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so, what do you expert pregnancy people think [grin]

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trinityrhino Wed 24-May-06 20:39:14

ok, I have never been able to remember when I am due oon but since having dd2 I have been coming on each mnth at around the 10th to the 14th.

well at the mo I know that I haven't been on this month at all. I have been feeling really tired(more so than just mummy tired[grin)), I have been having alot of trouble with my IBS (wind, pain, loose motions sorry TMI), have had periods of feling really light-headed and wobbly, have started feeling very weepy and cryingabout things that would normally make me feel sad but not neccessarly cry and also suddenly seem to be unable to get through a day without tripping over, knocking ovwer, bumping into things, hurting myself somehow(serious clumsiness). All these things are what I felt when I was pg with dd2 for the first few weeks before I found out at 11 weeks.

Little bit of history........we have been having unprotected intercourse since we had dd2(2 reasns:we do want more kiddies, don't mind the gap, would quite like a surprise and I can't seem to find anyone that will insert the Implanon conraceptive)

What do you think?????

couldI be or do you think I have some weird disease

nicnack2 Wed 24-May-06 20:43:48

sounds like it

spinach Wed 24-May-06 20:46:14

take a test

trinityrhino Thu 25-May-06 10:12:17

tootk a test and.the cross came up. I'm pregnat wooooooohooooooooooo
shaking like a leaf but over the moon

trinityrhino Thu 25-May-06 10:12:34

shaking so much I can't type lol

LilacBump Thu 25-May-06 10:13:15

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!
i hope you have a happy & healhty pregnancy!!!

trinityrhino Thu 25-May-06 10:16:27

thanks lilac, love the name

Piffle Thu 25-May-06 10:17:18

I told you you were TR
congrats!!!!!!!

LadyTophamHatt Thu 25-May-06 10:18:30

better get yourself on our due in jan thread TR

shazronnie Thu 25-May-06 10:21:10

congrats!

trinityrhino Thu 25-May-06 10:26:05

thanks guys, where is that thread????

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