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What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: Pregnant again after early loss
« on: January 16, 2018 at 10:30 PM »
Thanks :) Yeah, It was a big relief to see bub doing ok and everything looking good. I'm hoping my cramping settles down soon tho cos it's a lot of it. It's worrying me a bit. I know the spotting can be normal but because I am having the cramping it's just put me on edge a bit.

I hope your scan goes really well. And it's not too full  on with your 3 year old  going along. Lol. :) That's good you have had less cramping too. Sounds like a good sign, that things are going well for you.

Oh wow! That sounds really cold! Sounds really nice tho. I am from Qld, Australia, and I've only ever seen the snow once, when I went for a holiday. It was awesome! Lol We don't ever get snow where I live, or even much of a proper winter. It doesn't really get cold at all. 

Ah yep. Sounds like you have a totally different system of health care to us. We can get public health care for free, or we can get private care and pay full cost if we don't have health insurance, or a gap fee if we do, which isn't usually that much. I have to use a bit of both, as the only hospital here for giving birth at is public. It is really well equipped tho and for the most part is pretty good. But for some of my appointments and scans I have chosen to go private as I can get seen sooner.

Oh no! Sorry to hear that you had the flu lately. I hope you are feeling better now? I haven't been too bad with all the normal pregnancy things. Just very tired and a lot of nausea. I sleep a full 12 hours at  night usually, and then still feel like I need a nap  for a few hours during the day as well! I was having bad morning sickness till a week or so ago, and it seems to have lessened a little. That's cool you have a belly already! I have a slight bump but I don't know if it's noticeable to anyone else.  I'm sure that making milk this early just means bub is doing well and your body knows what to do :)

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: Back for round 3
« on: January 15, 2018 at 10:28 PM »
How are you going? Hope things are going ok :)

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: Pregnant again after early loss
« on: January 15, 2018 at 10:27 PM »
So, after doing the smallest of tasks this morning (dishes, putting the slow cooker on, making sushi), I have lots of strong cramping again and a small amount of spotting. :( This is sooo stressful! So now, I am back to bed rest again! I am so worried that something is gonna go wrong, or that I am going to be stuck on bed rest for the rest of this pregnancy. 

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: My baby girl has arrived!
« on: January 15, 2018 at 07:06 AM »
Congratulations! She sounds beautiful <3 I am glad she is doing well. Hopefully you will get to take her home soon.

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: Pregnant again after early loss
« on: January 15, 2018 at 07:02 AM »
So, I had my appointment today with the specialist. He said that my second scan looked ok, and that the cyst has resolved from what they can see. He was really positive, and has put me on light duties (yay) instead of bedrest. Bub is growing well so that's good. And I will be having weekly appointments with my dr, and another scan in two weeks time to check on things.

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: Pregnant again after early loss
« on: January 12, 2018 at 08:48 PM »
How cool that we are only a few days apart! Crazy lol. :)

I live in Australia so maybe we do things differently here? What's a MFM? I have only had one follow up appointment straight after my scan, and that was when I had been in the hospital emergency department. Other than that, I've always had to wait at least a day or two for results. Which is so frustrating! But I thought I would have at least been told more at the scan, than I was.

I've been referred to the early pregnancy unit, through the hospital. They deal with the more complicated pregnancies, that have issues before 12 weeks. I don't know what they are doing after 12 weeks tho. I am assuming that they are going to refer me to a specialist OB through the hospital, but I am not sure... With my now two year old I had to see a specialist at the hospital and also had midwife appointments in between. So I am assuming it will be similar.. I'm not really sure tho.

That's great that your 3 year old is excited about your baby! So cute. And that makes sense about him behaving better cos he knows why you are resting. I am not sure that my two year old would quite understand yet. But my older kids would. I'm just worried that if something went wrong they would get so upset. And I don't know if I can deal with that! I guess I should just bite the bullet and tell them.

That's great that you are back to light activity now. It's nice to be able to do some things, even if it isn't a lot. I hope you don't have another bleed soon. They are really scary! I am hoping that I will get put on light activity soon, as I haven't had any more bleeding.

