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"trying4#2inMD" wrote:

Since I really respect you girls, I was wondering what you would do if you were in my position....

I go back to my OBGYN tomorrow as a followup to the $hit birth control pills (seasonique) that she had me try for three months to control my increasing ovulation/period pain.

Those pills suck! I spent the entire second pack bleeding everyday like a real period.. yuk! I gained 10lbs in two months!! I am just now starting to shed some of it, but omgoodness... She mentioned to me that the next step (she suspects I have endo) is to do an exploratory lap. I am scared what they might find (ovarian cancer). I have about one week out of each month that I am not in pain. Some days it is tolerable, some days I need lots of motrin. I have also been having digestive trouble lately (which I have NEVER had in my entire life). I feel like my body is falling apart, and I am only 34 Sad It is so depressing to know that there is so many things popping up all of a sudden. My undiagnosed tail bone pain, my horrible high cholesterol, I am covered in lumps/bumps under my skin (dr. thinks they are harmless fatty tumors), my female problems.

Add to all this, I get SEVERELY depressed the week starting with ovulation. One day about three/four days before my period I was driving home and had the scary thought that life would be so much easier if I just wasn't here anymore Sad I envisioned driving off the road and crashing. I scared the CRAP out of my self. This is has been going on since Allie was about two and my OBGYN knows about it. She has been trying to get me on BC pills because of this since then and I refused.

Also, my left breast is freaking me out, it hurts most of the time, sort of an achy feeling that won't go away. My dad was adopted and never knew his real parents. I was talking to my adopted granddad the other day and asked him if he ever knew his adopted mom/dad. He said he knew of her in the area and that she went to the same social functions that he did for years (VFW, American Legion, etc.). I asked if she was still living and he said no, she passed away a very long time ago. Of what I asked? Breast Cancer he said. OMG.. Knowing that, would you ask for genetic testing for the BC genes? I know that they can be passed on from your fathers side.

Sorry for the rant.. having a bad day Sad

Wow girl...
#1 you need a new gyno (fresh set of eyes and a 2nd opinion)
#2 you need to see someone Re: the depression maybe it's time to take something to take the edge off
#3 i'm so sorry your having so many issues Sad (hug) but TRUST THIS this world would NEVER be ok without you! your children need their mom bottom line you just nip this in the bud ok!

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And agree with Kelly!

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"toothy35" wrote:

mel, i'm glad abs slept all night for you!!!!! and holy late night jax!!!!! yes that outfit is in the slideshow on the actual mj website........i showed danny and he loved it,too!!!!!! but i didn't even look to see how much it cost.....i'm positive it would be outragous, just because it is so outragously cute!!!!!!!!! and no , i didn't have to pay for jack.....i called.LOL!!!! abby did awesome!!!!!!!she had no clue what the movie was about, but she sat through it.....there was about 20 minutes left and she got antsy, and wanted to go to the bathroom....but i told her if we left we weren't coming back......and then she bonked jack on the head and woke him up.........but they did remarkably well.........we got lots of compliments when we left........it was weird.......so many older people in the theater at 1pm with no kids :/ i thought that was odd............but i don't get out much.......so maybe it's the in thing and i just have no clue!!!!! LOL!!!!!!!!

75% of that line sold out in less than an hour. A lot of the ladies on GF ended up cancelling their orders becuase they didn't end up with all the pieces. INSANE.

Do you have any idea what age they start charging for movies? Although, there is no way I could take Abs now, could have done it a couple of months ago and I should have when I had that opportunity.

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Julie and Kat - I'm sorry, I'm a dunce and don't remember. Do either of the boys have an official diagnosis? Or is it just general "speech delay?"

Having met Colby (Miles STILL talks about his friend that he saw airplanes with) I can say that he's a total sweetheart!!!

And I don't want to sound like I'm belittling your issues or anything, but we ALL have days that we just want to pack them up and send them off. So never EVER feel bad about that.

Glad the movies went well, Colleen!

Have fun packing Allie!

Hey, how you feeling today? Are you still sore?

