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Re: Antigone Procreating [Clicker Discretion is Advised] [Re: Miranda] #425129
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Originally Posted By: Miranda


This is the best I can do with this. Because babies, pregnancy etc.. ugh, just uh, no. But you go on.



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Congratulations on your sweet little blessing on the way!!!!! Sooooo happy for you and the journey that has begun!!


Miranda, that sums up my view of pregnancy, lol. AR, good thoughts coming your way that your experience will be the kind that makes a Hallmark card. smile

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Wishing you all the joy in the world.

Sense of smell is absolutely tied to pregnancy (presumably to protect the baby). Pretty much all of the professional taste testers in the food industry are women who have been pregnant, because they are the only ones whose sense of smell is sufficiently sensitive.


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Congratulations AR - wonderful news!

It is natural to have anxiety if you have had a miscarriage previously. Hopefully this will turn out differently than that did.


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Big congrats, AR! Happy news, indeed!


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Congrats! Fantastic news!

Take it one day at a time and celebrate the small stuff. Sometimes that means keep food down during the throes of morning sickness!

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Thanks, everyone!!!

My due date is Valentine's Day.

I forgot one of my symptoms: HOT! HOT HOT HOT! For a while, I thought everyone's air conditioning was on the fritz. Turns out, it's just me.

I've discovered the hot/cold, which is just bizarre. My husband says, "Are you cold?" I reply, "Yes." He tries to put a blanket on me, and I stop him. He asks, "Why don't you want the blanket?" I say, "Because I'm hot." He says, "I thought you were cold." I say, "I am. I'm both. It's the hot/cold at the same time. Understand?" He says, "No."


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Lol. I understand the hot/cold!!! I have that all the time!!


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Originally Posted By: Miranda
Lol. I understand the hot/cold!!! I have that all the time!!


Aha! Aha! I AM NOT ALONE!


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Congratulations, AR!

I waited until I was older because I wasn't sure I wanted children. My first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage.

I went on to have two children. There is nothing on earth like the bond between a parent and child, and nothing on earth like the bond between the two parents of a child.

The bond with my partner over the kids was what I missed most when we divorced. I had the same bond with the father of my step-kids, and miss it now that he's gone.

Take prenatal vitamins, don't smoke or drink a lot of coffee, and don't stress out.

I can relate to the tiredness the first 3 months. I was exhausted. Everything smelled horrible, things tasted strange, and I was nauseated. My breasts hurt, too.

This news is really exciting and I'm sure you'll do fine.


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Congrats

I just looked up the stats on first time pregnancies and miscarriages and as I suspected it is a lot higher than most people think.
Also I wonder how many go unreported which might make the stats even higher.
I know that before my two children were born my ex miscarried and it was quite traumatic.

However all that being said this sounds very exciting!!
I am so happy for you and this is great news!!
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Originally Posted By: believer
I waited until I was older because I wasn't sure I wanted children. My first pregnancy ended in a miscarriage.


When I was younger, I was pretty certain that I didn't want to have children. As I got older, I knew I would have them only under certain conditions. I will not bring an innocent child into a life like the one I lived.

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There is nothing on earth like the bond between a parent and child, and nothing on earth like the bond between the two parents of a child.


I think it has a lot of positives. It also has a lot of negatives and struggles. Just like all family relationships. It's worth it to me, because I want to have a family that includes a human child. Sure, I have a family now, but my kids currently all have paws.

I'm excited, and I'm scared. I think that's normal, though.

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Take prenatal vitamins, don't smoke or drink a lot of coffee, and don't stress out.


I've cut the caffeine, although I was never a big coffee drinker. I drink drank a lot of the Divine Elixir (Diet Coke, etc). I did a farewell post to it on my FB wall last week.

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This news is really exciting and I'm sure you'll do fine.


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Originally Posted By: Rich57
I just looked up the stats on first time pregnancies and miscarriages and as I suspected it is a lot higher than most people think.
Also I wonder how many go unreported which might make the stats even higher.


It's quite high, and a lot of them aren't even noticed, let alone reported. Quite often the genetic fusion that happens during conception goes badly awry, and the body has a system for spontaneously aborting (the medical term for miscarriage) the unviable zygote. (Sometimes it fails, but mostly it doesn't.) This generally happens pretty quickly, so women just think their period was a few days late or extra heavy.


