Mine aren't nearly as bad as yours but they are starting. I have to be careful how I stretch when I'm in bed or I get a terrible cramp. I have read that this is normal but I'm glad they are going to check yours out a little further, they sound pretty bad.View Thread
My first beta was 285 and I think my second was 897 and I'm having twins. I have seen ladies with higher numbers than mine and they had singletons. It's hard to judge on beta numbers. Are you scheduled for an ultrasound?View Thread
Just something to think about.... I had my hospital tour scheduled for a month before I was due with my DS. I ended up having him 5 weeks early so I never got my tour. . If I do it again (probably wont even though we are delivering at a different hospital) I would schedule it a bit earlier just in case. View Thread
I did it a week or so ago and have already received my stuff. I got the nursing cover and the car seat cover. I skipped the sling because I doubt I would ever use it. I got the coupons from Motherhood.View Thread
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