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    Guess Me!
    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:

    If you'd like members to guess the gender of your baby, why not make a poll? Open a new Discussion, give your list of symptoms, then continues on down to the make a poll space beneath the Discussion box.

    You can put something as simple in as "Guess Me!" then for your first response on the poll, put in "Girl" and for the second, put in "Boy." If you're having twins, you can add "Girl, Girl," "Boy, Boy" and "One of Each" or "Girl, Boy" as possible response.

    Then go ahead and post and let members vote!
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    jimsbabygirl responded:
    can you dye your haid when pregnant
    JulieC74 replied to jimsbabygirl's response:
    Yes you can! Just make sure you're in a well ventilated area and if using a home kit make sure you try and use a product that is ammonia free. I go to my hairdressers once a month to get mine coloured, the pampering is lovely!
    shanthrax85 replied to jimsbabygirl's response:
    yes, as long as u are in a well ventilated area
    ahernandez30 replied to jimsbabygirl's response:
    I was told by my Dr you should not do this.
    Landica41910 replied to jimsbabygirl's response:
    only after the first trimester is over
    Erica (20), DB Landis (20), EDD 6/12/12, first child, first time pregnant, team GREEN!

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