I used to eat Rasin Bran and OJ and that helped along with my colace but that quit working.. not even Prunes helped, apricots, apples, apple juice(the pure stuff not from concentrate crap) Shot of Olive Oil, Greezy foods.. NOTHING.. all i was doing was putting more food in my body with nothing leaving..
Eventually i had to turn to mirilax it was a desperate call at desperate measures..
So anyway my point is its good to try everything first but don't feel bad if nothing helps besides meds.. and ask your doc first!View Thread
Christina (34) DH (38)- 1 D/S Oct-2003, M/C April 2010, M/C June 2010 (twins) BFP on 8/15/2010 ~ GreeBean - hoping for a girl! EDD 4/28/2011
Yup.. I know you could do this before but you'd have to copy and paste the links from he page into these networks..
now they've just made it "EASIER" supposedly this is a good thing.. maybe for them.. but sorry not for me I should have the option to disable PUBLIC Sharing links right from my posts i start.. I'd bet they see NO ONE USES IT..
ok so i understand mabye ADVERISING YOUR OWN exchange you create.. BUT THATS IT.. not the actuall POSTS from it!! ugh..View Thread
Yup new features and the FB and Other SocialNetwork Links are a Joke!!! You've already seen the chaos its caused on another board.. Sorry just don't think its right for some stranger to have the right to clikc a button and share my story wherever they want!
I felt safe positing personal things i don't anymoreView Thread
hCG levels are also higher in women carrying a female fetus when compared to women carrying a male fetus, so it is possible that the pregnancy test becomes positive later in women carrying a male fetusView Thread
I just found this today.. curious if any of you have any experience with this. I didn't monitor HCG with my first so i have nothing to compare too..
Does a pregnancy test become positive later when the fetus is a boy, and does it become positive earlier when the fetus is a girl?
In this study published by Yaron Y et al in Human Reproduction the authors studied 1,325 pregnant women with singleton pregnancies at 10-13 weeks.and compared different hormone levels including the pregnancy hormone hCG human chorionic gonadotropin between women carrying a male and a female fetus They found that women who had a female fetus had hCG levels significantly higher than women who carried a male fetus. This finding is consistent with that found by several other researchers.
These findings may have implications not only on evaluating risks of Down syndrome (women carrying female fetuses had a higher risk for Down syndrome), but also on timing of a pregnancy test. If women carrying a male fetus have lower hCG levels then it may be possible that their first positive urine pregnancy test could be delayed because of the male gender.View Thread
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