"isisgoddess_1" wrote:

Mel- yea for Abs sleeping all night. Thanks for the words of wisdom. I helps me to know what someone else has gone through and that it gets better.

Colleen- sounds like they did really well. I want to take the kids when Cars 2 comes out. Nice to know it isnt all families at the noon shows. Weird.

Allie- thats great you got some sleep. Hope yoi dont have too much to pack and clean.

How's the 'looking' going on FMC? Were my purchasing instructions understandable?

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Here's hoping today is a good day for your little guys!

I put a pair of jeans on Ella this morning and I think she is outgrowing them...first time in 6 mths! Yahoo

:woohoo: Grow little girl, grow!!!! BTW, Abs has an adorable PnC on today--18M. The pants are a little baggy, the top fits great. I got it at a CS, so I'm sure it's been dried and shrunk.

Shannon, I have to tell you. When I was your age I felt the same way, not the same ailments, just a general feeling of my body falling apart. It sounds like you have some classic endo happening and you should probably get to the bottom of that. three things regarding the breast issue. (I had to give you a number, because I'd forget something.) 1. typically, the beginning stages of breast cancer are NOT painful, even a found lump is usually not tender. Women do not get a breast cancer dx because they went in complaining of achey breasts. (not saying never just sayin it's atypical) 2. I would be more apt to think that your breast tenderness has more to do with a hormone imbalace related to the endo. All that said, since you do not have a complete family history I would be diligent about self exams, base line mamo at 40 etc. 3. I've not heard that breast cancer is passed on from the father????? I've heard that you have to look at ANY woman in your family mother, sister, grandmother (either paternal or maternal) And just because you have NO family history doesn't even mean anything. What's the stat? 1 in 10 women will be dx'd with absolutely ZERO family history.

Karrie. Wow, just Wow. You are my newest mom hero.

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Kelly, are you getting excited?

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karrie, can you try giving joey lactaid??? sarah's bff just developed an intolerance to dairy......always having belly aches, too........and she started taking lactaid and is just fine now......just a thought......it is otc.

shannon........i don't know much about endo.....but do you NEED to be on bc pills?? and have you had a mamogram? (coming from someone who still hasn't....but that's because i've been pregnant and bfeeding or ttc for the last 6 yrs......LOL) but my doc requires a mamogram at 35 for baseline....the one thing i have heard with all the women i know that have had breast cancer, is they had NO pain before diagnosis.......so in this case, maybe pain is a good symptom!! but the thing that scared me the most , again , i know nothing about it is your deep depression that you get into.........that would be the first thing i would look into......having suicidal thoughts is downright scary.......i think i would have called my doc immediately, and for those that know me........for me to call the doc.....it's got to be bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i'm so sorry you are living in such pain...physically and mentally!!!!

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I just have to say I appreciate and treasure each one of you amazing moms. I have learned so much from you all over the past 4 years.

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Shannon, just one thing I forgot. Depression HURTS physically. Yes, you have some real issues that do cause physical pain, but depression exacerbates all of that. I agree with everyone else. You need to get help for the depression FIRST.

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kelly.......me too!!!!!!!

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"luangwa" wrote:

Shannon, just one thing I forgot. Depression HURTS physically. Yes, you have some real issues that do cause physical pain, but depression exacerbates all of that. I agree with everyone else. You need to get help for the depression FIRST.

Yes, most definitely.

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"chefkel" wrote:

I just have to say I appreciate and treasure each one of you amazing moms. I have learned so much from you all over the past 4 years.

Ditto this and right back at you. You are just as much a valuable part of our board. We are a group and the group only 'works' because of each individual personality here!!!!!!!

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Excitied - YES!!

Starting to pack today Dirol bring on the magic baby!

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Mel, that is so sweet how Jax plays with that little girl. :biglove:

Julie, I love that open mouth kiss/eat your face stage!!!

