Im so sorry! my friend went though that in her first tri, and it didnt matter what she did.. and actually shes going through it again now that shes in her third tri!! good luck!! i snack pretty regularly throughout the day and its worked really well for me the only time i get to feeling sick anymore is about 30min after i take my prenatal.. i eat lots of oatmeal, peanut butter toast, and i drink alot of ovaltine and water!!View Thread
Hi everyone! I'm about to start my 6th week of being pregnant with my first baby and am beyond excited. I've been on prenatals for about 9 weeks, and was shocked to get pregnant our first month of trying, but am starting to get worried. There hasn't been any spotting whatsoever, no pain or cramping, and only mild pregnancy symptoms, aside from my positive test, but sometimes when I sneeze or cough I get a quick sharp pain in the lower left area of my belly. Is this something I should be worried about or is that somewhat normal? The pain goes away the minute I am done sneezing or coughing, and it doesn't all the time. Help I'm a little worried!View Thread
I bought What to Expect When Your Expecting. It's really informational, but I also just saw it at my local library. I wish I would have saved myself the $14 and just borrowed it!! I'd check out the library and see what they have there or what you could request to borrow on interlibrary loan.View Thread
I am 27 and also pregnant with my first baby and am about 5 weeks. I'm excited and scared, and definitly know how you feel!! Most of my friends already have had babies and are now getting them into school, and I really think they forgot how scary it is the first time!!! I havent had any major symptoms just a little nausea, but no vomiting yet! Thats nice you've already been able to see your doctor, mine won't even see me until I hit 9 weeks, and are syaing they don't know when they can fit me in! Talk about stressful, I'm already looking for a new one, but he's supposed to be the best in my area. What do you think?View Thread
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