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I know that before my two children were born my ex miscarried and it was quite traumatic.


I think it is very traumatic for those who want to have a baby.


Originally Posted By: Rich57
However all that being said this sounds very exciting!!
I am so happy for you and this is great news!!
smile smile smile



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Congratulations AR I'm so happy for you! I'm glad to hear you excited too :-)


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I am incredibly happy for you, AR!


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A lot has happened since I last posted.

The totally misnamed "morning sickness" has hit me like a ton of bricks. (Seriously, what moron named it as if it happens only in the morning?!) It's so bad that my OB has given me medication for it.

Reminiscent of my first pregnancy, I've begun to have my ocular migraines on a much more frequent basis. I had 2 in 4 days. That's not a small deal, since they leave white matter lesions on your brain.

Last week, I had a major miscarriage scare with serious bleeding and passing tissue. In fact, when I got to the Dr, I was surprised that they found the embryo, gestational sac, and yolk sac intact. Embryo had a good heartbeat. I had a follow-up yesterday, and everything is looking good.

Then, I came home. It was over 100 yesterday, and I was really affected by that. I laid down and took a nap. I woke up with severe lower GI pain, cold sweats, and shakes. I headed toward the bathroom...where I passed out and hit my head on the tile. dunno I then became aware that I was moving my torso up and down against the tile, almost like convulsions.

There hardly seems to be a symptom that I do not have.

1.) I'm nauseous all the time.
2.) I can barely find food that I can stand to look at, let alone consume.
3.) I can barely stay awake.
4.) My boobs HURT. Sore all the time, and with occasional random, shooting pains. Oh, and they itch.
5.) I'm always feeling overheated - like hot flashes.
6.) I get frequent migraines.
7.) Random tweaks in my abdomen where things are apparently moving around. I've come to find out that pregnancy causes your internal organs to relocate all over the place. Apparently, so do the bones in your pelvis.
8.) The skin on my stomach itches.
9.) My vision has blurred, they say this is due to the extra blood and blood flow.
10.) My feet are usually swollen.
11.) I constantly have to pee.
12.) Faintness, Dizziness
13.) Vivid and bizarre dreams

And I'm sure there's actually more. I look up each symptom that presents and, viola, it's always normal. It's normal to have it. It's normal not to. Everything seems to always be normal. Everything. I'm starting to think that I could literally grow a second HEAD, look it up, and find out that it is perfectly freaking normal.

But - my little embryo is still in there with a heart rate of 173. My H says that since it's half Indian, it is stubborn and tenacious. smile Soon, we should graduate to the fetus stage. The tail is already gone.

So, that's my update.

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Oh AR

I'm SO sorry this is proving to be so difficult for you.

Sending you much love and peaceful energies.


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Oh man, the 24-hr morning sickness sucks! My best advice is to try anything and everything that worked for someone somewhere. A few hours in a row of relief can make a big difference in how you feel overall.

About the heat.... crank up the a/c. If anyone complains, make them watch the sequel to Father of the Bride with Steve Martin where the mom and daughter were both pregnant and in shorts while he was dressed for thw Antarctic. Lol!

Although dizziness and fainting may be normal for some people, hitting your head on tile is not! That's what I'm most concerned about.

Ok, so hotter than the dickens, terrible morning sickness, migraines, 173 heartbeat... may I be the first to predict a girl? angel popcorn

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AR so sorry you are suffering. My own pregnancy was not like that all and I really feel for you.


Hang in there! Baby makes it worth it. smile

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So sorry you are suffering.
How is H supporting you? Is he sympathetic and considerate?


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I'm so sorry to hear you are feeling quite miserable. I had horrible morning sickness to the point that my migraines would get out of control and then I would start vomiting. I lost weight my first 3-4 months of my pregnancies. My OB had to put me on medication to stop me from vomiting. I'm not sure if this is part of an issue for you. It was the longest 9 months of my life because it was 24/7.

I would recommend freezing Powerade or Gatorade and forming that into ice chips. Can you keep crackers down? Are you craving anything odd or unusual that you can keep down?

