If I go over by a week, I'll join you...but I think it's unlikely given my first was a c-section.
Hahaha Bethany, you're worried about a Christmas baby? Mine's due on Christmas Eve! You might go late and have a mid-Jan birthday. That's not so bad (says somone who knows because she is one!)
Milte, I have been experiencing mild cramps from around 4 weeks.They're a bit stronger now but I believe they're to do with uterus making room for baby. However, if your pain gets unbearably painful on one side, you will need to go to the docs because it could be ectopic. But that's really, really rare and isn't something you should worry about - just be aware of it.
I doubt my baby will be born close to Christmas, last time I went two weeks overdue. Actually my proper due date would be the 4th by ovulation. Last time if I had gone by my proper ovulation based due date,I would have been over 42 weeks.
It does make me sad that I won't get to visit my family this year for Christmas. No travels at 38 weeks
Listen to us all worrying about birth dates. I'm particularly useless as have an early Dec, early Jan and one on the way at new year. Expensive time of year for us!! Weirdly I think it has something to do with starting my hay fever medicine, I've heard benedryl can help some ppl gets preggers wonder if that's why I will (hopefully) have 3 within a month if each other??
I suffer like you Betheney, feel really sick but mostly manage to keep it in check, I did find ds2 pregnancy a lot harder mostly cos I was do tired, hope it's not so bad for you (and me third time round). You did really well to still be bf and still get preggo, my periods don't come back till I COMPLETELY stop, I mean even a daily 5 min feed and they still don't start, as soon as I stop entirely 2 weeks later af arrives.
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