Hi Everyone!!! I just found out 2 days ago that I am Pregnant and My husband and I are both really excited. I am nervous also, because this is my 2nd pregnancy. I miscarried my first. I found out about that one at 8 weeks!!! I am about 4 weeks. I am team pink, but my hubby is team yellow/green (neutral.) I do have a couple of questions though. Question 1 is Are any of ya'll Type 1 Diabetic also? I am really worried about being Type 1 and pregnant. 2nd question is Is it normal to be cold? I am always cold.View Thread
Hi Everyone, I just found out I was pregnant 2 days ago. I am nervous because I am a type 1 diabetic and I have had a miscarriage about 3 years ago. I am estimateing my Due date May 22!!!! I am sooooo excited.View Thread
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