"luangwa" wrote:

Yep Julie, I remember days like that. And for us, being sick, over tired, hungry, over excited, or over stimulated would set him off in the blink of an eye. I once told DH that I felt as if my parenting was being directed by a little terrorist. It got to the point that I would wonder what to offer him for lunch, I waited for 'perfect' opportunities to change activities, I gave him a verbal itinerary of all that was planned each day and I repeated it to the air and abigail and myself several times throughout the day just so there would be no surpises. I literally second guessed every move and wondered if/how something would set him off. It wasw quite ridiculous.

Wow, this is it exactly! Thank God we are past this but that is exactly how it was...exactly.

Yay Ella!! Way to grow!!

:bigarmhug: Shannon. You must get the depression taken care of. I completely agree with what Kelly said.

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Karrie, I was going to suggest lactaid as well.

I am almost embarrassed to admit this. I bought more MJ last night.

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"chefkel" wrote:

I just have to say I appreciate and treasure each one of you amazing moms. I have learned so much from you all over the past 4 years.

Exactly!!!

And I forgot to quote Mel, but ITA that depression DOES hurt...there's even a commerical now for some AD that states that! Shannon :bigarmhug: First off, go on AD's, you HAVE to, you just have to. I've struggled with depression my whole life, been on every older AD out there, but have been off them for almost 2 years now...but will go back when I know I need to. Treat that first, and then immediately after, take care of the rest of yourself, you HAVE TO. And yeah, are the BC's totally necessary?? For genetic testing, I have a friend who had all of her aunts die from breast cancer, her mom passed away when she was younger from something else, but it was probably certain it might have come to that. Insurance would not pay for her testing, and genetic testing is extremely expensive (eta- I think with her insurance, there could only be 1 degree of separation as far as the cancer). When we were looking into it because of all the early m/c's when TTC Colby and Daphne, it was absolutely undoable, and that was with insurance possibly paying. I'm not discouraging that, just check everything out before you do it. I just think first and foremost, you have to get the depression under control, and I bet other issues might lessen or even disappear. Hang in there girl! :bigarmhug:

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I knew you guys were awesome... I am fighting back tears here...

Kelly - I totally agree about the new gyno.. I am going to see what she says tomorrow. I also agree about the depression. Unfortuntely, I really notice it (more so then people who are depressed 24/7, I just don't think a lot of those people realize it, KWIM?) because for a week or so out of every month I am completely "normal". No pain, no crazy thoughts, no sadness, etc, etc. Because I "come out" of this funk every month I can step back and say.. wow.. I feel great now, but I dread the next week.

Candace - I am going to ask about the BRCA gene testing and consider it if it is offered to me. I know NO history of my paternal side (other than that little bomb my GF dropped on me). I inherited the cholesterol crap from my dad, why not some other defective gene.. I am very close to JH, I hope I don't have to go there to get testing though (horrible neighboorhood and parking!)

Mel - I feel I can relate to you the most out of everyone, I just love your outlook on things and I love a straight shooter who tells it like it is Wink I have heard the same thing about no pain is a bad thing. When you have something hurting all the time (whether it is your @ss (tailbone, lol), your boob, your ovaries, your back) it is sooooo hard to ignore. And you know my thoughts on my crazy high cholesterol :-(..

Colleen -- The crazy thing is that I did go to the doctor that very next day, and they gave me valium... yeah.. how am I supposed to function on that stuff? lol. That is why my OB wants me on BC, since it seems to be hormonal in nature (I think it is called PMDS?). The BC made it worse and I physically felt like I was filling up like a balloon with fluid.

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"luangwa" wrote:

I am almost embarrassed to admit this. I bought more MJ last night.

lol you cant hide this! What'd you get???

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All this disney talk is making me want to go back Smile We went when Kayla was 4 and it was a blast. Allie was only 6 months and that part was hard, but totally worth it!

We went to Disney World though.. not land.

So Kelly is going to "land" and Peg is in "World"?

Have a blast guys!

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So Mel... I know about your clothes obsession.. but what about shoes? Smile I love me some Pedi Ped.. I bought these for Allie and she LOVE them..

http://www.pediped.com/Products/Flex-br-Lulu---Silver__RS1355.aspx

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ROFL Shoes. I'm totally opposite when it comes to shoes, except with Jax. That boy has TOO MANY SHOES.

