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    • neneromanova
    • By neneromanova 31st Dec 13, 7:29 PM
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    Less than 12 weeks pregnant club! Part 4!!
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    • 31st Dec 13, 7:29 PM
    Less than 12 weeks pregnant club! Part 4!! 31st Dec 13 at 7:29 PM
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    Welcome to our Families' section under 12 weeks' pregnant club. It's a fantastic chat area started by forumite neneromanova several years ago and still going strong. Chat to other new mums-to-be about all things baby and parenting including, whether MoneySaving or not. Click "reply" below to join in the conversation and join the Forum.

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    Back to the original thread...

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    This is a continuation of This thread which will be closed due to it's length.

    It's a thread that came from the very different needs of early pregnancy and is the springboard for the main MSE pregnancy thread here...

    I've taken some of the thread 'starters' from the main thread including the be careful notice below... Please let me know if there's more that should be on this opening post. ps thanks to Courgette for starting the original thread.

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    Its probably best to go to the main thread for these... all on the first page, thanks ticklepenny

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    Last edited by MSE Andrea; 12-10-2017 at 2:31 PM.
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    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 2nd Dec 17, 6:06 PM
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    OH really not feeling well the last two days. She didn't manage to eat breakfast yesterday as she was feeling very nauseas. When she arrived home from work she went straight up to bed - apparently she'd been feeling really sick all day and had barely eaten anything.

    She had a small amount of toast and shortly after was sick with what little she had eaten.

    Today she's eaten a bit, had slice of toast, a few crackers and managed some chicken soup for lunch and dinner. But still getting bad nausea. Not actually been sick. Stayed in bed.

    Mainly just really strong stomach pain which is probably mostly hunger. But she's also still getting waves of nausea and complaining of back pain.

    She's not had a temperature though so I don't think it's a virus.

    She's obviously just worrying about baby especially with the stomach pain.

    Hopefully fact she's eaten more today + another nights sleep will see her feeling much better in the morning.
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    • mary hinge
    • By mary hinge 4th Dec 17, 9:11 AM
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    OH really not feeling well the last two days. She didn't manage to eat breakfast yesterday as she was feeling very nauseas. When she arrived home from work she went straight up to bed - apparently she'd been feeling really sick all day and had barely eaten anything.

    She had a small amount of toast and shortly after was sick with what little she had eaten.

    Today she's eaten a bit, had slice of toast, a few crackers and managed some chicken soup for lunch and dinner. But still getting bad nausea. Not actually been sick. Stayed in bed.

    Mainly just really strong stomach pain which is probably mostly hunger. But she's also still getting waves of nausea and complaining of back pain.

    She's not had a temperature though so I don't think it's a virus.

    She's obviously just worrying about baby especially with the stomach pain.

    Hopefully fact she's eaten more today + another nights sleep will see her feeling much better in the morning.
    Originally posted by FreddieFrugal

    How is OH today Freddie?

    My nausea has escalated to full blown vomit. Alot. not long home from the school run and I'm planning a sofa morning with a duvet (anyone else freezing cold like all of the time?!) just to to sink this piece of toast and cuppa first, a mouthful feels like a mountain today
    Living in a superhero induced haze
    "You did good Kidda!"
    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 4th Dec 17, 9:32 PM
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    She's a lot better now. Still a bit off her food but eating more normally and no more sickness. Feeling tired from it though.

    She's lost 2kg from what she was at booking appt. nothing really to lose to start with! Need to feed her up once the nausea tails off.

    Her bump is really noticeable today, but it s meant to show sooner after the first baby.
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    • LavenderBee
    • By LavenderBee 5th Dec 17, 12:33 PM
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    I've now passed the 12 week mark (Sunday), and lo and behold yesterday I ate properly! Real food with nutritional benefits! So it does end! Still feeling a bit sickly when I get hungry but I can absolutely live with that. Last night I did some training (very difficult to hide a shockingly early attempt at an emerging bump in lycra...) rather than getting straight into bed with toast at the end of the day.


