I was gestational diabetic with my son 5 yrs ago. I will be taking the 3 hr test in a few weeks. I breastfed my son about 10 mins after he was out. They tested me and my son's sugar levels and we were both normal hours after delivery. I don't see any reason why you wouldn't be able to breastfeed your baby. I'm not a health care professional but it's just my two sense for what it's worth. Good luck! View Thread
I know I am late with his. I had a sinus infection and broncittis. I was miserable. I eneded up with antibiotics, pseudoephed, and inhaler. I was on agmentin (aintibotics) for 5 days and ened up having to change to a z-pak. I used saline spray and flushed my sinuses. I was also given cough medicine with codine. When I went to the pharmacy prior to the doc and asked if I could take pseudoephed she said no but then the doc gave me some. I 'm sorry I hope you are feeling better.View Thread
I am 26 wks and I have been having very bad pain in my croch ( sorry TMI). It hurts to roll over from side to side as well as getting up out of bed or from the couch or chair. Walking is a nightmare. I have a lot of pressure which is to be expected but from what I remember from my first pregnacy I had no pain there. Any ideas? Has anyone else been having this type of pain?View Thread
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