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Early contractions. Oops. by Kelly
On Friday I had my 23 week appt. with my midwife and basically got in "trouble" for not contacting her about the cramping and discomfort I have been having at work and post work. I truly thought it was because of the work I do AND being #4 pregnancy. Well, I was wrong. Dang it. After a horrible...
October 21st 04 06:17 AM
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First ultrasound tomorrow by Elana Person
Hi All, I felt like posting since tomorrow is the first ultrasound for this baby. I'm kind of excited, because it never feels real for me until I hear or seeing something :) They are doing the ultrasound because my dates are all crazy. Basically, my last period started on Aug. 1. Previous to...
October 21st 04 05:50 AM
by Kelly Go to last post
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craving for salt by Irrational Number
Does a severe craving for salt mean that I am missing some nutrients? In the way that some people who have to chew on ice may be deficient in iron... I've been very, very nauseous these past few days and have had the most horrible craving for salty, spicy things. I'm usually such a...
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October 21st 04 04:48 AM
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OT - Front-loading washing machine experiences? by Cathy Weeks
Chris and I have so much stuff, that space is ALWAYS an issue, and anything that will save us space is always appreciated. So when we moved, and had to buy a new washer and dryer (the previous owners took theirs with them) and deep freeze, we looked into buying a frontloading washer/dryer that...
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October 21st 04 04:01 AM
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Caesareans 'raise allergy risk' by Roman Bystrianyk
http://www.healthsentinel.com/news.php?event=news_print_list_item&id=341 "Caesareans 'raise allergy risk'", BBC News, October 20, 2004, Link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/3758730.stm Babies born by Caesarean section may have a greater risk of suffering food allergies and diarrhoea during...
October 21st 04 01:41 AM
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lost a child? Free Support chat TONIGHT 9 PM ET, 8 Central, 6 West Coast. by Mark
Her husband was videotaping their cute, blonde, vivacious, inquisitive, bright laughing daughter, standing on top of a bike rack, pointing to a rainbow. The bike rack fell, toppled on top of "Lulu" crushing her. With time, Gretchen used her grief and pain to create this children's book in how to...
October 20th 04 11:39 PM
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30 weeks-Wahoo!! by Donna Metler
Basically, the subject line says it all-protein is negative, the blood pressure is stable (still on the high side of normal, but not crossing that line (140/85 in the office, a little lower at home), the NST was normally reactive, contractions are not anything to worry about-finally, a...
October 20th 04 10:27 PM
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Doctor requested another HCG Test by Amy
Hi everyone, I am currently about 6-7 weeks along and I've already had 3 hcg tests. The first was on 21-22 DPO and was at 59 and the 2nd was a week later (28-29 DPO) and was at 1232. After the results of the 2nd test, the nurse told me everything looked good but the doctor wanted me to...
October 20th 04 09:44 PM
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small update-30 week BPP by Donna Metler
After the ultrasound, everything looks good-except that Cuddles was not cooperative-we never good a good view of her face or even a nice profile-hopefully she'll do something cute next time. She also has apparently gotten on Mommy's schedule-mommy generally takes naps in the afternoon, and today's...
October 20th 04 08:18 PM
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Overheating! by Cathy
Gosh, the weather has turned very summery here (still only spring really), but I find I'm really noticing the heat this time. People are giving me strange looks as I wander around in t-shirt and shorts, and they're still in polar fleece tops and jeans! I don't think I really realised just how...
October 20th 04 07:55 PM
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Mothers terrified by birth (three warnings) by Todd Gastaldo
MOTHERS TERRIFIED BY BIRTH THREE WARNINGS BELOW Two recent comments elicited this post: 1. "We all wondered if she would ever actually get pregnant, because of her fear of childbirth (something her darling mother instilled in her)." 2. "I was terrified of childbirth with my first child because...
October 20th 04 07:08 PM
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1 year old by Welches
I can't believe she's a year old today. We went to the hospital to get her latest prosthesis made up today. Not many children can say that they got a new arm for their birthday. She also got "finding Nemo" on DVD because I'm told Nemo has a "little fin" to help her talk about her "little arm" Debbie
October 20th 04 05:08 PM
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40 week Midwife Appointment by Tori M.
Well everything is moving along slowly. I am now thinned more, dialated a tiny bit more and streatchier.. I dont know how effaced I am or anything she never tells me but I had my membranes stripped again. Apparently I have forewaters forming and the mucas plug has stopped being so goopy;) ...
October 20th 04 04:18 PM
by Joybelle Go to last post
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OT - Getting out of Jury Duty by firedancer623
Is it possible? Any good tips how? I got a questionnaire which basically qualified me with a note saying something along the lines of "you will be summoned within the next year" My husband works 40 miles away, I have no childcare (all family lives hours away) and all my usual baby sitters...
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October 20th 04 02:16 PM
by Sophie Go to last post
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I'm back! by Tiina Kartovaara
Hello, everybody! I think some of you might still remember me. (Em, you still lurking?) I'm a Finn, will be 42 in a couple of months, had my second baby 13 months ago after 3 years of trying, had major anxiety attacks in the beginning but then everything went fine.. Well, things have been pretty...
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October 20th 04 10:35 AM
by Tiina Kartovaara Go to last post
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Sophie's correct predicition rate (was Why I want #3) by H Schinske
Kelly ) wrote: Ohhh, so now we are going to ask what you *know* about us online :) I do that, too. Sometimes I feel as though I can imagine what someone's house is like, what they wear, etc. I do that, and then some other detail comes out, or someone posts a...
October 20th 04 05:14 AM
by Kelly Go to last post
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Handheld Contraction Timer by Zaz
I remember, a while ago, someone asked about a tool for timing his wife's contractions for his handheld. I don't remember if it was for a Pocket PC or a Palm, but I found fourfor the Palm system. I've downloaded the freeware one, and it is kind of neat. To find them, all I had to do was a search...
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October 20th 04 12:51 AM
by Hillary Israeli Go to last post
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How to diagnose the molar pregnancy by WhoAmI
Hi,all I am anxious to the answer. My sister just called me and told me her serum beta-HCG testing result which is about 50,000 mIU/ml and a very very little vaginal bleeding.she has conception about 10.01 and the last period is 09.12. But ultrasound says the infant is about 7 weeks but says...
October 19th 04 10:41 PM
by Pip Go to last post
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Double Stroller Advice... by Jamie Clark
Ladies, I think I gave away my copy of Baby Bargains...so if you all could reference your copies, and give me your practical experience, I'd appreciate it. I'm looking for a double stroller. I may have access to a side to side jogger stroller from a friend in a few months, so am considering a...
October 19th 04 10:21 PM
by Beach mum Go to last post
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Honolulu defeated fluoridation (Thelma Martindale honored) by Ilena Rose
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 16:28:42 GMT, "Todd Gastaldo" wrote: HONOLULU DEFEATED FLUORIDATION (THELMA MARTINDALE HONORED) OPEN LETTER (archived for global access; see below) Thelma Martindale
October 19th 04 07:32 PM
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