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user banned 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
15th Nov '12

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*Adorakboo 10 weeks* Due July 6; 1 child; Barnsley, United Kingdom 55 posts
15th Nov '12
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Naturally Alternative 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Lafayette, Louisiana 6014 posts
status 15th Nov '12

Phuket: Wow, triple post! haha jk.



>_< Does anyone know if a history of miscarriage (3) will make you high risk? I really want to birth in a birthing center but I can't if I'm high risk. :(

user banned 18 kids; Texas 1041 posts
15th Nov '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" well..its called marijuana...:lol: in all seriousness. if you do research adn really learn the ... [snip!] ... on 3 medications full of terrible side effects, but im afraid if i try to naturally treat her CPS will be called or something."


I had hyperemesis (MS on STEROIDS!) I couldn't even keep down water. Eventually they had me on a Zofran pump, but in increased my migraines and cause severe impaction. I asked for something natural, but was told there wasn't anything. It wasn't until after my pregnancy that I learned about MMJ. I'm thinking if things go that way again, I might look into it, but I don't think Texas allows it. I wish I was more informed the first time. I tried and read ALOT, but still not enough.

user banned 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
15th Nov '12
Quoting *Mega Mom*:" I had hyperemesis (MS on STEROIDS!) I couldn't even keep down water. Eventually they had me on a Zofran ... [snip!] ... it, but I don't think Texas allows it. I wish I was more informed the first time. I tried and read ALOT, but still not enough. "


it helps so much it isnt funy. i read a story about a women just like you had hyperemisis was in and out of the hosptial. she decided to try it, and gained weight and could eat and keep it down.. : /
we are so used to what the government pounds in out head we lose sight of truth.

James Mama 3 kids; Arizona 2845 posts
15th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮ Phuket:</b>" well..its called marijuana...:lol: in all seriousness. if you do research adn really learn the ... [snip!] ... on 3 medications full of terrible side effects, but im afraid if i try to naturally treat her CPS will be called or something."</blockquote>




Yeah too bad it is a felony here!! I'd rather puke a bunch then end up in prison. Although I do agree it is rediculous that it is illegal and I do think they are making progress to make it legal :)

user banned 18 kids; Texas 1041 posts
15th Nov '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" it helps so much it isnt funy. i read a story about a women just like you had hyperemisis was in and ... [snip!] ... weight and could eat and keep it down.. : / we are so used to what the government pounds in out head we lose sight of truth."


Maybe I'm crazy, but after watching "The Business of being born" I am all over all natural... well... I'm scared, but think I'm going to do it :)

user banned 18 kids; Texas 1041 posts
15th Nov '12

Soooo... silly question, is anyone else starting to show/ need maternity clothes? I have HORRIBLE pelvic tilt. As in I already look 4 mo preg simply because my hips have already rotated. PLEASE say I am not alone. I will need maternity soon because my jeans kill me when I'm sitting or bending over all day.

James Mama 3 kids; Arizona 2845 posts
15th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Mega Mom*:</b>" Soooo... silly question, is anyone else starting to show/ need maternity clothes? I have HORRIBLE pelvic ... [snip!] ... PLEASE say I am not alone. I will need maternity soon because my jeans kill me when I'm sitting or bending over all day. "</blockquote>




No way and I hope I don't for a while!! I could go to 20 weeks without showing and be happy :)

mamato6 vba4c successful Phoenix, Arizona 10644 posts
15th Nov '12
Quoting James Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting *Mega Mom*:</b>" Soooo... silly question, is anyone else starting ... [snip!] ... day. "</blockquote> No way and I hope I don't for a while!! I could go to 20 weeks without showing and be happy :)"

Same here!

James Mama 3 kids; Arizona 2845 posts
15th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting 5 plus 1 equals 6:</b>" Same here!"</blockquote>




I still have to work, which I am very active at work! And I want to fit my clothes as long as possible!

Kara-lynn Due July 21; 65 kids; Florida 2063 posts
15th Nov '12

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Chris's Mommy 1 child; Seaside, California 2618 posts
15th Nov '12
Quoting *Mega Mom*:" Soooo... silly question, is anyone else starting to show/ need maternity clothes? I have HORRIBLE pelvic ... [snip!] ... PLEASE say I am not alone. I will need maternity soon because my jeans kill me when I'm sitting or bending over all day. "


I thought I was going to need materinity clothes soon, but I found a pair of my low rise jeans that sit right under my belly to wear. I also picked up a larger size pair of jeans to wear after these don't fit anymore.

GodLovingMom Due July 21; 1 child; Louisiana 346 posts
15th Nov '12

I'm SOO stressed out, I may not end up with any insurance for this pregnancy and i don't know what to do!!! I'm still trying to figure things out but not sure whats gonna happen yet..



Sign up through my husbands job for insurance just passed and we missed it because of being told things multiple times that were not true so that's being investigated to see if we will still be allowed to enroll outside of open enrollment



I applied for medicaid Sunday and called today and was denied



I have Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance through my dads work, we were thinking about TTC and i called the insurance company this last summer i think to see if it would cover me for pregnancy and they said no it would only cover my dad wife but not his kids but the insurance might have changed recently so i dont know if there's any possibility i might be covered.........



I'm wondering if i go to a ob appointment for pregnancy care if the insurance will cover it at all or if i will have to pay full price since its pregnancy related or what about the hospital birth, will they cover the hospital stay any.. :(

Im watching you 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Adelaide, Australia 4985 posts
15th Nov '12

well ladies i just got back from doctors and im 7weeks and 2 days lol
and im due 5th july
heart beat was 133



lol now its real



also i went on a website for fun about baby prediction and this is what it said
What is the old wives' tale that says heart rate predicts gender?



The traditional "old wives' tale" is that where the measured heart rate is above 140, the baby is a girl is a girl, but if the measured heart rate is below 140, the baby is a boy. Unfortunately, the old theory doesn't take into account that heart rate varies over the duration of pregnancy.
Heart rate starts off low, and keeps getting faster and faster until about 9 weeks, then starts getting slower for the duration of pregnancy. BabyBPM is different than the traditional old wives' tale because it tries to compare your baby's heart rate to the average heart rate for your baby's gestational age.
Using the old "above or below 140 bpm" theory, every baby would be a girl if you measured at 9 weeks!




it also predicted a boy for me