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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 15:52 PM   15271
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Mrs G, I am sure you'll update us on how your scan went!



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:08 PM   15272
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I took two extra strength Tylenol beforehand and it stills hurts



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:10 PM   15273
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I'm sorry Dobs! I hope it stops hurting soon. When will you get the results?



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:17 PM   15274
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I'm about as subtle as a brick to the face, it's one of my many endearing qualities as a result, I've had many a run in with people on here and generally all over the internet and outside world. I'm of the same opinion as Dobs, if you ask for advice or opinions, then that's what you'll receive. Whether it's what you wanted to hear or if you get offended by it, that's not my problem.

I'm all about the birth experience - for me. I had severe pnd as a result of Joe's birth being an all-mighty f**k up all round - but then, I genuinely believe that things would have been different if I had been listened to and taken seriously, and that crap treatment directly contributed to it all going so wrong. With Nathaniel, I had to do some proper foot-stomping but I got listened to, and the difference in everything was ridiculous - pain during labour, coping, recovery, mental state after - night and day between the two. I assumed with Ella I'd get something similar to Nat so didn't bother being as militant about it - and ended up fobbed off and denied things I knew were perfectly possible (going in the pool for example) and while the birth was ok, it was much more painful and out of control than it needed to be, and yep, you guessed it, pnd again.

However, that's what's right for ME - not what's right for others. If you ask my opinion, I will give it. I might not agree with yours, but I will defend your right to that opinion til I'm blue in the face. If your opinion is based on misinformation then I will correct you, but what you then do with that is up to you.

Except when it comes to piercing babies' ears with a piercing gun. As a professional, that is not up for debate with me. But it's probably about the only thing I believe mother doesn't know best about (smoking in pregnancy, that's another - but those two are the only ones I can think of)



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:18 PM   15275
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Aaaw, Dobs. I'm sorry it's painful!



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:20 PM   15276
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So questions ladies- I've been having bad neck pain that has given me headaches. Feels like I've been sleeping wrong but it's been a week and I've slept different positions, different pillows, ect. Anyway. Today it's escalated to a mirgaine. I read you can go to the chiropractor when pregnant so I emailed my doc just to be sure. And her assistant said yes just make sure to tell them you're pregnant. But then she said "if your headaches and pain persist she (the doc) would like you to make an appointment" so now I'm all confused. I was just going to go to the chiropractor but now I'm like ...should I go in???



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:27 PM   15277
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Hahaha - just after commenting went on Facebook and this was on my feed. Appropriate

http://hurrahforgin.com/2016/07/07/t...y-guilt-fairy/



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:52 PM   15278
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So questions ladies- I've been having bad neck pain that has given me headaches. Feels like I've been sleeping wrong but it's been a week and I've slept different positions, different pillows, ect. Anyway. Today it's escalated to a mirgaine. I read you can go to the chiropractor when pregnant so I emailed my doc just to be sure. And her assistant said yes just make sure to tell them you're pregnant. But then she said "if your headaches and pain persist she (the doc) would like you to make an appointment" so now I'm all confused. I was just going to go to the chiropractor but now I'm like ...should I go in???
I think they're just worried that your blood pressure could be high. I would definitely still go to the chiropractor, since you said you've been sleeping weird it's probably an alignment problem and not blood pressure. Heck I need to go too because of my SPD.



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 16:58 PM   15279
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Campn- so that's the weird thing it feels like I've been sleeping weird but I've tried everything and it's not help definitely not my sleep. But talking to a coworker I've realized it's probably allergies.... We have them horrible here in the Cali valley!!



 
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Old Jul 7th, 2016, 17:02 PM   15280
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Campn- so that's the weird thing it feels like I've been sleeping weird but I've tried everything and it's not help definitely not my sleep. But talking to a coworker I've realized it's probably allergies.... We have them horrible here in the Cali valley!!
I slept pretty horribly in the first trimester, I'm not sure what it is but I think it was part me being anxious and worried. Now I just pass out cause I'm so tired. Do you have a humidifier in your room? It helped me when it was cool in our room and when I could breathe!



 
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