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Tell me this happens to everyone (tmi)

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EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 12:21:16

How glad am I that I have only got a few weeks left! I got home from the mw this morning after asking for a referral for physio for my hips, I was on the toilet giving birth to something you would NOT put pictures of on Facebook, having a nose bleed while trying to open the packaging for my brand new Canestan cream and pessaries, after all that was done I found the sudocrem for Percy the pile and realised that even the extra long sanitary towels I had got would only cover one area at a time sad

Tell me about your day (or at least tell me if that has made you feel a bit better) wink

SuffolkNWhat Wed 06-Mar-13 15:54:01

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Wed 06-Mar-13 15:19:08

schro grin that's true!!

SchroSawMargeryDaw Tue 05-Mar-13 23:44:49

If my aim was impeccable it would have been his eye, not mines! grin

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 22:36:42

gringrin schro your aim is impeccable!

SchroSawMargeryDaw Tue 05-Mar-13 22:21:37

19+4 here.

A couple of nights ago I managed to squirt milk in my right eye with my left boob. hmm DP thought it was hilarious mainly because the first time it happened when I was pg with DS it was his laptop screen that got it.

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 20:17:00

Sorry Gilly there is a lovely bit coming up for you before all this, or you could be like Purple and be extremely deluded lucky and avoid all this grin

gillybeandramaqueen Tue 05-Mar-13 20:03:22

Aw jeeeeeeez!!!!!

I an 11 weeks with my first and was looking forward to feeling BETTER** after all the weeks of 24/7 sickness!!! Now I feel sooooo depressed!! Haha!!

Purplemonster Tue 05-Mar-13 19:48:24

Nah, it will never happen to me (23 weeks with head buried firmly in sand) you've all given me a much needed laugh though!

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 19:27:09

Ooh 50 ouch!!

Cavort think of this as a lesson in all things they don't tell you grinwink

50shadesofmeh Tue 05-Mar-13 19:03:44

My pile is the size of a massive grape I kid you not and the worse thing is I can hardly reach my bum to wipe it right :-(

Cavort Tue 05-Mar-13 18:54:55

I am 24 weeks with DC1 and this hilarious thread has put the fear into me! shock

CareerGirl01 Tue 05-Mar-13 18:46:45

Everything let's just say I am now wearing the massive Tena hammock sized pads - just in case.

racheld33 Tue 05-Mar-13 17:53:13

This thread has really made me smile today.
Only 10 weeks, so my main loss of dignity is vomiting in the bathroom bin, the office bin, the kitchen bin, and the bedroom bin today! DH on his way home to clean up grin

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 17:50:07

Oh dear Career it's less fun when you get reminded just how much dignity you have lost sad

CareerGirl01 Tue 05-Mar-13 17:46:48

I think I lost mr dignity when I wet myself on our lounge floor a week after having DD1 - I had her by EMCS and epidural went wrong as well. Lets just say DH still remembers it four years later. This time round I wet myself when I cough (31 weeks now) but at least no one need know.

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 17:43:24

My DH has already enthusiastically offered to help with a trim and tidy ready for the big event grin I have managed so far with a well placed mirror!!

grin Show

SayCoolNowSayWhip Tue 05-Mar-13 15:46:17

Sussex? sussed

SayCoolNowSayWhip Tue 05-Mar-13 15:45:54

Show grin

I have no dignity left with my PILs now.... Luckily my lovely DH Sussex what was happening and helped to smooth over situation. Not assisted by my DD saying helpfully 'Mummy wee wee!'

Chops - not quite as bad but I had to get DH to help me 'tidy up down there' the other day. After he lovingly pointed out that the midwife might not be able to see the head through the undergrowth.....

ShowOfHands Tue 05-Mar-13 13:13:48

When I was newly pregnant with dd and bleeding, I was on a gynae ward out of hours waiting for an emergency scan (suspected ectopic, thankfully not) and a woman was rushed in by her dh, ushered past in a v frantic way, the dh was on the phone saying "yip waters gone, hospital now, ring you when the baby's here grandma!!!". An hour later they shuffled out, bloke on the phone again. "No, no, it was just a ruddy great piss after all. Stand down".

Cheered me up no end.

SaggyOldClothCatpuss Tue 05-Mar-13 13:05:06

Sorry, Ive had 2 babies, it really is horrid, but I am not currently PG and have just weed a little at the extra long sanitary towel! grin
Thats fucking hysterical! grin
flowers for everyone though! x

Knittingnovice Tue 05-Mar-13 13:01:41

Am 32 weeks with DC3 and have had a horrendous cold which means coughing can lead to wetting myself, but also vommitting occasionally.

So I have been sat on the loo coughing, weeing and vomiting, while DD (3) watches & runs away from me when I cough incase I vomit on her.

I also have a grape sized pile and the newest indignity ( due to the cold / cough situation) a slight anterior prolapse!!

And heartburn.

On the plus side, DD was a week early, & DS bang on time, so the midwife said that things might kick off early.

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 12:51:44

Oh Chop thanksbrew sorry but that did make me laugh just a little

EverythingIsTicketyBoo Tue 05-Mar-13 12:50:17

Glad to be of help Merryminge grin

Cupcake brew that is tough! Shopping can be the undoing of any pregnant women sad

Just loving the glamour of it all!! hmm

cupcake78 Tue 05-Mar-13 12:49:47


Chopsypie Tue 05-Mar-13 12:46:54

Having to get your OH to do your piles and thrush creams because you can't bend due to horrific reflux/heartburn.
Now thats undignified.

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