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**Louise** 2 kids; United Kingdom 870 posts
30th Oct '12

Had my whooping cough jab today and passed out in the waiting room afterwards :( I really thought I was starting to get over my phobia, I feel so rubbish now I just feel like I'm back to square one.

vxgonzalez 2 kids; Los Angeles, California 458 posts
30th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting **Louise**:</b>" Had my whooping cough jab today and passed out in the waiting room afterwards :( I really thought I was starting to get over my phobia, I feel so rubbish now I just feel like I'm back to square one."</blockquote>



That sucks! :(

user banned Due April 8; 1 child; Washington 11352 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting **Louise**:" Had my whooping cough jab today and passed out in the waiting room afterwards :( I really thought I was starting to get over my phobia, I feel so rubbish now I just feel like I'm back to square one."


:( aw that sucks!

MrsDores Due January 23 (girl); 2 kids; Clifton, Colorado 333 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Freckleface Lg Cantelope:" Mine is still speeding along! You keeping busy?"

Perhaps my lack of things to keep me occupied is the difference. Besides doctor appointments and such, I don't have anything else going on aside from my normal every day mom/wife duties.

Landon's Mommy *+2* Due October 20; 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Cincinnati, Ohio 14943 posts
30th Oct '12

Anddddddd Mallory has officially moved from transverse to BREECH!
She's around 5 1/2 lbs & expected to be around the high 8's to 9lbs like big brother Landon! (he was 9lbs 2oz)



I start my weekly's next Friday at 36 weeks! If she doesn't turn by then they'll do an ultrasound & then I'm not sure the next step. Maybe they'll try to turn her?? I've heard it hurts though, ouch. I DO NOT want a csection :(

Freckleface Watermelon 18 kids; Dallas, Texas 37756 posts
30th Oct '12
Quoting Landon's Mommy *34wks*:" Anddddddd Mallory has officially moved from transverse to BREECH! She's around 5 1/2 lbs & expected ... [snip!] ... then I'm not sure the next step. Maybe they'll try to turn her?? I've heard it hurts though, ouch. I DO NOT want a csection :("


Oh dang! Hope she flips on her own!! I don't want a c section either but my baby has not turned yet either! I go to the doc on Thurs so we'll see what she thinks.



DH said "Why can't you just deliver feet first?" I just told him that most doctors won't even attempt it. It's less risky to cut us open than birth a breech baby in their opinion.

KristynaV 1 child; POWELL, Tennessee 94 posts
30th Oct '12

I'm due december 25th a, little boy couldn't be more excited! :-)

army mom of 3 (+1) Due September 21; 164 kids; 10 angel babies; North Pole, Alaska 1501 posts
31st Oct '12

When my mom was preggo with my littlest sister, they told her, to "sit.on a radio" seriously the baby would flip towards the music. I.thought the Dr was crazy, guess not she flipped and mom delivered naturally!

Lalaj 17 kids; South Carolina 232 posts
31st Oct '12

There's all sorts of little exercises you can do to help the baby turn, I'll call my Doula and get this list again for you.

Cade*Lily*Mom Tennessee 658 posts
31st Oct '12

Going in for another ultrasound tomorrow...I lost 5 lbs and apparently my stomach is not measuring where it should be.
Also note that my I have a low lying placenta and last time I went in for the 3D ultrasound they couldn't even see her that good because she is in a ball behind the placenta and has been like that for a while now. I will update after I get home tomorrow.

**Louise** 2 kids; United Kingdom 870 posts
31st Oct '12

Had my 33 week midwife apointment today and she is still concerned about my size. I have grown a little but am still measuring 4 weeks too small so has arranged another appointment for next weds. If I'm still measuring too small then she is going to send me for another growth scan!

Freckleface Watermelon 18 kids; Dallas, Texas 37756 posts
31st Oct '12
Quoting **Louise**:" Had my 33 week midwife apointment today and she is still concerned about my size. I have grown a little ... [snip!] ... another appointment for next weds. If I'm still measuring too small then she is going to send me for another growth scan!"


I'm sure all is fine! Will think good thoughts for you :)

endless possibilities Due November 7; 6 kids; Tacoma, Washington 40890 posts
31st Oct '12

Hope everyone is well, I haven't been on BG since July! I can't believe it has been that long...Anyway, how is everyone feeling? I'm 34 weeks, due the 9th of December and planning a home birth. I have been seeing a midwife this whole time and it's just been a totally different experience than my other pregnancies and I really like it! I'm measuring 36 weeks and gaining weight slowly, just a half a pound a week or so now. We are having a boy, I didn't want to find out but my fiance did so we did :) I think that was the last time I was on BG actually way back when we found out! I hope you all are having a great Halloween! This is me at 34 weeks on Sunday :)
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**Louise** 2 kids; United Kingdom 870 posts
1st Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Freckleface Lg Cantelope:</b>" I'm sure all is fine! Will think good thoughts for you :)"</blockquote>




Thank you! It's so strange cause some nights I feel like my bump has grown so much but then I can wake up and be tiny again!



I woke up in the middle of the night last night and I had been sleeping on my belly without realising. When I felt my belly I could barely feel a bump and I freaked out. She must be hiding!

**Louise** 2 kids; United Kingdom 870 posts
1st Nov '12

Was just wondering how many of you ladies feel ready for labour? I still feel so unprepared and nervous even though I have been through it once before!



I had what I think we're Brixton hicks the other night and it scared the hell out of me as I thought it might be early labour. My friend is 4 weeks ahead of me and due her little girl in three weeks, she said she feels ready to meet her now but I so don't!



I know I still have seven weeks to go but so far this pregnancy has flown by!