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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 1:50pm

'morning sickness'

did you get morning sickness and what sex was your baby?

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Is it possible for morning sickness to return in the 3rd trimester ?







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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 1:51pm

yes I think so

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 1:54pm

Yes, more due to the weight of baby pressing on your stomach than hormones though

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 1:56pm

... been feeling a little sick every afternoon for a few hours or so ...







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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 4:29pm

are you having a girl Kizzy? I only ask as apparently you suffer more with m/s due to the extra load of hormones whizzing round? Mine never went!

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 6:22pm

Kizzy,

I have had ms for about 2 weeks!!

Its a real pain, when you are retching and having bh at the same time!!!

Mines a girl so maybe I am on hormone overload!!

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 6:39pm

Sorry to quash the mith --- I had terrible m/s from about week 9 until about week 19 - was sick about 12 times a day ;( - and I had a boy

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 8:12pm

I've been experiencing the 1st tri symptoms again - going off food, feeling sick, really really tired all the time...

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 8:17pm

LOL!! Bluey you are overuled!!! ;) :D

I read it in mother and baby, I had terrible m/s with all three of my last pregnancies and all were girls, I was still getting it the day before I had Lolly ;(

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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 8:18pm

So if I had no ms - does that mean I'm having a boy????
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Thursday, August 24th 2006, 8:37pm

I had absolutely no sickness at all when I had Callum and terrible m/s when I had Gregor --- so Andy I think you are definitely having either a boy or a girl :D LOL.

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 6:42am

I had very little ms eally & I had N!

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 7:46am

An interesting poll might be:

Morning sickness - had a boy
Morning sickness had a girl
No morning sickness had a boy
No morning sickness had a girl

Are they easy to do still?
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Friday, August 25th 2006, 8:06am

From what I can remember, I'm feeling a lot queezier on this one than I did on my two boys - would be lovely to have a girl this time, but I really don't mind.

Did Pregnacare make anyone feel sick - I have to take mine last thing at night so I'm sleeping and I don't know I feel sick, lol
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Friday, August 25th 2006, 10:24am

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 10:44am

with ds1 no ms
with dd1 ms
with dd2 alot o ms
with ds2 morning noon and night sickness until 16 weeks and actual vomitting(tmi)

so that sorta quashes everything.....???

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Friday, August 25th 2006, 11:34am

saying that my friend is due a girl any day now and she's only had 2 days of m/s.. so yes it may be a myth after all!!! :D

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Wednesday, August 30th 2006, 8:07pm

With my ds I had mornig and night sickness and a lot of time in between I suppose too. I was in hosp with hyperemsis gravidam (V bad sickness) most of the girls in with me went on to have boys. I was still sick up to 33 weeks. Feel s like I'm playing top trumps! Didn't mean to do that!! Lol xx
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Wednesday, August 30th 2006, 8:12pm

Where do i post had morning sickness had a boy and a girl :D :D :D
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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 6:05am

I am most def getting 1st tri symptoms again...headaches have returned with a vengeance...as has excessive weight gain.......oh god as if Im not big enough...on track now for over 3.5-4 stone total weight gain...am very depressed!!!!

Just to top it off......am much more hormonal and cry very easily ay nothing!

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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 8:39am

its a pain ita tinks isnt it ...i put on 4 stone too but i've lost 3 of it.. :D

the sickness is awful tinks..is it after meals..thats when i used to get it

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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 9:01am

WOw M24 thats amazing youve done so well...Im sure yours was a lot of fluid tho...unfortunately according to my cons mine is solid fat.........(she says weepingly)

THe sickness tends to come after Ive eaten but is very mild and is more like dehydration and a hangover...its the headaches that kill me...this one is in its 3rd day..I cant exercise and I cant drive so I feel really down..

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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 9:11am

hope you feel better soon...only ever got the headaches at the beginning.. :(

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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 9:13am

oh and hope the cons are wrong and its all fluid and you'll have lost it all by the time you leave hospital :D...i had to really diet and exercise with the last 2 stone but my willpower has gone down the pan....why is that last stone the hardest to shift? ;(

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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 9:22am

Tinks, have you had your BP checked recently? Also headaces can be a sign of aneamia so its worth getting your bloods tested as well. Unfortunately they can also just be a sign of being pregnant and knackered. Could you just go to bed for the next 7 weeks?





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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 3:36pm

Hi Mrs J

Tx hon but Yep BP is fine, 100/60 on TUesday. I did suffer from these headaches in 1st tri and they said theyre hormonal and there isnt much I can do about them. Ho Hum!!

