I agree im going to go ahead and say congrats your pregnant. even the faintest line is still a positive. I hate dye tests I usually go with digital so if you do retest id go with digital. Congrats on your pregnancy. To the other poster test when your ready as long as you missed a period you should be okay to test whenever..well in the morning anyway Good luck to you.View Thread
I would say first off DONT move. Yes stay close to your support system you will need them and it makes things easier on you. Second WTH with your baby daddy! If my fiance gave me that kind of ultimatum I would tell him to fly a kite and yes he has a free pass to move on in life without his help. I cant believe he said that to you thats horrible. Stay strong he might change his mind but stick to your guns and if you want this baby he should not have any decision about what you do with it since he wants to give ultimatums like that!View Thread
I thought the same thing when I went in for that appt! I felt like it was such a waste of time and money. Everything stayed the same with my medical history and I got the same book I got when I had my son latedah. They also told me I had to do it. I dont know if you just waited it out if they would just skip that appt. I know for sure they cant MAKE you go to an appt, however even if you sechdual it at a later time I wonder if they would still have you meet with nurse...tough call. I do agree that is waste of time. I guess you could just bite the bullet and go like I did.View Thread
I am not sure on your question of being high risk due to having a larger baby, but I recognized your picture and I think you were on the boards last time I was. My son is 14 months also so I am assuming I am right about seeing you before. Just wanted to say welcome back.View Thread
I havnt experienced your exact situation I just know my pregnancy symptoms change day to day week to week. So in that sense I would try not to be too worried. Its so hard early on to go through the what ifs. When is your next appt?View Thread
If you read anything about being pregnant a lack of energy is going to be one of the first things you find. It is most apparent in the first and third trimester. Her body is in overdrive introducing new hormones and getting ready to support another life for the next 9 months. It is very common for her to feel tired and have no energy. tell her to try to go on a walk or do something that involves exercise it is a great energy booster! Congrats BTW View Thread
Oh no! Well congrats on the move up to third tri! Oh I know ill have a May baby due to me having a repeat c section. I will for sure find out what im having at the 20 week appt I need to know lol. I am such a planner and I like to call the baby boy or girl.View Thread
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