Pregnancy articles & tips
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I'm due on 22nd of November and am finding it very hard not to tell every one at the moment. I'm hoping it all goes well this time as just over 18 months ago I lost a baby while sick with swine flu. My son will be 7 when this bub is born and I'm hoping the age gap isn't too much. We moved to the Newcastle Area 2 years ago and am hoping to have this one at Newcastle Private but I haven't really heard much of what its like.
I'm not coping too well with the nausea this time around. I don't remember it ever being this bad. I can cope with the being sick part but not the feeling sick all day thing - any ideas to help with this would be great.
I have my first scan next Friday and I am hoping that it all goes well.
I am hoping I will be able to join you all soon.... I really feel like my bfp will come in a few days.... of course I can't be sure tho.
I was thinking of joining this group as if I was successful this cycle will be due DEC 10th but I will be having an elective c-section at 38 wks so will be end of Nov instead.... so if I do get my bfp would be ok to join you all?
here is my chart.... what do you think? when would you test?
My Ovulation Chart
It's completely different to my first two pregnancies. I could sleep all day if my partner is home to watch the girls and still wake up tired and run down.
I had a spare HPT at home and as its been 4 weeks since I miscarried I decided to do the test. I really didn't think it would be positive but it was! Two very distinct pink lines.
Is it possible for me to be pregnant so soon after a loss??? This doesn't feel real!!!