Today I've decided to start a blog about my pregnancy. Wow, it's so interesting to even say MY Pregnancy. I have a 7 year old daughter and two step daughters age 4 and 2. My significant other and I had been talking about having a baby together, something we both could share. Then we decided we'd try. After about 5 months of no success, we decided to stop thinking about it. I stop keeping the ovulation tracker but I never stopped documenting my menstrual cycles. So when it was time for my cycle to come this month, it didn't show.
Hi! I have looked through the multitude of questions, but have found none quite like my own. I have recently found out that I am 9 weeks pregnant. I asked my doctor about diet and exercise (I am in good shape and exercise a lot) to which his response was to change nothing.
I am not the healthiest eater but I'm thin. I go to websites and friends and all I hear are "the first trimester is the most critical, make sure you're..." from eating more frequent healthy snacks, to slowing my exercise, to no heavy lifting. I just don't know where to begin.
I've been told I have a uterine septum. I'm about 9 weeks pregnant and had first ultrasound at 7 weeks and 4 days. We saw a good yolk sac and a little bean with a heartbeat. My doctor did not seem to be to worried about it and said most of the time the septum gets shoved out of the way.
What is your opinion on this issue?
Is it safe to take Zantac150 during pregnancy?
I am only a little over 4 weeks. Why do I feel so bloated? I did not feel this way during my first pregnancy. Is this normal?
Here I am at 8 weeks and the sickness has kicked in full force. What is really difficult, is trying to manage the sickness and fatigue while still taking care of 3yr old twins and an 8 month old baby. Exhausting doesn't seem like a good descriptive! My husband is a teacher so he's back to school this week. Now I'm really on my own. I think the worst part is the guilt of not being able to give the twins and baby my full attention and myself at best...with energy and a willingness to play, teach and enjoy my kids. All I want to do is sleep or cocoon myself on the couch!
There's so much joy in finding out you're pregnant. You're overflowing with excitement and you can't stop telling everyone.
well my first blog ever. cool... well im going to consider this like a journal in which many of them i keep.Im 22 years old,i live in pennsauken NJ which is 10 mins from philly where igrew up. um its looking like it doesnt correct my grammer on here so excuse the lower case i's and lack of periods.ha no pun intened.nyways this is my second pregnancy, my first child who i concieve 1 yr ago passed away when i was 18months pregnant. it was devastating. i am young but i knew from then on that this is what i wanted in life.