Good Morning everyone.... Sooooooo I am a picky eater - like seriously picky. I dont like anything green.... very little veggies & only some fruit... I am a little worried my diet is not the greatest for Junior. I like chicken but thats the only meat I eat. Are their any other picky eaters out there? Any suggestions? My quesyness level has gone up quite a bit in the last couple of days and of all things I am having an aversion to chicken lol. I did make myself eat some scrambled eggs this morning though... well I am rambling. Any suggestions would be appericated.
Hello everyone! Quick update! Hubby & I went to a mobile sonogram please yesterday where they did an over the belly sonogram for me. I was soooo incrediably nervous but I got to see the baby! The baby and the yolk sac were there as well as the heartbeat!! I had a blighted ovum last time so this is the first time for me to see a heartbeat. I even got to hear it! I cried tears of joy! Offical doctors appointment isnt till next Thursday but I feel better for now knowing so far so good. Hubby is being so cute now he is calling it "Junior" lol. He said for a boy and a girl lol. So I guess that will be our nickname.View Thread
So its me kicking if off again! How is everyone this last Monday of April? I hope all is well.
Me: 7 weeks today! Still not a whole heck of a lot of symptoms and no morning sickness. Just some slight breast tenderness, Fatigue and bloating. I am so impatient to go to my OB appointment, it is not until next Thursday... so hubby and I decided to go to a mobile sonogram place tomorrow afternoon. I am excited but mostly anixous and scared. I really hope it goes well. I have to see that little heartbeat!
Good Morning Ladies, I assume you do Monday updates on this board as well right? I am just joining in so I figured I would kick it off.
My update - 6 weeks today, still no Morning sickness and my breast tenderness is all but gone. I am still tired and my skin is broke out but other than that nothing. Of course I am very nervous but trying not to panic. I moved my OB appointment up a week. I would have moved it 32 weeks but they want me to be at least 8 weeks before I go in. So now its on May 10th. 2 more weeks! I am so hoping to see the heartbeat this time around! I would feel a lot better if I felt more symptoms so fingers crossed.
Thanks for easing my fears everyone! I needed to be talked off the ledge a little bit. It does worry me with my pretty much only symtom fading. But as long as there is no bleeding I will try and stay calm. I just cant help but worry lol. 6 weeks is right around the corner so I hope for some morning sickness. Its funny how you hope for puking lol. My first OB appointment is not until mid-may....ughhhh..lol. Thanks again ladies!View Thread
Hello all, nice to meet everyone. My name is Melissa and I have been on the TTC after loss board for 6 months. I am finally pregnant! I am about 5 1/2 weeks now. I wondered if you ladies could answer a question or rather sooth a concern I am having. As I am sure you all have felt I am very nervous about losing this baby as well and am examining every little thing! Well, I dont have a lot of symptoms yet but the one I did have was nipple tenderness. Well in the last couple of days it seems to be fading... Has anyone had that happen before and it turned out ok? Thanks for all your input. View Thread
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