I know my cons (private not NHS..) wants to check my iron levels as a matter of course now that I am in the 3rd tri....NHS dont seem to check for it as standard. Any anaemia should show up then but Im pretty fit and health so I doubt I will be.......

ITs just usual pg stuff and like always us girls just have to accept it and get on with it....nothing to worry about.....my attitude has been throughout the pg unless I have something that is regularly persistant for over a week or 2(except bleeding of course) I ignore it...generally things come and go..it seems to have worked for me and I havent got stressed or really worried about anything...bit pissed off when I cant exercise but not worried.

Im convinced if we worried about evey little ache and pain we'd all have neurotic bubs to handle!!!!

Oh and by the way hon my rusty pipe syndrome seems to have finally sorted itself out.......wahay!!

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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 3:40pm

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Originally posted by mum24premmie
oh and hope the cons are wrong and its all fluid and you'll have lost it all by the time you leave hospital :D...i had to really diet and exercise with the last 2 stone but my willpower has gone down the pan....why is that last stone the hardest to shift? ;(



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I think your will power is fantastic...you should be SO proud of yourself....IM not even going to dream of it being fluid cos the orange peel texture is a firm confirmation that my cons knows what shes talking about...never mind...he's worth it!!

Im goign for the sensible 9 months on 9 months off option a



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Thursday, August 31st 2006, 4:35pm

Tink,
Yes the NHS does check your bloods for anaemia in the 3rd trimester, so ner ner ne ner ner!!!!

I agree with your attitude about little pregnancy niggles, you cna't expect to share your baby with someone else for 9 months and it not feel a bit strange! Although I probably would've been on to the GP every 5 mins if I hadn't had FZ to rely on.

I like the 9 months on, 9 months off theory too, although I'm hoping breastfeeding will shift the worst of the fat!





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Friday, September 1st 2006, 7:59am

HI Mrs J........GLad to hear about the NHS testing for anaemia but that must be where you are cos my NHS cons didnt check for anything (saw him Tues) and I wont be seeing him again until 36 weeks...by which time it'll be a little late to make any real difference!!

Im also hoping that BF will help but am under no illusiosbns that it will shift 3 stone of fat!!! My mate put on 2.5 stone in total and 5 months on she still has over a stone to lose and she is BF...I'll put on closer to 4 so by that reckoning I will still have 2 stone to lose at 5 mnoths.......too depressing to think about!!!!

Im really hoping to get back exerising asap to help!!!




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Friday, September 1st 2006, 8:07am

ANY nhs midwife WILL test for aneamia as routine at 28 and/or 34 weeks





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Friday, September 1st 2006, 8:23am

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ANY nhs midwife WILL test for aneamia as routine at 28 and/or 34 weeks


i agree there nikki i always got checked for anaemia at 28 weeks and 1 time my levels were low..

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Friday, September 1st 2006, 8:25am

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Originally posted by tinkerbell

Quoted

Originally posted by mum24premmie
oh and hope the cons are wrong and its all fluid and you'll have lost it all by the time you leave hospital :D...i had to really diet and exercise with the last 2 stone but my willpower has gone down the pan....why is that last stone the hardest to shift? ;(



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I think your will power is fantastic...you should be SO proud of yourself....IM not even going to dream of it being fluid cos the orange peel texture is a firm confirmation that my cons knows what shes talking about...never mind...he's worth it!!

Im goign for the sensible 9 months on 9 months off option a


aww thanks hun..its been hard work and did take nearly 9 months with me as well...healthiest way isnt it.. :D

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Friday, September 1st 2006, 8:50am

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ANY nhs midwife WILL test for aneamia as routine at 28 and/or 34 weeks


Do you have to ask for it then? It hasnt been offered to me or even raised as a suggestion yet




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Friday, September 1st 2006, 8:53am

have you had any routine blood tests done in the last 4 weeks or are you due at the hospital or clinic in the next 2 weeks..?

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Friday, September 1st 2006, 12:44pm

i would have thought it would be done at your next check up- do you see a midwife regularly? it should be done at the latest by 34 weeks so that if you are iron deficient it can be treated.





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Friday, September 1st 2006, 1:25pm

Who needs to diet, I'm getting one of these:
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Friday, September 1st 2006, 5:47pm

No blood tests done in the last 4 weeks...saw NHS cons at hospita; for antenatal this week and nothing was mentioned, suggested etc...am seeing private cons Monday and I think she wants to do one so no doubt it will get covered...otherwise I guess I'll book to see a midwife (havent seen one yet) at 34 weeks.







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