I've been feeling a little sore for a while now but yesterday and last night it was awful!! The back of my thighs and...down there : ) ....were so sore it was almost unbearable. It hurt to get out of bed, to get back in bed, to roll over to the other side! Does anyone have any tips for this? Would Tylenol help or a heating pad? Thanks!View Thread
I don't have a lot but I definitely have some. I've been using Palmers which doesn't seem to be helping at all. My mom gave me a $5 off coupon for Mederma and I thought I'd check it out - turns out it's $40 at Wal-mart! Ugh! I don't want to spend even the $35 on it! But does it work? Has anyone had success with it or anything else? My sister told me vitamin e oil (?) might help. Also, does anyone know if they go away after? I heard some do and some don't. Thanks!View Thread
Good - I'm so glad he's doing well!! Hopefully he'll cooperate. My doctor told me to drink a cup of coffee (small one) or a tea, diet coke, something like that with a little caffeine the morning of the u/s and that will give him a little boost to get moving. That way he'll hopefully flip around a little so you can see his sweet face! Mine is today so I'm sipping my small but satisfying cup of coffee right now and he's definitely moving down there : )
I hope you get to see him better next Friday!! Keep me posted!View Thread
Oh I know how you feel about the sushi coffee and wine!! I miss all three of those. And of course now that I can't have it I've been craving doughnuts, Chick Fil A, corndogs and fries. Yum!! Oh well, like I said it's worth it.
They did tell you Gestational Diabetes is not your fault right?! My consultant said that a lot of the time they forgot to tell mom's that and the mom's go around thinking they did something wrong when they didn't. It's 100% hormonal, it's not what you ate before. That made me feel sooooo much better : )View Thread