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PG after MC: sticking with posifrickintivity - today we are pregnant

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ChristineDaae Tue 14-Jan-14 19:39:47

Over this way ladies....!

So I finished the last thread by accident apologising for my awful typing skills! Sorry!
If anyone is on a real computer please feel free to add our stats list grin

Lieslvontrapp Tue 14-Jan-14 19:59:10

Congrats on the scan emberlina!

Good luck for Friday Bakingtins!

Hope things happen for you soon christine! Hopefully we both have babies before we get to the end of this new thread!

Lieslvontrapp Tue 14-Jan-14 20:06:30

Stats 14 January *Today we are pregnant*:

Christinedaae - 1DD, 1MC, EDD 25th Jan
Lieslvontrapp: 1MMC, 0DC, EDD 10 Feb
TotalShock 0DC, 1MMC, EDD 1 March
Pixielady83 1DD, 1MMC, EDD 2 March
GuffSmuggler: 1DS, 1MCC, EDD 4 March
Rock: 1DS, 1MMC, EDD 4 March
Swangirl:1DD,2DS,1MC EDD 8 March 2014
SaggyOldClothPussCat: 1MC, 1DD, 1DS, EDD 13 March
Motorcyclemama: 1MMC, EDD 17 March
Omri: 1DS, 1MMS, EDD 24 March
Fod27: 1DD 1DS 1MMC EDD 26th March 2014
RainbowConnections: 1DS, 2MC, EDD 1 April
Birdsdoit: 1MMC, 0DC, EDD 6 April
Blackberryand Nettle: 1MMC, EDD 10th April
Katatonic: 1MMC, 0DC, EDD 11 April
TeaAndANatter: DS, DD, 1MMC, 18th April
Honey786: 0DC, 1MMC ,EDD 19th April
Kjh5: 0DC, 1MC, EDD 21 April 2014
PoppySeedBun: 0DC, 1 MMC, EDD 22 April 2014
thepiggotupandslowlywalkedaway - 3MC, 1 DS, EDD 29 April 2014
ImpatientlyWaiting: 0DC, 1MC, EDD 1 May 2014
MarthasHarbour: 1DS, 2MCs, EDD 7 May 2014
Tomkat: EDD 9 May 2014
Polka: 0DC 1mmc 2mc EDD 9th May
CbeebiesIsMyLife: 2DD's 6MC EDD 15th May
MissMedusa: 0DC, 2MC, EDD 20th May 2014
Emki; 1 DD, 2MC, EDD 23rd May 2014
Penguinita: 0 DC, 1 MMC, EDD 27th May 2014
Bakingtins: EDD 6th June
PGchimp: 0DC, 1 MC, EDD 9th June 2014
MeDoingMyThing: 2 DS, 1MC, EDD 14th June 2014
AliceBear: 1 DD 1mmc 1mc edd 23 june
Getagoldtoof: 1dc, 1mmc, 1mc edd 2 July
Louzul: 1MC, EDD 17 July

Thread Babies:

Jessw25 Baby Oliver born 9 July 2013 5lb 11oz
GaryBuseysTeeth Baby Alexander born 30 July 2013 7lb 4oz
Andadietcoke twin girls born 29 August Charlotte 5lb 5oz & Sophie 7lb 13oz
Pentagon baby Elsie born 23 October 7lb 5oz
Bodicea baby James born 3 November 8lb
Ibelieveinpink baby Imogen born 14 November 7lb 4oz
BumpKitty baby Matilda born 18 Nov 8lb 2oz
Luckysocks13 baby Charlotte born 24 Nov 8lb
Jmf294 baby Alexander James born 25 Nov 7lb 4oz
Shellsocks baby Noah Stephen born 27 Nov 9lb 3.5oz
Gardenworm baby Wolfie born 1 December
Janielovesluckysocks baby Leo Thomas born 4 Dec 7lb 5oz
Bootyluscious baby Sofia born 17 December 6lb 2oz
ChocolateTeabag: baby Joss born 18 December 7lb 7oz
Blackholes: Baby girl born 23 December
WhatwillSantabring: Baby boy born 6 January 8lbs 7oz
pumpkinsweetie: Baby girl born 7 January 6lb 4 oz

Mabelandrose Tue 14-Jan-14 20:12:48


bakingtins Tue 14-Jan-14 20:20:40

I made it on to another thread smile here's to many more good scan results and thread babies on this one!

ChristineDaae Tue 14-Jan-14 20:21:54

Glad you're sticking around Tins! Good luck for Friday! How are you feeling about it?

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Tue 14-Jan-14 20:58:25

Ooh! New and shiny! grin
Fod* it strikes me that it's every woman for herself in the workplace!
caps lock off
Are you in a union? If so let them know what's going on. If not, send a formal letter to HR. Don't take it lying down. you'll never get up again grin

MrsGiraffe12 Tue 14-Jan-14 21:03:26

Hi all. How are we all?
Im feeling pretty positive today - as the title says today im still pregnant :-)

Have my booking appointment on 27th january, will be 8+2. really nervous for some reason.....

Penguinita Tue 14-Jan-14 21:04:51

Thanks for the new thread christine! The gods of easy quick labour will smile on you for your good deed smile

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Tue 14-Jan-14 21:18:01

FFS! hate DS should say harrass!

Emberlina76 Tue 14-Jan-14 21:43:25

How do I add my stats?

thepiggotupandslowlywalkedaway Tue 14-Jan-14 21:44:15

Oooh, new shiny thread!

Go Bakingtins for Friday. Woe to Scan Doom!

