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BαtMαɳ Secret Bat Cave, FK, Oman 62251 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting BunnyGirl19:" <blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" Yours too?"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... few days, but I think part of it is keeping down milk well now so I'm not getting so dehydrated and I'm getting some nutrition."


That's good!! SO suggested that I start drinking soy milk since regular milk gives me the runs.



GRR

BunnyGirl19 Due December 13; 3 kids; 10 angel babies; Oregon 16714 posts
30th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" That's good!! SO suggested that I start drinking soy milk since regular milk gives me the runs. GRR"</blockquote>




I'd try almond milk instead. It tastes much better. But I also try to avoid soy as much as possible in the first place. LOL

BαtMαɳ Secret Bat Cave, FK, Oman 62251 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting BunnyGirl19:" <blockquote><b>Quoting BαƚMαɳ:</b>" That's good!! SO suggested ... [snip!] ... I'd try almond milk instead. It tastes much better. But I also try to avoid soy as much as possible in the first place. LOL"


I love soy milk, its just so freaking expensive!!

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20113 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting BabyMamax5:" But that's what I'm afraid of! If they couldn't even do the epi without hitting bone how can they get ... [snip!] ... location (lower back) or is it higher/lower? I watched videos of c/s but they really didn't show how they did the epi/spinal."


It's in pretty much the same spot. With my last one I had a spinal/epi combo. They go all the way through and do the spinal and then when they are taking it out, they stop half way and did the epi so I could get extra medicine during my csection. It helped a lot cause I started feeling like I was going to be sick and they gave me nausea meds that helped a ton lol.



I would just ask your doctor about it. If you are really worried about it, you can be put to sleep, but I think most hospitals won't let anyone in the OR with you if you are asleep. And when I was put to sleep with my first (emergency) he was almost 3 hours old before I got to actually see him. And the recovery was a lot harder on me than the ones I was awake for.

BristolsMomma Due September 21; 2 kids; Orlando, Florida 112 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting tee.air.rah:" I really want to, but since I had some spotting, and my last pregnancy ended in mc, my doctor told me ... [snip!] ... I can get an ok to start back. I was training for the Tough Mudder, but its like a week after my due date, so maybe next year."


I am continuing to exercise. Ran 3 miles today. I am taking it easy in the first trimester, but I will get back into more of a routine after 12 weeks.

tee.air.rah 1 child; California 1184 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting BαƚMαɳ:" Same here. I felt really good for a couple days, then BAD for a day or so, then good again. So hopefully I am on the path to feeling good!!"


I hope so too! With me, it slowly built up to getting terrible, then I had one day of just non-stop throwing up, even if it was just stomach fluid. Then the next day, it just *poof*, gone! Maybe you're in the clear too

tee.air.rah 1 child; California 1184 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting BristolsMomma:" I am continuing to exercise. Ran 3 miles today. I am taking it easy in the first trimester, but I will get back into more of a routine after 12 weeks. "


I'm jealous. I miss working out so much. I was starting this weight lifting training right before I got my bfp. I figured I'd lighten the load, but my OB said just walking. But it's encouraging to know of another mama still working out.

Ally Lynn Due September 26; 1 child; Alaska 735 posts
30th Jan '13

I'm so f'ing tired today! I'm isolating myself to the couch only for the whole night. I'll be 6 weeks on Friday and as of now the fatigue is defiantly kicking in. I'm hoping I can avoid MS. So far I have not been sick, when did everyone else's kick in?

Cαtwomαn 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Gotham, DC, United States 11673 posts
30th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ally Lynn:</b>" I'm so f'ing tired today! I'm isolating myself to the couch only for the whole night. I'll be 6 weeks ... [snip!] ... the fatigue is defiantly kicking in. I'm hoping I can avoid MS. So far I have not been sick, when did everyone else's kick in? "</blockquote>




Mine comes and goes. But I don't actually get sick. Just a little nauseous. Most of the time it's just that nothing tastes or sounds good to me. It started at about 4 weeks but got more intense after I started taking prescription prenatals on Monday. I was exactly 6 weeks.

LiZZie B Due September 8 (boy); 51 kids; Florida 6049 posts
30th Jan '13

You ladies are totally freaking me out with all this c-section, epi's & spinal talk!!
I've had 3 natural vaginal birth.. Never had an epi and there a good chance I may end up with a c-section this time around! I'm sooooooo scared!

Kellzzbellzz Due August 30; 1 child; San Diego, California 541 posts
30th Jan '13

Hey ladies! Just wanted to sneak my head in and say hi! hope everyone is feeling okay. School is kicking my butt and- I am still oh so tired and can't read through everything I missed sorry!:oops: All I want to do is eat and sleep lol

Their-Mommy02 Due September 12 (boy); 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 64 posts
30th Jan '13

I'm having this dull but constant pain in my mid left side towards my back. Anyone have or had something similar or know what it can be?

LiZZie B Due September 8 (boy); 51 kids; Florida 6049 posts
30th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Their-Mommy02:</b>" I'm having this dull but constant pain in my mid left side towards my back. Anyone have or had something similar or know what it can be?"</blockquote>




Does it go away if you move around or lay down? Have u had a U/S yet?

Their-Mommy02 Due September 12 (boy); 2 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 64 posts
30th Jan '13
Quoting LiZZie B:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Their-Mommy02:</b>" I'm having this dull but constant pain in ... [snip!] ... similar or know what it can be?"</blockquote> Does it go away if you move around or lay down? Have u had a U/S yet?"


Maybe if I sit up straight or lean forward? But laying down on my back or side it hurts? It's not horrible but annoying. U/S is on Monday.

LiZZie B Due September 8 (boy); 51 kids; Florida 6049 posts
30th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Their-Mommy02:</b>" Maybe if I sit up straight or lean forward? But laying down on my back or side it hurts? It's not horrible but annoying. U/S is on Monday."</blockquote>




Could be just your ligaments stretching and adjusting to your bean. If the pain goes away then mostly likey it's nothing to worry about. when I had my ectopic it was very painful and constant I couldn't find relief at all.