    Scan day on Thursday
    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 5th Dec 17, 8:52 PM
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    She managed to eat quite a lot of the roasted veg lasagne - was a big portion left over from when I made it on Friday. Even more bumpy today.

    10 weeks today.

    We've got another two weeks and two days til the scan. The time is going quite quickly though

    We bought a new table and chairs from IKEA as we still had the little one we bought from Pound Stretcher Extra when we first moved in together.

    We're having both sets of parents round for Christmas so needed something bigger.
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    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 7th Dec 17, 9:07 PM
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    Hope your scan went well LavendarBee
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    • LavenderBee
    • By LavenderBee 11th Dec 17, 11:14 AM
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    Thanks Freddie

    All good, and I was put forward a few days (as expected). I have been convinced I was expecting a boy, but going by the skull theory it looks like a girl, so now I've no idea!

    I think I'm going to risk popping onto the next thread, 13+3 now, so biting the bullet. Second trimester here I come!

    See you all there
    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 11th Dec 17, 11:18 AM
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    Oh good! I've been checking often to see if you'd posted about it.

    We could tell from the 12 week scan that it was a boy because the scan photo they gave us showed him in exactly the right position and you could see the genital nub. Angle of dangle was definitely boy!

    But also OH was convinced she was having a boy right from the beginning. This time she doesn't know.

    She's in maternity trousers already!

    10 days til scan...not like I'm counting or anything!
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    • mary hinge
    • By mary hinge 11th Dec 17, 11:45 AM
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    I have a epau scan booked for tomorrow after my mc in the summer. I am hoping the fact I have horrendous nausea and morning sickness 24/7 and that my b00bs feel like bullets that they are all positive signs that the pregnancy is still developing well.
    Living in a superhero induced haze
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    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 11th Dec 17, 9:15 PM
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    Hope the scan shows everything is going well!
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    • mary hinge
    • By mary hinge 12th Dec 17, 2:05 PM
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    Thanks Freddie, Scan went well, showed a heart beat and a pregnancy of around 7+ weeks. I feel abit better about it all now but equally know there is time for things to still go wrong.

    I'm having to rest alot at the moment, I feel exhausted and weak alot of the time, I'm aiming for a few mouthfuls of food every hour or so to try and keep the vomiting at bay, fingers crossed it's working and makes the nausea some what easier to bare.
    Living in a superhero induced haze
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    • LavenderBee
    • By LavenderBee 12th Dec 17, 6:38 PM
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    Oh good! I've been checking often to see if you'd posted about it.

    We could tell from the 12 week scan that it was a boy because the scan photo they gave us showed him in exactly the right position and you could see the genital nub. Angle of dangle was definitely boy!

    But also OH was convinced she was having a boy right from the beginning. This time she doesn't know.

    She's in maternity trousers already!

    10 days til scan...not like I'm counting or anything!
    Originally posted by FreddieFrugal
    Oh bless her, I'm getting some after Christmas for the bloating alone! We didn't get to see the nub either at the time or on the pic. Now I've got conflicting evidence I feel like we're properly team yellow, before I was kinda sad that I had such a strong feeling that it had taken the surprise away.

    Hang in there Mary, I was exactly the same, so incredibly exhausted and had to eat a mouthful every hour to stop me bringing everything up. I'm glad your scan went well though

    Having told my parents now, interestingly I had the same early pregnancy symptoms, cravings and aversions as my mum (she'd never told me before) - even down to the timing of the day when the sickness was worst! Odd how these things work.
    • FreddieFrugal
    • By FreddieFrugal 12th Dec 17, 9:05 PM
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    Excellent news about the scan, hope you start feeling better soon Mary!

    I wasn't expecting to know the sex that early LavendarBee - just opened the envelope, pulled out the scan picture and said "oh, well it's a boy!"
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