drink some water and sit down for a while, if it doesn't go away then i'd call your doctor. you could even try laying on your left side, might help with circulation. hope you feel better soon. View Thread
i'm 38 weeks 4 days tomorrow and at my last appt they said i had gained a total of 11 lbs. i have a feeling that when i have my little baby girl that i'm going to be that much closer to being at my goal weight. i'm at 151 right now i think... my goal weight after baby is 120. View Thread
kinda sounds like me a little except i'm not at far dilated or effaced. i'm ready for her to come already!!! i've been feeling contractions lately but not sure if they're the real deal or just fake. i'll send labor vibes your way if i can get some back too (((((labor vibes)))))View Thread
see i know i should know what it looks like but i can't remember from last time. i had an appt earlier today and she checked me, and i just went to the bathroom and found a little bit of brown mucousy stuff. could this be part of my mucus plug or just from the check? any help would be great. View Thread
well it's not going to do you or the baby any good if you're getting sick... if you're body is doing this to you, it's probably a sign that baby will need to come out soon. with all of the advances in medicine, i'm sure she'll be ok if they have to take her early. have him come to the next appt you have and ask questions, they'll be able to answer you and relieve any concerns you may have. good luck.View Thread
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