I love those pedi peds. You would be amazed at how silver shoes go with almost everything.

Oddly, Abigail is barefoot most of the time. She won't leave her shoes on, even as a new infant she rubbed her feet together until she popped those suckers off. AND if you had been lurking in the original crown seeker thread, then you HAVE to be laughing your butt off about that. Jax was never without a pair of shoes on his feet.

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I just got 3 Hammond Bay pieces, and wait for it......NOT ruffles or a knot dress. :eek:

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Ok, I have a guess, but I'm not sticking my neck out to end up looking like a moron.

Splain yourself Jordan.

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"luangwa" wrote:

ROFL Shoes. I'm totally opposite when it comes to shoes, except with Jax. That boy has TOO MANY SHOES.

I love those pedi peds. You would be amazed at how silver shoes go with almost everything.

Oddly, Abigail is barefoot most of the time. She won't leave her shoes on, even as a new infant she rubbed her feet together until she popped those suckers off. AND if you had been lurking in the original crown seeker thread, then you HAVE to be laughing your butt off about that. Jax was never without a pair of shoes on his feet.

ROFL

Cute Jordan! lol

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It's prolly exactly what you think, lol. Just me being cheeky. Smile

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ROFL thought so.

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25 minutes and he still wont eat the flinstone vitamin.. what kid doesnt like "candy" MINE

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JEALOUS
Typed in green. Green with envy.

Never heard back on the gray striped straighties. Boo.

Shannon, I'm glad you posted to give us something new to talk about. Smile
Seriously, didn't it just make it a little bit better to write it down. Therapeutic.

Karrie, girl, :udawoman: - there was something else I was gonna say, but don't remember.

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Abigail has moved into that stage where she no longer automatically drops to her knees to crawl because she 'forgets' she knows how to walk. Remember that stage?

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Who here has a sit and stand? I sold my Babytrend double jogger yesterday (in 30 min no less!) cause I use our bike trailer more than anything when going places. But for just heading to the park and back I'm considering a S&S. (ahhh back in the day when that would mean stretch and sweep, lol!)

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"luangwa" wrote:

Karrie, I was going to suggest lactaid as well.

[COLOR=Red]I am almost embarrassed to admit this. I bought more MJ last night.[/COLOR]

eta- didn't want anyone to miss that!

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ROFL

And just real quick, thank you Karrie!!!!!!! See, that gives me LOTS of hope too!!!!

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:eek: I just got 2 pms from my 'pick a season ahead' sellers on GF. They are organizing fall/winter stuff before packing them up and will be sending me lists so that I can decide what I want for next year. Not buying yet, just shopping ahead so they can put them aside and not have to worry about listing them. It's a never ending circle in this house. :rolleyes:

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Who here has a sit and stand? I sold my Babytrend double jogger yesterday (in 30 min no less!) cause I use our bike trailer more than anything when going places. But for just heading to the park and back I'm considering a S&S. (ahhh back in the day when that would mean stretch and sweep, lol!)

ROFL

I want a joovy S&S, but don't have one. My 2 nieces in Omaha both have S&S, one has a Joovy and the other has a Babytrend. I've been advised NOT to get the babytrend, they said it tips over REAL easy.

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eta- didn't want anyone to miss that!

:fu2:

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25 minutes and he still wont eat the flinstone vitamin.. what kid doesnt like "candy" MINE

Like, he doesn't like all candy, or he knows the gig and doesn't think flintstones are candy??????

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Mel, waiting for pics or your new mj!!! We need the pics before the fashion show!

I have a S&S - I like it pretty good. Wish I had a trip stroller sometimes, though!

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Kelly Colby's a weirdo too...stopped at a quick shop to get a soda after the doc yesterday and got him a pack of cookies because he was so good at the docs...didn't want them, put one in his mouth, spit it out, said blech and handed them back to me. So he's why I'm fat, I need to eat his cookies. ROFL

We have the Joovy sit and stand...wait, I think that's what it is...yeah, the one I waited 3 months for because I bought it for the ridiculously cheap price of $279...it's the kind where you can put the car seat on it while the other child sits, then when the car seat is done, there's a seat there and a platform to stand on...that's a SS right?

