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Thread: Is it bad that I'm so PO'd??
July 10th, 2012 12:14 AM #11Senior Member
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- Southern PA
Oh my goodness, that sounds even more uncomfortable! I hope that was towards the beginning of your pregnancy!
July 10th, 2012 08:11 AM #13
PS I had a major stomach op when 13 weeks pregnant so I was happy to reach 38 weeks but I didn't appreciate the heatwave. But remember we girls are strong, we survive, so you will be okay, and I can't wait to read about it in the Birth Announcements.
Mother to Miles and Jacquelyn, and Nanny to five grandchildren
July 10th, 2012 08:19 AM #15
Bet you're glad the heat has broken.
Best of luck with the birth, can't wait to read the birth announcement!Current favourite boy names: Cormac Flynn Nathaniel (Nate) Oliver Alexander Henry Liam Hugo Isaac Leo Micah Bennett Nikolai Reid Edward nn Ned Gus Tobias Austin
Current favourite girl names: Phoebe Kiara Skye Matilda Charlotte Eliza Violet Annabelle Ruby Cleo Rose Kate Felicity Grace Seraphine Jade Eloise Belle
July 10th, 2012 01:21 PM #17Senior Member
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I hope your little one decides to make an appearance soon! I remember this time last year I was in exactly the same position and I was desperate for relief. I was miserable and begging my boys to come out and I didn't even have other kids to take care of! I honestly couldn't say which was worst: the last 3 weeks of pregnancy or the actual labor. The doctors could tell that I was so desparate that they tried to stimulate labor for me (not induction but a swipe) and that didn't work. I remember standing in the shower, literally crying, hoping it would all be over soon. I am so empathetic for you. I remember the sense of relief when my induction was scheduled. Knowing there was a definite end was SO helpful. (I must have relaxed after that because they decided to come on their own the day after we got the appointment.) Hang in there. I know it doesn't feel like it now, but soon it will all be a distant memory and you'll have your little one in your arms!Mama to twin boys Oliver Graham and Luke Axel