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Old Feb 3rd, 2018, 12:53 PM   31
LuvallmyH
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Hi all!

I was going to wait until I missed Af tomorrow, but Iím happy about how my compulsive testing is looking!
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Plus I got a + digi yesterday!

No real symptoms yet. I guess being tired & a little emotional. I did give up my second cup of coffee already. I usually get pretty bad mornin sickness so Iím going to enjoy the next few weeks of feeling ok.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 00:01 AM   32
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Hi ladies could I join you? I just got my faint bfp last night 10 dpo but tonight's was much darker so I'm feeling hopeful! Come on sticky bean! Due 10/16 with baby #2. Still hasn't really sunk in yet!

We have a daughter (her birthday is Nov 16th isn't that funny?) and I have felt for a long time that my 2nd would be a boy, and I am already feeling like it's a boy haha. Don't mind either way, would be a little more convenient not to have to buy all new baby clothes lol but that's nbd!

Not much for symptoms yet, sore bbs, some twinges and had a bit of pressure for a couple days.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 04:36 AM   33
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Welcome ladies I will add everyone once I'm home as Wi-Fi is abit sketchy where I am



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 04:45 AM   34
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I just had breakfast and am now feeling a bit queasy. Worried that I am just going crazy is morning sickness even possible this early?



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 05:01 AM   35
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Congrats and hello to everyone newly posted!

I have made a midwife and scan appointment. Itís march 1st for booking in and 20th I think for the scan! We are also going to get a private scan as only £49 haha so thatís booked for the 1st also so not long to wait.
Symptom wise Iím fine just tired still and bloating so badly and feeling full very easily.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 06:19 AM   36
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Welcome ladies! Congrats on the BFP!

Bloblo, I was throwing up at 5DPO, I think it's possible. Maybe you're just more sensitive!



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 11:12 AM   37
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Pretty much anything is possible in pregnancy! Everyone has a totally different experience and even different pregnancies for the same woman, as I've heard from lots of people. Let the fun begin haha!

I wanted to share something with everyone, when I was pregnant with DD I read an article from Mommypotamus that said it's possible that low magnesium levels contributes to morning sickness, and that most people are low in magnesium because of farming practices and soil quality etc. I took a magnesium glycinate supplement (in addition to prenatals and other things) with DD and I never got sick once, except for one hour of nausea in the first week. No puking though. It could have been a coincidence but I am doing it again this time just in case! I figure it can't hurt, magnesium is important and a lot of prenatals don't have much of it. I don't think many doctors are clued up on it though or perhaps there just isn't much research on it. I also take a B complex and Vitamin D drops. Here is a link to her MS remedy ideas: https://www.mommypotamus.com/morning-sickness-remedies/ I also recommend hugely increasing your protein and healthy fats. Protein helps prevent gestational diabetes according to my Dr, she even has me do a daily protein shake bc I don't tolerate eggs very well. Don't mean to be preachy, just sharing some info which I found really helpful, especially since there are some first timers! :-) If it helps even one lovely lady avoid the sickness it's worth sharing!



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 12:02 PM   38
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Interesting thought about magnesium - i will surely try it out. I have low magnesium due to not eating grains or beans, so i do sometimes take some supplements on days where i feel i haven't had enough leafy greens... I will start some straight away, been having a bad day and ginger tea is only helping for about 5min.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 12:03 PM   39
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I hope it helps! There is also a magnesium oil you can get which you rub on your skin for quicker absorption.



 
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Old Feb 4th, 2018, 23:16 PM   40
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That's very interesting!
Although, I'm not sure if that would be the culprit in my case? I do take my prenatal vitamin that has it... I eat a lot of spinach every day and almonds... ? Maybe too much magnesium? Ahaha, but I had read that before, so. I'll be sure to watch out!



 
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