Yes Mel, WHAT did you forget to tell us you bought!!!!!!!!

Kelly are you soooooooooooo excited!!!!!!!!!!

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Just the Sprite leggings

The Pearl lap dress

And this knot TOP, not a dress!!!!!
The Skye knot top is the one on the right with the blue apron

Here's a pic of the skye with the pearl dress

Apparently the sprite leggings and the Pearl lap dress are 2 must have peices because they coordinate with almost every artfair dress out there. :rolleyes:

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like he has never had candy AT ALL and won't try it.. he wont eat cake or cupcake or anything sweet.. I have tried at birthday parties to give him a bite but he WILL NOT eat it. Normally I don't count this as a fault but when im trying to give him a TINY vitamin he is crying and putting up a huge fight over it.

if only vitamins came in a salt form like a chip or pretzel .. we'd be golden!

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WhAT IF IT WAS A SOUR VITAMIN? damn cap locks I think I remembered seeing sour gummy vites. ????????

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20 mins until I leave to get Jax. Just thought I'd mention that incase anyone was wondering if I was going to forget him today as well.

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Havent finished catching up but had to say something.

Karrie- weird you mentioned that about the milk. When Josh was ayear he had trouble with the milk. We had to give him Lactaid. Now he is back on regular milk. How weird.

Candace- yes he is having issues eating at home still. He started reating a couple new things but we are back to the same crap.

Mel- the instructions were totally understandable. Thabks. He has me on lock down wirh buying new things right now but I saw some things I have fallen in love with ob FMC.

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Wow Kelly. I wish I didn't like sweet things. I have seen the sour gummy vitamins too, have you tried those?

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Just wantedd to mention I love our babytrend s&s.

I'm on my phone in class lurking.

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Kat, you must SHARE what you fell in love with!!!!! I like seeing other people's tastes.

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Just jumping in because I noticed you mentioned children's vitamins. I haven't given my children any vitamins - I always thought they were not a good idea because they are synthetic. Thoughts?

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my kids have been on vitamins since birth basically......trivisol.........*knocks on wood*......my kids are healthy!!!!!!!! i'm a firm believer in vitamins.......i still take my prenatals!!!!!!!!!!!

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Belle takes a Flintstone.

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Owen has only recently decided he hates TriVolsol.. (it is pretty gross) but until now he has willingly taken it.
I thought trying chewable would be better since he is a big kid.

Everly is not on any yet.. I will ask at her 9month appt.

I take a prenatal, B12,Vit D daily

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Josh wont take the flinston ones either. I have to give him the drops because he eats so bad. It is a fight to get him to take it. He doesnt like sweet stuff either.

Mel- I didnt think anyone would want to see what I found. Some is pretty plain. I am on my phone. I.will post when I am on the computer.

Shannon- I totally agree with everyone. And you should see someobe. I am one three different mess myself right now. I used to feel just like you were mentioning. It is important to yourself and your family that you take care of that. You dont deserve to feel like you do. And I also think you should find a new ob.

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love the new siggy karina!!!!!!!!!

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Kat, of course we want to see the clothes you like!

Hi Kerri :wavehello:

Hey Julie, I was wondering - did the probiotic help Colby's behavior and sleep? I never ordered anymore for Ella and I really need to. HER behavior (super hyper) and sleep (crazy patterns) are all jacked up right now. Two days ago the only thing she ate was yogurt though, and I was wondering if she had an overload of probiotic (in the Activia?) ... anyway..

Oh, and speaking of that, yeah, I think a lot of her spitting out food is texture. But she CAN chew and swallow when she feels like it...that is the frustrating part. And Emily, I don't think there's enough research regarding outgrowing FPIES -- it seems like there is *just now* an abundance of kids with the FPIES diagnosis and they'll (the doctors) have to watch this cohort of kids to get a better understanding. But they did tell us she would outgrow it by three...here's hoping!

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