Thank you so much, it really means a lot, when someone tells you not to worry and it's ok.So thanks a ton. And OMG yes we should be due around the same time, this is so exciting. When is your due date? According to webmd, mine is showing up as 10/25, but I will know on Mar 11th, when I will have the first ultrasound appointment with doctor.
I did go to gym yesterday and walked for 40 mins, I felt good, but after some time got very tired also and slept early, so that is a good thing, I decide I will go walk at least 4 times a week to being with. I guess I am just more nervous as this is my first time, but I am so happy to know I have someone to share all this. I would love to be in touch with you. I am so excited for you too and many congratulations for your 2nd pregnancy
And you know I think its true, I get more short of breath when I drink less water, so I am trying to drink more and more. It was really nice talking to you, I wish happy, healthy and safe pregnancy for both of us View Thread
Hi Carleysmom, Thanks so much for your reply and wishes. Congratulations to you too. Ok that really makes me feel better, I thought something was wrong as I don't have any other symptoms. It's weird over the weekend when I was home resting, I was feeling very tired even if I just cook for an hour or something, and kind of getting out of breath when I take stairs and come to my bedroom, but from yesterday I am coming to work and not feeling tired, although my job is is in computers, so I just have to sit and work may be that's why, so I don't feel as tired, but yeah i can say I feel more tired than usual at times.
Btw do you know if it's ok to do exercise in first trimester? My doctor suggested as long I don't stretch my muscles from stomach to thighs, I am good, but he didn't encourage me to exercise, and told me to relax in first 2 months, so I am confused if I shouldn't exercise or 40 mins of mild walk is ok? He is concerned for my safely, because I am only 29 and it took me 6 months to conceive, so he wants to make sure I am safe, but at the same time I read that if you exercise everyday it helps in delivery.
And is it ok to have cramps sometimes? The one I had yesterday was pretty strong, lasted only few seconds but i had to sit down and breath and then it went away.
I found out last Thursday (02/14) that I am pregnant, it was the day my period was supposed to begin, so I was fill with extreme joy when my home test came positive, went to the doctor same day, although their test was lil faint than mine, but he said may be cause it's too early, as i was 1 day short to 4 weeks. Now I am 4.5 weeks only, but I don't have any symptom, beside my breast are full and tingly sometimes, and sometime discomfort in abdomen area..actually yesterday I had strong cramp on right side of stomach for a minute, then it didn't happen again..do I need to worry about that cramp? And why do I have no symptom? Is that normal? When does morning sickness and stuff begins?
Please help, i really appreciate your help and support.
Hi All, I just found out that I am pregnant last week, so I am just 4.5 weeks now, it took me and my husband almost 6 month to get pregnant so very excited but at the same time very nervous as well, as my Doctor told me I have to be very careful during first trimester as it has high risk of miscarriage and also because of the fact that it took me long time to conceive.(I am 29 and my husband is 31) My Question is , isit safe to take low fat yougurt during preganancy? My doctor tod me to have 3 yougurts, 2 glass of milk and 2 eggs everyday, as I am vegetarian and not get enough protein but I read today that woman who have low fat yogurt everyday during pregnancy have high chances for the child to have asthma or hay fever by age of 7 Is that true? Can some one share the experience? Also is it OK to exercise (milk walking for 40 mins) during first trimester?
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