought so hard. Definitely getting tested this time



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 06:45 AM   64
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Hi ladies, I was sitting on the couch last night with my legs over the arm and I did a wee sneeze and I had an almighty shooting pain in my right pelvis. It disappeared straight away but was painful. I've googled it and it came up ligament stretching however, I'm worried I'm a bit early for that?! At only 5w3d. Has anyone had experience of this? Today it feels a kind of strange throbbing pain, not sore but just annoying. Eek! 🤔



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 07:00 AM   65
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Hi ladies, I was sitting on the couch last night with my legs over the arm and I did a wee sneeze and I had an almighty shooting pain in my right pelvis. It disappeared straight away but was painful. I've googled it and it came up ligament stretching however, I'm worried I'm a bit early for that?! At only 5w3d. Has anyone had experience of this? Today it feels a kind of strange throbbing pain, not sore but just annoying. Eek! 🤔
Oh yes.... Just sneezed and it really hurt. Definitely ligament stretching. I Get it when I stand up to quickly. Definitely nothing to worry about



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 07:09 AM   66
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morning sickness has got me last night felt awful as I was so exhausted. Led in bed thinking I'm gonna throw up. Woke up this morning and felt iffy. Now just had a light lunch and my reflex's are on overdrive. I actually really badly do not want to throw up, I hate being sick



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 07:33 AM   67
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Thank you Shobbs! 😊 Sorry you're feeling sickly! Hope you have a good day X



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 08:36 AM   68
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Hi everyone

I'm due 18th Jan



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Old May 11th, 2016, 10:05 AM   69
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Kksy- You are very much welcome Hope it helps!

Shobbs- so sorry about your lil one, glad he was a fighter though.. Also sorry about the nausea but hey Nice sign!

Sunshine- sounds like legement pain It hurts I hate when I have to cough or sneeze ...

Patni- Welcome and congrats!!



 
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Old May 11th, 2016, 11:07 AM   70
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My morning sickness has gotten worse since yesterday. I was hoping it would be pretty mild this time around. I keep reminding myself these are all signs reminding me I am pregnant and the baby is growing.

I would also kill for a nap right now.



 
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