Seeing as this hasn't gotten updated for a couple of months, I have decided to take it upon myself to get this started again so that I can talk to the mama's that are in their first trimester and vice versa... So I will start with me, I am a momma of two little girls and one on the way.. based on my lmp I will be 10 weeks 2 days tomorrow.. I go in for my first appt on friday so I will find out for sure. looking forward to getting to know everybody.
username name weeks team expected due date reb_hun Becky 10 weeks 2 days hoping for blue 2/12/13
Hey Im a moher of 2 boys DS1 is 5 yrs old and DS1 is 1 yr old. Found out Im expecting #3 after having tubes tied. user name is Butterflygirl_530\ name is Cathy 6 weeks and 1 day hoping team PINK!! EDD 03/13/2013
Hi, I'm Beth. 4 weeks with my first and very very nervous! I'm so worried something will go wrong. I had my first spotting this morning and it was light and just once. From what I read I think this is ok. Any advice moms out there?
This could be the implantation bleeding. Also, some women experience some spotting during their whole pregnancy, but you should always talk to your doctor or midwife about this kind of symptoms, as they could also be a sign that something else is going on...
Hi Everyone!!! I just found out 2 days ago that I am Pregnant and My husband and I are both really excited. I am nervous also, because this is my 2nd pregnancy. I miscarried my first. I found out about that one at 8 weeks!!! I am about 4 weeks. I am team pink, but my hubby is team yellow/green (neutral.) I do have a couple of questions though. Question 1 is Are any of ya'll Type 1 Diabetic also? I am really worried about being Type 1 and pregnant. 2nd question is Is it normal to be cold? I am always cold.
We have a great community where you might find others who have faced both pregnancy and diabetes: WebMD Diabetes Community
I don't recall ever feeling cold when I was pregnant. However, when I get really exhausted, I do feel chilled! Since this is a new pregnancy and you are diabetic, I urge you to give your doctor a call to ask about feeling cold.
Hello! Im currently 11weeks with baby number 3! I have 2 beautiful little girls and we are hoping for a little prince this go around! This was a completely unplanned baby, as i have a copper IUD. Seems after my 2nd daughter was born my Dr. Put it in wrong, shoving it into my uterine wall! So they cant take it out til i have a Needed planned C-section to remove it and the baby. I am almost out of the Worried miscarry zone, and will be on the high risk side for preterm labor and infections, pretty much i will be a pin cushion for tests to make sure every things ok. Im doing yoga and stress breathing alot to avoid stressing over the things that could go wrong right now. This baby, according to my new Dr. had an amazingly low conception chance with how the IUD was sitting, so im taking this as a miracle, not anything less. So unplanned or not we are very excited! Bright side i will have Ultrasounds ever 2weeks to every month. So higher chance of seeing baby's gender! wooh! so Im joining you ladies for the April baby due dates! yay
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