hi everyone, i am 39 wks and i have had this bump on my lip for over a month, i thought i was just a blood blister(because thats what it looks like) i have asked the docs about it calling it that a blood blister and they say it looks like its healing. but it is not going away, so i did some searching and found what is called a PYOGENTIC GRANULOMA in other words a "pregnancy tumor" the pic looks like what is on my lip and at times it just bleeds and bleeds!! it is really drving me crazy and i just want it to go away!!!!! has anyone one else heard of this or had one and if so what did you do about it? i go back to the doc tomorrow and im going to ask her about this pregnancy tumor!View Thread
jon3brn, not sure if you remember me or not we were on the ttc board beginning of the year, im glad to see everything seems to be going well for you and your pregnancy. i wish you all the luck with the birth of your lil one!!
update on me...we lost a loved one to lung cancer in june actually it was on r 5 yr wedding annversary, we found out a few wks later that we were going to have a baby, i figure it happened sometime that wk of sadness. they say you sometimes have to lose someone to gain a new life. we were over joyed when we learned the news and it was on r own woth out the help of any doctors. im due in march and so far everything has been going good, i had morning sickness for awhile and i have really bad headaches, the only other bad thing is i was let go from my nanny job not long after i told my boss but i think that was for the best!! again all the luck with you and your new lil family!!View Thread
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