Tested positive today. My DS will be 10 months this weekend! It took so long to get pregnant with him so figure we start trying. To my suprise 2 months later we are up and running. Now to tell the hubby, who might have a heart attack. Happy to be back these pages really helped the first time around View Thread
I had the same issues with the cramping and spotting. I called my doctor since it was another 3 weeks frommy first appt and she got me in the next day to confirm and to do a ultrasound. You couldnt see a whole lot but little one was there. Pic on the fridge makes you feel so much better.View Thread
We have told imediate family and a few close friends. And my manager. Have a 1st tri screen on monday so will probally let the rest of the planet know after that Most people have figured it out on there own. was going to wait till end of first Tri,12 weeks is close enough when all you want to do is shout it from the roof tops!View Thread
Is anyone else experincing migraines. Before pregnancy i got them about once a moth and good pain meds would usually take care of them or hiding out in the dark. Im now getting them a few times a week and Tylenol just doesnt cut it. Ive been missing work and already feel them coming down on me for it which is not the added stress that I need. Ive tried cold back on the neck, warm pack on my forehead and my OB recomended a soda which I dont like to drink since I am a huge caffiene fan and have avoided it up until yesterday. None of those seem to work.View Thread
Im aiming to last until about 12 weeks, im so terrible at keeping exciting news a secret. Not sure how im going to mention it, will probally just start telling people without the disclaimer to not mention it on Facebook. Then that will take care of everyone else. My girlfriends are not the type to keep quiet.View Thread
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