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Due in August 2019 Chat #1
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Posted 31 December 2018 - 08:43 AM
Welcome to your own little section ladies and a HUGE congratulations.
Enjoy this wonderful journey and I wish you all a wonderful birth.
Please make sure you read this forums rules in particular Facebook, this group is a safe place and inclusive of anyone due in this month.
If you need any help just let me know.
Posted 02 January 2019 - 05:26 AM
Hope to see more people joining us in the forum soon
How are you feeling physically/mentally? I’m ok physically, a little nervous about how things will pan out after a 2nd trimester loss in August just past. Hopefully with careful monitoring we can avoid the same issue happening too soon again.
Posted 02 January 2019 - 06:36 AM
That’s completely understandable your feeling that way. Have you had a scan yet?
I’m feeling ok, I’m freaking about when my medical team find out as I was supposed to be having major surgery when I finished breastfeeding. I wasn’t supposed to I’ve babies until it was done.
Also mildly stressing wondering how hectic 3 under 3.3 will be.
Posted 02 January 2019 - 06:56 AM
Oh dear, that does sound complicated.
No, nothing yet. I saw my GP last Friday (he was my OB for my first pregnancy, but no longer delivering babies) & he referred me on to an OBGYN. I have to wait until the 8/1 before the practice reopens after the holidays to see about getting in with her. It’s still reasonably early & I don’t think any complications I have previously experienced will be an issue in the next few weeks. It just feels like it takes forever!! Haha
Posted 03 January 2019 - 04:45 PM
I’m starting to feel like no one is coming to join us . I know there were lots that joined July because August didn’t open for ages.
Posted 03 January 2019 - 08:45 PM
Hi I’m tentatively joining, I got my BFP a month ago but digital tests told me the pregnancy wasn’t progressing ... went for a scan today thinking I’d get the bad news but nope there was a HB!
Anyway things are still a bit uncertain as my dates are nearly a week out from the scans but I’m now feeling a bit better about it all. I’m unsure on EDD at this stage, LMP, when I actually O’d and today’s scan all give me different dates but it should be mid August if things continue to progress.
Posted 04 January 2019 - 09:31 PM
Hey all. I’m due Aug 5th with my third. An unexpected pregnancy that I still haven’t got my head around. Made a little harder because the hyperemesis has already set in... ☹️
I’m looking forward to hearing others excitement and hoping I pick up a bit of it along the way!
Posted 05 January 2019 - 12:33 PM
ChilliDog- my EDD changed from LMP to dating scan then changed again at 12 week scan with both previous pregnancies.
I’m expecting my EDD to change at dating scan as I was only on my second cycle since DD2. So I’m not 100% on cycle length.
Islander- this is also our 3rd and we are still both in shock! The girls took along tie to conceive so this was quite the surprise. Very happy but shocked/anxious/nervous especially about 3 so close together.
Posted 05 January 2019 - 08:24 PM
3rd child and unplanned here as well ... shock is an understatement.
Posted 07 January 2019 - 10:23 AM
I am due 22nd August with my miracle baby. We had it confirmed with bloods on Friday 21st December. HCG was 1879. We had a u/s on Thursday 3rd 7w0d. Length was 6.7mm and Hb was 118. I have been told so far that everything is as expected and going well. It is hard not to worry however. This is total miracle suprise after TTC since 2014 and numerous AC procedures and 4 rounds of unsuccessful IVF. We have just been focusing on health and weight etc before planning to go to the bulk billing IVF as we have used all our savings.
Anyway I have to call my FS office today for an appointment as they re-open today.
I am still in shock that this happened. I pray with every fibre of my being that it all goes well. This is my first pregnancy ever.
Symptoms are just feeling generally exhausted, nausea on and off throughout the day (no vomiting) , sore breasts, bleeding gums.
Anyway hope to chat more. Good luck everyone else!!
Posted 09 January 2019 - 04:51 AM
Welcome everyone!! Glad to see some more joining here.
That may explain it @itiscomplicated. I kept coming back to see if the group had opened for a few weeks but never thought to jump into July & see what was happening then!
Posted 09 January 2019 - 08:54 AM
ItIsCkmplicated my other 2 are both boys aged 2 and 4 so not a big gap but we had decided we were done at 2 kids ... I’d been at hubby to get the snip for 1.5years 🥴
Congrats Laurie03, that’s wonderful news!!!
Posted 10 January 2019 - 06:08 AM
Haha ChilliDog! My husband had been meaning to get the snip for ages too...
And a huge congratulations to you Laurie03. Incredible news!
Posted Today, 09:28 AM
Is the fb group open yet?
This is baby number 5 for me. I’m high risk after losing my youngest daughter at 35 weeks, 9 months ago.
Wishing everyone a smooth pregnancy ❤️
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