ok so im pregnant for the first time, and im having twins. right now im 23 weeks, but ive only had my anatomy ultrasound, and going just once a month to the doctor...should I change drs or stay there? I feel like I should go more often or have more ultrasounds just to make sure they are doing ok and growing good...what should I do?View Thread
ive heard that sleeping on your left side works best for when your pregnant; but for YEARS ive slept on my right side/stomach. literally that is the only way i can fall asleep;altho i have tried laying on just my side on my left and right....and all i do is lay there...so is sleeping on my right side/stomach ok later on, or will i need to change?View Thread
ive always had bad headaches, but i cant seem to find a website that tells me what kinds of medicine to take. i take goodys/BC powders, but im worried those are not good. i havnt had any "pregnancy" headaches, just my usual ones that i get a few times a week. what kind of medicine is safe for me to take?View Thread
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