That sucks that you haven't been able to find a sitter. And yep, I would love to hire a regular cleaner too, but we can't really afford it, either. I think we don't realise how much we actually do around the house, until we can't do it, and the house falls apart! I have been getting the kids to help out with the small things that they can do, but nothing is done quite properly, lol. They try tho lol. It's school holidays for them here and I feel like half of their holiday has been taken up by helping out and watching tv. :( Normally, I plan a lot of fun activities, like going to the beach and out for icecreams, movies etc. So I feel a bit like a bad mum. :( School goes back in a week though, so it should be easier for me with them at school. And at least they won't be bored there lol. And my partners idea of "cooking" tea is to buy takeaway. So everyone has been existing on too much red rooster, KFC and tv! The kids think the takeaway is great lol but I love to do healthier meals. Oh well, lol. It will be worth it in the end. Just have to focus on the end goal, I think, even tho things are a bit hard right now. :)

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Re: Pregnant again after early loss
« on: January 10, 2018 at 09:43 PM »
Hi :)

It does suck having complications this early. I feel like I will be holding my breath for the next few months..  So stressful! That's good to hear that there is some chance at 22 and 23 weeks tho. It's a bit reassuring for me. :) At the moment that goal feels so far away but I guess we will just have to take it day by day.

I had my follow up ultrasound yesterday afternoon, and they have now dated me a few days different. I'm now due the 18th August. Whats your bubs due date? :) We must be pretty close!

Bubs heartrate was 168 which they said was ok. But they didn't tell me about the cyst and what's going on there! They just told me that I will have to go to my follow up dr appointment to discuss the results. So I am trying not to freak out! My dr appointment isn't till Monday.  I was hoping they would tell me some more about it at the scan. I havent had anymore bleeding tho, so hopefully it's healing...

I am having a really hard time with it being school holidays, and watching the kids! My partner works long hours, and 6 days a week. So I'm pretty much trying to get the kids to fend for themselves a lot. That and a lot of tv. I do have my sister in law and mum in law to help, but not all the time as they are very busy. Only one or twice a week. My house is sooo messy and the kids are so bored. It's driving me nuts!  :( I feel bad for the kids too, that I'm not doing a lot with them. I haven't actually told them about the pregnancy yet. I've been too worried that things might go wrong. I've just told them that I have a cyst that's causing problems. I'm not really sure when to tell them.

I hope you find a sitter soon. It's so frustrating not having much help, especially with kids to look after.

What's Your Story? Tell us. / Pregnant again after early loss
« on: January 08, 2018 at 12:58 AM »
So, I am only early on in my pregnancy (9 weeks). I am pregnant again after an early loss, 6 months ago. Really wanting this baby to get here safe and sound. I have been having complications already, and I also have a history of preterm labour, IC, and IU with my last two babies.

Last week I ended up in the emergency department, sure that I was having another miscarriage, with bleeding and severe cramping. At first they told me I was having a miscarriage, and then they gave me an ultrasound, which showed baby growing really well! My HCG levels were also very high and they said bub has a great heartrate. The scan also showed that I have a cyst which has ruptured and was causing the bleeding and pain.

I was put on bed rest for two weeks, to help stop the bleeding and cramping. I have a week left to go. I haven't had any more bleeding which is a relief, and I have another ultrasound in 2 days time.

I also have some fibroids, which my dr is keeping an eye on. With my last successful pregnancy I had very large fibroids on and around my babies placenta, and it caused bleeding and growth problems.

I feel like this pregnancy has already had a rocky start, and I am just hoping to at least make it to 24 weeks. Then my next goal is 28 and so on. My last two successful pregnancies I had preterm labour at 19 weeks and 32 weeks. They were able to hold off the labour with medication and bed rest, and I delivered them both at full term,  to my relief!  So now I am trying to be positive and rest as much as I can to give my bub the best chance.

Anyhow, sorry for the essay!  :) Hoping to get some support. And give support as well

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