Apparently every pregnancy is so different. I am sure that you are fine. Bloating, though not fun, is a good sign. It is a sign of progesterone which relaxes the smooth muscle in your digetive system. Hee hee, thank you Doctor Google. I had no nausea with dd, not much that indicated I was pregnant at all really. I got bit dizzy in the beginning, but that was it. I did land up carring so big, and loved every moment of it. But ja, who knows what the next one will be like.
July, I really can't wait! It will be winter here then. But that's ok, I don't really care anymore when, or how. As long as I can have a happy, healthy pregnancy which gets me to the point of taking a baby home, I will be so happy. My doctor said 9 out of 10 woman who get past 12 weeks, will take a baby home. I just keep positive and pray.
Ok, so now I see that the time is starting to pass quickly. Not long now and my issues will be sorted and I can ttc again.
I have such pms nausea this month. And change of season is also giving me a bit of a nasal drip, which is not helping.
I will be posting my journey here, completely, for memory and to share with anyone else.
I spoke to my dh about taking folic acid, and he rolled his eyes at me! Seriously! mmm... I will make sure he takes it. I told him it helps with keeping "them swimmers" healthy too. Anyway, I will get him to take it.
So, the medical aid excluded me for miscarriage for 12 months. It has been bothering me so much. So, yesterday I decided to contact my OB to discuss the issue. He referred me to the governing board. I landed up speaking to some big-shot at my actual medical aid company who confirmed that she has never seen such an exclusion. They will investigate it and get back to me. Fingers and toes crossed, and many prayers that they overturn the exclusion.
I pray that I will never need services related to another miscarriage, but I need to know that I am covered in case it should happen again.
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