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Sunday, February 10th 2013, 7:20pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

low down pressure

Sorry it was my gp I saw nit midwife. She just smiled and said normal for someone who has had surgery on their belly.. It seems ok at mo. It will come back in a few days x

Thursday, February 7th 2013, 7:53am

Author: itsalittlepinky

low down pressure

Midwife never mentioned physio and said it was normal! So prob not. thanks for the responsd hun.

Wednesday, February 6th 2013, 7:33pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

low down pressure

Since mid 2nd tri ive had this awful pressure feeling if I am on my feet too long, or even when i get up from sitting. it is really heavy dragging feeling and actually feels like my belly is about to bust open. I mentioned it to my midwife and she said its as I have a scar bigger than a c section scar from the ectopic pregnancy I had. Anyone else have this and have they found anything that has helped at all? I bought some support pants that seems to drag belly down more and a mothercare support ...

Wednesday, January 16th 2013, 7:16pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

OHSS and cancelled ET

Sorry to hear you are poorly I had moderte ohss and I agree it was agony. More so than when I had an ectopic and my tube ruptured.Luckily I didnt have it bad enough for et to be cancelled but as soon as I got a bfp it returned a lot worse. At one point I had to have cat scan and xray for a suspected clot on my lung. It turned put to be fluid. I could hardly walk or breath - The only thing could do was take codiene and paracetomol. I had to obviously be careful due to pregnancy & it didnt start t...

Monday, January 7th 2013, 7:59pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

Do you have an anterior placenta and if so was your baby posterior?

Will see what they say at scan and if I have any questions I will callher tomorr arvo.. Thanks x

Sunday, January 6th 2013, 7:09pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

Do you have an anterior placenta and if so was your baby posterior?

Thanks PP.. I cant even remember wben im next seeing midwife.. ive seen her twice so far. Sure I am due to seeher at 26wks but that could be for whooping cough ? I really thought i would see her more to be honest. Being scanned again on tuesday so be interested to see where she is and if placenta has moved any.. X

Sunday, January 6th 2013, 10:38am

Author: itsalittlepinky

Do you have an anterior placenta and if so was your baby posterior?

I have been reading this morning trying to find answers as to why I have a dip where my belly button is in my nearly 6mth bump. I have found that it sometimes means the baby is posterior. This is often connected if you have an anterior placenta which I have also. Most of the time, if baby is posterior then it means a long hard labour which often results in a c sec which I have been told I may need anyway due to also having fibroids. I think the chances of me having a normal birth are pretty slim...

Sunday, January 6th 2013, 10:23am

Author: itsalittlepinky

very squeemish OH..... worried about birth!

Thanks Grace. Ive spoken to lots of women now whose oh are just like mine and they said that when it came down to it it was fine and they were fab. Im going to enquire about the anti natal classes also. With regards to the pooh situation I doubt my local hospital would oblige! Worth a try though i suppose?

Saturday, January 5th 2013, 9:01pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

Interesting read about belly shape and position of baby

After googling why I have a dip where my belly button is and not a perfectly rounded belly (at nearly 6 mths) came across this... The Well-Rounded Mama: Belly Shape and Fetal Position I have fibroids galore and placenta is all up front so this may be another reason but think the baby is posterior. Some days is more rounded than others, today its has a dip at my belly button.. I want a lush round D bump all the time!

Thursday, January 3rd 2013, 10:40am

Author: itsalittlepinky

very squeemish OH..... worried about birth!

Thanks ladies.. I am 23 wks on Monday so a little while yet. Mum and sis will be on stand by so the pressure wont all be on him! With regards to the pooh, when I was with sister at the birth of her son it was my mum who cleared it up, there was no mistaking it either as it smelt so bad!midwife was hardly even in the room apart from the actual delivery bit as she was in with someone else who needed urgent care. I spoke to mum last night and she said he can stay well up top end. There is even a ch...

Wednesday, January 2nd 2013, 6:10pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

very squeemish OH..... worried about birth!

Well getting increasingly worried about how oh is going to deal with the whole birth situation!He has never hidden the fact that he is VERY sqeamish, has some kind of phobia with anything to do with pain or blood and cant even discuss periods, women doing number 2's or passing wind or anything like that! We are currently watching old one born every minute and he is looking away every 5 mins... when the midwife said she was going to attempt to break the ladies waters he nearly walked out the room...

Sunday, December 30th 2012, 10:07am

Author: itsalittlepinky

Leaky right boob!

Thanks for the info ladies.. (loving these icons )

Saturday, December 29th 2012, 9:55pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

New campaign for whooping cough vaccine in pregnancy

I think I am booked in at 26wks for this. scary how it can be fatal for babies to get this

Saturday, December 29th 2012, 9:50pm

Author: itsalittlepinky

Leaky right boob!

hi there everyone, I am new on here! Iam currently in my 21st week of pregnancy and something happened today which took me by suprise! I was tucking my boob back into my bra (4 boob syndrome) and realised my fingers were wet.. my right boob has started leaking.. I never thought this happened until baby ha been born? why is only the rightone leaking? I have having itchy issues with this boob from the start. strange how all from same boob!




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