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Old Oct 7th, 2016, 06:26 AM   21
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Hi star, welcome! Sorry you feel sickly, I do too, early for me!

Double, I'm sure it's nothing to worry about. But definitely feel your unease. I always freak out at the sight of any blood when pregnant, but I've had red blood at some point with all 3 of my boys! With my last two it was heavy, in fact, I got kept in hospital and narrowly avoided a transfusion with #3! I literally poured blood from 7w to 24w. He went all the way to 35 weeks tho!



 
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Old Oct 7th, 2016, 07:24 AM   22
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Double, I bled alot I'm 1st tri with dd2, that was the reason I had betas done with her, hopefully it stays away now, I forgot how hard 1st tri is



 
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Old Oct 7th, 2016, 09:55 AM   23
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Thanks all that's reassuring to hear!

Anyone else SO HUNGRY?! It could be in my head but I swear I'm starving all the time now.

Even if you're not finding out gender are you have any guesses on what you're having? I have no clue yet, but with my DD1 I had a dream I was having a girl around 10 weeks. As long as he/she is healthy I'm happy but I can definitely picture another girl...my husband pictures a boy



 
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Old Oct 7th, 2016, 10:38 AM   24
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I'm hoping to stay team yellow with this one as it's our last, though I found out with dd2 and ds at 28 weeks as couldn't wait any longer lol! Hubby wants to find out so I need to stay strong lol!
I feel like this one will be a girl xxx



 
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Old Oct 7th, 2016, 10:56 AM   25
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I'm planning not to find out, but I had a dream the other night about a baby girl!



 
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Old Oct 8th, 2016, 13:12 PM   26
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I'm out tonight for food and drinks!! My excuse is an uti and antibiotics 😂😂



 
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Old Oct 8th, 2016, 13:28 PM   27
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Does that actually work? I'm not a drinker anyway, so I don't have to worry. But I've always wondered if a friend of mine tried that if I would suspect that she was pregnant.

Anyway, how is everyone doing this weekend?

I had breakfast with some ladies from church this morning, and found out one of them just had a horrific miscarriage this week. Before I found this out, I thought I might share the news with them...but now I'm definitely waiting a while so I can be sensitive to her.



 
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Old Oct 8th, 2016, 13:41 PM   28
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That sounds horrific if do the same and wait. I'm waiting to tell everyone now only my mum and dad and hubby know, everyone else has to wait until scan is done.



 
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Old Oct 8th, 2016, 14:06 PM   29
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Hi - cautiously joining the thread. I had a very early miscarriage back in April so I'm quite nervous this time around. I am currently 4 weeks and 2 days pregnant, so it's pretty early! EDD June 16?

I am going for my first Dr.'s appointment this Thursday and I have only told my husband.

Nausea is probably my biggest symptom but I am the queen of nausea. I got it very early on with my last pregnancy and I already had quite a bit in the TWW. It's mostly when I eat. My nipples are really sore and stretching here and there, but I feel all right so far in terms of fatigue.



 
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Old Oct 8th, 2016, 14:11 PM   30
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Oh gosh tcinks that's awful. It's hard to know what to say isn't it? I've been on the reverse end of that many times. The worst one was when my sister in law indirectly announced she was pregnant, with the same due date as me, 2 weeks after my D&C (would have been first baby for both of us) it was a struggle to see her blooming while I was having chemo and I wasn't even sure if I could conceive again (mine was a molar pregnancy)

But, two years down the line, we were both pregnant again and amazingly had almost the same due dates again! But this time it all worked out and we both took home little boys!



 
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