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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 08:18 AM   21
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I have been there many times. Many of my dad's friends live there and my grandmother lives in North Palm Beach. I plan on hitting the mall there many times while I am in FL[/QUOTE]

Awesome and so ironic Yes, the mall here is awesome! Plus we got an H&M not too long ago



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 08:33 AM   22
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how are you feeling sunshine, have you got any symptoms yet?



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 08:50 AM   23
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I do have a question for you ladies. Last night I had a horrible cramp in my left ovary...it was so bad it woke me up in the middle of the night. I have been having VERY minor cramps here and there but this one was particularly bad. Is that normal?

No m/s yet but I have had a stuffy nose and cold the past week which my doctor said is due to the pregnancy and my immune system being lowered...hope that is true



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 08:54 AM   24
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how are you girls feeling?



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 09:00 AM   25
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I have been getting pains in my ovary area it's mainly on a night if I move in bed I think it's just our ovaries getting back to the right size after stimulation, and stuff stretching and moving about.

I've been bloated for quite a few days and been a bit gassy, am also getting slight nausea, but nothing major, I'm wishing myself ill as symptoms would be so reassuring



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 15:18 PM   26
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sunshine, I came down with a nasty cold the day after I got the positive HPT. I didn't connect it to the pregnancy at the time, but I have also heard that many newly pregnant women come down with colds because their immune systems are lowered. So, I think that you can take this as your first official pregnancy symptom I also had random pains, etc. in the 1st 2 weeks or so after finding out I was pregnant. They went away, and have now been replaced with stretching pains. Every once in a while when I cough or sneeze, depending on what kind of position I am in, I get sharp pains in my stomach muscles.



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 16:54 PM   27
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sunshine, I came down with a nasty cold the day after I got the positive HPT. I didn't connect it to the pregnancy at the time, but I have also heard that many newly pregnant women come down with colds because their immune systems are lowered. So, I think that you can take this as your first official pregnancy symptom I also had random pains, etc. in the 1st 2 weeks or so after finding out I was pregnant. They went away, and have now been replaced with stretching pains. Every once in a while when I cough or sneeze, depending on what kind of position I am in, I get sharp pains in my stomach muscles.
thanks michelle...it will be so great to have you ladies that are ahead of me as "guides" Yall have already been so helpful my cold is dwindling now and I go in for my third beta tomorrow. Just praying those numbers are really high!!



 
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Old Nov 21st, 2011, 19:35 PM   28
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I have the stomach pains now. Damn the relaxin stretching my stomach ligaments! But I guess I was one of the lucky ones, no sickness except for a sinus infection and now thats to the Doc's allowing me to be on Zyrtec, I feel a heck of a lot better.

I am kind of worried about my glucose test I have to take on Monday. I have PCOS (insulin resistant) and they took me off metformin and now they are testing to make sure I don't already have diabetes (I don't) but I have to take the stupid test.
I hear the sugar drink is awful and then I have to get more blood drawn. I swear I have had more blood drawn in the past year from the FS and all the HCG tests than I have my entire life ten times over. I am worried about puking the stuff up and having to start the test over the next day. I really hope they let me drink water.
At least it will give me insight into the 3 hour glucose test at 28 weeks.



 
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Old Nov 22nd, 2011, 06:51 AM   29
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good luck with your beta today sunshine

wantanerd, the GTT sounds awful, i'm sure they'll let you drink some water, they must be used to poor pregnant ladies having to have these tests, good luck with it



 
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Old Nov 22nd, 2011, 09:07 AM   30
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wantanerd - that glucose test does not sound fun. Good luck and hopefully they let you drink water with it too. And I completely agree with you on the blood draw comment...definitely had more blood taken in the past year then in my whole life 10 times over haha.



 
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