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Well, let's be honest. At the best of times, pregnancy is difficult. It's not like you see women running around declaring, "I wish I could be pregnant again. It was so fun! If only I didn't have more kids at the end, I'd spend all my time pregnant!" lol No, we go through it when we determine that the end result is worth it.



The positive, peaceful thoughts are helpful and encouraging through it all.

The hitting my head part is the most concerning. They are running blood tests (took like 6 vials). However, the OB says that I do not look anemic (most common cause of fainting). I am supposed to graze like a cow rather than eat meals, as that should help keep my blood sugar stable (the operating hypothesis at the moment).

I had another migraine (thankfully short, about an hour) tonight. That's 3 in a week. OB says they have other pain pills (besides Tylenol) that they can give me if I need them. It won't help, though. My migraines are not very painful at all. I have horrible neurological symptoms like the flashing lights, tunnel vision, difficulty recalling particular words, and numbness. I have far more pain with a tension headache. I'm now supposed to drink a caffeinated soda every day to help with these.

I've cranked the AC up (down?). I'm the only one affected right now, as my husband is in Tokyo. OB has advised me not to go out in the heat, so I'm trying to schedule dog walks around the hottest times of the day...and to keep the walks short.

LW, you'd officially be the first to make any prediction. Congrats. grin

Mr. AR is actually very supportive. He couldn't be better, really. He reminds me that it is ok to take it easy, and that I'm doing the hardest work. "Making a human isn't easy." When we had the miscarriage scare, he left work and took me to the OB. He was so relieved when they found the heartbeat that he cried...or as he puts it, it became so hot in the room that his eyes started sweating. He attended my appointment yesterday via video conference from Tokyo.

Of course, he is Indian, so he's already coming up with a savings plan for med school. He's researched the cost of the best ones... smirk

I do think that he's trying to take a bit much on himself. He tells me I can't do everything but, well, neither can he. (At least he's finally hired someone to mow the grass, which takes some work off of him.) He's read a good many books, and his mantra is, "No judgement." He actually read a paper on how to read ultrasounds, and he can now identify the gestational sac, yolk sac, and embryo on his own and point them out. He says, "There it is," before the doctor does! For me, it's still like trying to identify shapes in the clouds.

I already know that I won't go beyond my due date. One of the risks of my age is that the placenta function often deteriorates beyond 40 weeks and doesn't provide enough oxygen to the fetus. So, if I don't go into labor before my due date, they will induce me.

OB says that the growth rate, heart rate, etc are to the point that my miscarriage risk has dropped to 3-5%. In two weeks, I go in for the genetic testing. At that point, they can tell me the sex from the fetus's chromosomes. That's almost 100% accurate.

I have had to delay my classes until next term. I begin my new job on the last day of July, so I'm hoping the worst of the first trimester symptoms are over by then.

Crackers...no. I can do breads. Turkish pide seems to always work. Fruits are good, too. Cantaloupe is the most reliable, but I can do blueberries, grapes, cherries, honey dew, and some others. Low fat Greek yogurt with fruit and granola. Cold-cuts. Hummus. Baba ganoush. Most cooked foods are off the table. It really depends on the day and the meal, and I haven't had any bizarre cravings. Mostly, I don't even feel like eating. OB says I need to get some protein in each time I eat, so I've been trying to do that in creative ways.

I'm sticking with my prenatal vitamins, but it's hard. They have iron, which is important right now for placenta development. They exacerbate the nausea, though. I've switched to taking them at night and with some yogurt, and I can keep them down.

Needless to say, I have thrown out the meal plan that my nutritionist made for me. She meant well. The new meal plan is, "Can I even fathom eating that?" ROFL I figure I'm not chugging liquor, doing drugs, or eating old garbage, so beyond that it is what I can keep down.



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they make special prenatal vitamins to not cause nausea but the only thing I could keep down was flintstones. Bad I know but we all have limits. Your body will take whatever it needs that it doesn't get enough, like calcium, from your body, so I figured I could replenish after when baby was born. Humans have been surviving famine forever right?

Are you sensitive to light? A bunch of my coworkers sit in a dark area together to prevent migraines.


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And they said not to take iron with dairy because the calcium blocks iron absorption. Unless that's changed, I know lots of things do.


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