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Old Jun 13th, 2018, 13:36 PM   171
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Welcome to the group Beeka

Treeroot - I would go to both!

Horrendous migraine today that won't go away, I had it with my last two pregnancies too nausea has been coming and going all day.
Get well soon honey! I have had a nasty virus coupled with horrendous hayfever with the morning sickness I have felt pretty shite. Feeling much better now though rest up!
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Old Jun 13th, 2018, 13:42 PM   172
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Does anyone else notice their sickness comes and goes

I’ve had it really bad the last couple of days but today I’ve worn sea bands and my nausea has been much better and now I’m worried



 
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Old Jun 13th, 2018, 14:30 PM   173
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Does anyone else notice their sickness comes and goes

Iíve had it really bad the last couple of days but today Iíve worn sea bands and my nausea has been much better and now Iím worried
Mine defo comes and goes throughout day but more there than not now! I guess if you are worried take the bands off and feel that full on nausea again.



 
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Old Jun 13th, 2018, 14:39 PM   174
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It totally comes and goes Wriggley! No rules about "morning" sickness :P


So the reason I may not want to go to both is because I have my three year old and I'm not sure if I can bring him to the doctors with me? Usually it's fine with midwives but I don't know this practice.
Also, I'd have to sit through the same long list of questions twice lol. The midwife appointment will be just over an hour and I have no idea how long the doctor will be.

I suppose I could be honest with the doctor and just get a quick check up, letting him know that I'm probably going to switch to the midwives. But I'm really shy when it comes to potentially wasting someone's time

My pregnant friend told me today that I'm going to love the midwives, after I told her I got in lol, so I guess it's a good group.



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 00:37 AM   175
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Good luck for today Isaac! Xx



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 03:20 AM   176
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IsaacRalph - I hope your hayfever is okay now, good luck for today!

Treeroot - Could you postpone the doctor appointment in that case? See how it goes at the midwife appointment and then book one with the doctor if you feel you need it.



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 04:53 AM   177
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round ligament pain has started, turned over in bed and got a shooting pain! Sneezing - ouch!

Also- feels like my nipples have been scrubbed with a rusty Brillo pad!

Deep joy 😂



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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 06:04 AM   178
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After suffering a loss once before (in 2013) I can't help but worry now. I've had some cramping off and on which I know can be normal but can also be a bad sign. I've continued testing just to see the line get darker. Here they are. Bottom is this morning. Pretty sure I'm pregnant! Lol. I sure hope it's a good sign that all is ok. I have my first appointment tomorrow but that's just in take. Probably wont have an ultrasound for a few weeks. I'm getting excited! Still so shocked!



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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 06:58 AM   179
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Treeroot - Could you postpone the doctor appointment in that case? See how it goes at the midwife appointment and then book one with the doctor if you feel you need it.
Ya, that's probably what I'll end up doing...

I'm just guilty of wanting to hear that heartbeat sooner then later!



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 07:15 AM   180
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That sounds like fun reeve And it seems pretty early for rlp so that sucks!

I had on and off cramping my first couple weeks as well Summer2105, but so far so good (6wks+5).


I am guilty of eating a ton right now. I guess partially because it helps keep the nausea at bay but if I keep going along like this I'm going to have gained my 25-35 lbs by 2nd tri



 
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