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Old Aug 4th, 2018, 16:33 PM   11
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So bloated today! And hormonal, I put in frozen for DD because I feel so ugh today and bawled for the first 5 minutes of it. I forgot about the stupid things that would set off the waterworks.

How are you feeling?



 
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Old Aug 4th, 2018, 17:59 PM   12
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Hello everyone!
My husband (27) and I (33) are due with our 2nd little on April 3rd.

It's been pretty easy going so far, but it's only 5 weeks 3 days. I expect some nausea by next week but we'll see what happens.

Nice to meet you all!



 
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Old Aug 4th, 2018, 19:18 PM   13
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Welcome Eberhaus! I have you added and congrats on #2!



 
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Old Aug 4th, 2018, 20:33 PM   14
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Welcome Eb!



 
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Old Aug 4th, 2018, 20:35 PM   15
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So bloated today! And hormonal, I put in frozen for DD because I feel so ugh today and bawled for the first 5 minutes of it. I forgot about the stupid things that would set off the waterworks.

How are you feeling?
I've been watching This Is Us and have been bawling through most of it. It was too much of a trigger during infertility so I never thought I'd watch it! Now I'm just a cry fest lol



 
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Old Aug 5th, 2018, 02:24 AM   16
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Definitely bloated over here too Grateful (almost) for being slightly overweight still, NO ONE will think I'm pregnant, just a bit pudgy

Sore bbs are the main symptom still. Bits of nausea.

Have been setting up a sort of diet plan for myself to hopefully help prevent a recurrance of gestational diabetes and I think I can do it! I will have some cake on birthdays etc and enjoy dining out on occasion but overall trying to keep (the good) carbs / proteins and fat balanced.

The reason this matters to me is that my late diagnosis last time meant DD had macrosomia, I gained too much weight, I had to be induced at 38 weeks and DD had shoulder dystocia with various consequences to me (not her, thankfully) during delivery. In short, my delivery was tough.



 
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Old Aug 5th, 2018, 07:10 AM   17
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Belle This is Us is so crazy! I'm not caught up but I used to bawl before I was pregnant, such an emotional show but so so good.

Katie that sounds terrible, I can relate to wanting a different type of birth this time around. Labor and delivery is supposed to be this beautiful thing and when it doesn't go that way it's almost like a feeling of being robbed. You can do it for sure, especially if you are already starting right now!



 
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Old Aug 5th, 2018, 07:59 AM   18
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Welcome Eb

Having a plan from go is a fantastic preventative measure. I do hope you can avoid any of your previous complications Katie



 
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Old Aug 5th, 2018, 18:35 PM   19
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I was diagnosed with Cholestasis at 29 weeks in my last pregnancy and right around induction I think they were considering diagnosing with pre-eclampsia. While Iím hoping for neither of those this time around, Iím almost afraid NOT to have Cholestasis because Iíve never carried a baby past 37 weeks... :/

My last delivery wasnít hard, but the induction lasted from Friday night till Monday when Rain was finally born.

You probably all already said, but what number babies are you all working on?



 
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Old Aug 5th, 2018, 18:45 PM   20
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What a long induction Eb. My first was like that and I did have Pre-E. I dunno, I wouldn't wish ICP on any one. Did your LO have a NICU stay at all?

This is lucky #13 for us. We have 7 earthside and 5 angels.



 
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