24 & 4 days or 25 weeks today, depending on whether you trust my hazy memory or the hospital's stupid accurate machines. I had a good scare today. Walking to pick DS up from nursery, I started having really quite painful crampy feelings around the bottom of the bump every few minutes. I actually had to stop walking a few times it got so painful. I managed to get to the school and home and was seriously considering calling the hospital. I'm glad I didn't, as it turned out to be, erm, trapped wind.

katatonic Tue 14-Jan-14 21:55:34

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ChristineDaae Wed 15-Jan-14 08:32:31

Pig glad it wasn't anything serious! grin
Ember if you either copy and paste all the stats and add yourself in, or type them up and someone will add you in your spec on the list.
DD woke up for a wee early hours and being half asleep I went to get out of bed normally. Iv completely pulled all my pelvis again, took me 10 minutes to get out of bed and I can only take shuffling baby steps. Gonna be a long day!

pgchimp Wed 15-Jan-14 09:22:15

Thanks for the new thread, here's to sone new thread babies!

bit of a random question. people keep saying to me that my bump is really small. now that isn't helping the pre scan doom, 20 week scan next Thursday. my question is: is it normal for the bump to stick out more at the end of the day than at the beginning?

good luck with scans this week and congrats for the good scan news.

Louzul Wed 15-Jan-14 13:17:59

Woohoo. New thread!
So 13+6 and I have no bathroom, so have to use scary cold downstairs loo, as it seems cowboys installed bathroom for previous owners.

Still feeling so tired! When does this supposed 2nd trimester energy level rise start happening?

Tins, good luck for the scan and welcome to all the new peeps. grin

NerdyBird Wed 15-Jan-14 13:39:10

A new thread already!

I need your help ladies. 13+5 today, and over the last week my anxiety about whether everything is ok seems to have increased. We have told more people now, and in some ways that has made it worse. My 16 week appointment isn't until 4th feb and I'm not sure I can go that long without knowing it's ok, and I don't even know if the midwife will listen to the heartbeat. I can't really afford a private scan and I'm not sure what my DP would think about it. Nothing seems wrong - I've had a couple of drops of post-DTD spotting (literally 2 drops of pale drown stuff) but I didn't ring the midwife or EPU as I had no more than that and no pain etc. I don't think EPU will scan me if I'm just worried, and I would feel bad if I pretended in case I was taking a scan space away from someone who has greater need.
I know some people use dopplers but I've heard they're not always a good idea. I just don't know what to do sad

Rockchick1984 Wed 15-Jan-14 14:19:53

<peeps in the door> hello all, mind if I come back to lurk for my last few weeks? Not been on here for ages, am nearly 34 weeks now and would appreciate a hand or 2 to hold for the last few weeks?

PG yes completely normal - it'll be bloating by the end of the day.

bakingtins Wed 15-Jan-14 15:44:42

pg ignore anything anyone says to you about your bump. In the next breath someone will say you are massive. It's normal to have v little bump in the morning and a hug bloated belly by the evening too.

nerdy I think 2nd trimester anxiety can be difficult too. You had so much pinned on a good 12 week scan and then it seems like forever until the next one. The stats are very much on your side if all is good at 12 weeks, 99% good outcomes from that point on, so if there is nothing worrying you specifically I'd try to take no news as good news. My MW did listen in at 16 weeks and found a HB straight away, but not without issuing a load of caveats that if she didn't find it there was nothing to worry about, so I'm not sure a Doppler would be reassuring at this stage.

fod27 Wed 15-Jan-14 17:07:13

Yayyyy I found you all!!!!

saggy I have tried all of the above and even had a phone call from a make colleague today to warn me that a member of our team has been screen shooting my Facebook updates and passing them around work!
So I've deleted everyone work related

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Wed 15-Jan-14 17:30:28

Crikey! Fod!
Would the person who told you about it be willing to screen shot the screen shot for you?
If you aren't in a union, and you want to pursue this further, I can recommend the CAB. It was a long time ago, but they were great about my case. They did everything.

Polka2 Wed 15-Jan-14 19:12:40

Hi ladies I found you! I haven't been posting but have been lurking and so lovely to see BFP's and continuing good scan news!

I'm 24 weeks now, I'm going for my scan on Monday to see if I can stop injecting Heparin but I think I've also picked up a bug or something - feeling very flaky and headachey which is boring! I've been having dizzy spells after breakfast which the MW reckons is low blood sugars rather than my low blood pressure, gawd knows but it's a horrid feelingconfused

Ladies continue with the good news and FOD your colleagues sound like arseswink

fod27 Wed 15-Jan-14 19:52:19

Thanks saggy and polka your spot on! I've logged everything, dated it and even saved emails on a seperate file (don't trust them) apparently there's a meeting due to be called... So ok hoping that'll do some damage

SaggyOldClothCatPuss Wed 15-Jan-14 20:17:43

Fod My employed treated me like dirt when I was young and vulnerable. I love to see people standing up for their rights. smile You go girl. x

Penguinita Wed 15-Jan-14 20:23:29

fod that is just disgraceful from your work colleagues. How can adults behave so childishly? It is bordering on bullying/stalking. I hope you can get the maximum maternity pay from the company and then leave and go to a company of grown ups.

nerdy I got a Doppler at 14 weeks and personally found it very reassuring. But the first few goes it took about ten minutes to find the HB, and once I couldn't find it at all. So it all depends on how you would cope with that. Tip: baby is usually way further down in your pelvis than you think!

I sympathise with you pg. I must have had the following conversation at least twenty times since Christmas: "How far along are you?" "19/20/21 weeks" "ooh! you haven't got much of a bump!" Very disheartening when you feel totally pregnant. angry

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