I am going in the morning for my glucose test. With my last three it was early in the morning and I didn't eat in the morning so I wouldn't have to worry about failing. Well tomorrow it's at 11am. The kids get up around 7am. I usually wake up quite hungry too. I am not sure I can hold out until after my test to eat anything. I don't remember the rules. Am I supposed to fast an hour before the test? I was thinking of getting up early - like 6am - and boiling a couple eggs. Those aren't high in sugar. I don't think so anyway. Then I won't eat anything until after the test.View Thread
My guess is it could have been discontinued because of the pattern. The Graco highchair and stroller I bought when I had my first a few years ago were discontinued only because they were coming out with new patterns.View Thread
It might be cheaper to just buy the crib and forget the bassinett. Where are you setting up the baby's room? Is he going to be in the same room as you? Or will he have his own room? If he is in the same room I say just buy the crib and skip the bassinett.View Thread
I had it when I was nearing the end of my first tri and then it went away. I was so happy. It was the same way with my second pregnancy. But then over the past week it has started flaring up again. Mine is worse if I do a lot of walking or moving around during the day. The way I sit makes it worse too. When I had it at the beginning I used a heating pad on low on my upper thigh/butt cheek area. That made it feel better for the moment. If I got up and walked around it would start back up. I had it so bad the other night I thought I might not be able to walk. I was walking from the bed to the dresser with my laptop - trying to get it on the dresser and thought I might drop it. We are only talking....five feet maybe. It was horrible. Tylenol is also helpful for me but doesn't always help 100%.View Thread
I'm sure everything is fine. Hopefully you will get up this morning and will have felt him. Go into a quiet room like the pp and relax and see if you can feel him. Lay on your left side. Something I do is drink a little caffiene and then sit or lay down. Usually a can of coke makes my stomach look like a Jiffy Pop Popper. lolView Thread
She is saying you have a normal size baby and according to your last menstrual cycle you are 27wks along. What does that mean...exactly what she said. Like the pp said she won't discuss real results with you since she's not a doctor. When you go for your next appt in a couple weeks ask the doctor then if based on the measurements if the baby is measuring 27weeks or more. Some women measure bigger. I wouldn't worry about it too much. If you want the results sooner which I can totally understand I would wait until Tuesday to call. It will take a day or two (not counting the weekend) for the doctor to get the results.
Like everyone else has already said breech is feet down. A normal vaginal delivery needs the baby head down. Don't worry about this because babies can flip up until the last minute. Just because he is breech now doesn't mean you will need a c-section because he has plenty of time to turn. . It doesn't mean they will induce you early or give you a c-section early either. Now if he were to stay breech they will likely want to do a c-section but the majority of doctors will wait until you are 39 weeks to do that.View Thread
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