mum of Chyler 23/2/03, Trista 8/2/06 & Kade 8/2/06
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I too have an awesome partner - he has been a great!! i had morning sickness both in the morning and the evening - but it was very precise when it came on so i felt kind of lucky in that i could 'prepare' myself!! i had it from week 6 to week 11 and every now and again it strikes once more!!
I am now onto the heart burn stage, but morning sickness still wins the day over heart burn. I started to get heart burn around 18 weeks when i first felt 'flutters' from the twins - as the flutters turned to moving/kicking the heart burn has got worse - but like the sickness - it usually comes around the same time in the day and only when i am at work - thank goodness i finish this week!! For heart burn - try drinking lots of milk.
The other thing i would say , and probably the most valuable thing you can do, is join your local Multiple birth club. They have 'twinee' antenatal classes, they will give you a support person up until the babies are 1 year old and a complete network of women who have had twinees and 'survived' !! They also have equipment for hire, library stock and morning teas plus much more.
Good to talk to you - get back to me if you like - would be good to keep in touch with a kiwi twinee mum to be. B
Becks, mum to be of twins
My twins recently turned one and I have to agrre that the best thing you can do is contact your local multiple birth association.
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