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  • lkeim lkeim's Avatar 12-20-05 | 04:10 PM
  • Hey Bonnie, I got horrible stomach aches in the beginning too and viola! It was gas. I thought for sure something was wrong but I just figured out what not to eat (mostly certain veggies) and it got better. If it continues you can ask your Dr. for something. My Dr. said no weights, just walking in the beginning. Obviously now I don't do anything but I think every Dr. is different. Anyway, it's natural to worry but around 28/29 weeks you'll start to relax and even start smiling more. When you get your first u/s you'll feel a lot better too. Hang in there! Leslie
  • bonnie bonnie's Avatar 12-22-05 | 12:49 PM
  • Hi Girls, I got good news last beta came in at 16,092!!!! (23 days post "ovulation")....I'm feeling much more confident now....
  • JagsAli JagsAli's Avatar 12-22-05 | 12:51 PM
  • Wow that is awesome, so you are REALLY pregnant...hopefully now you will be able to find some peace. When is your u/s to see how many you are having???
  • jjello 12-22-05 | 12:59 PM
  • Bonnie that's fabulous! Hope you can now relax a bit and enjoy your pregnancy, although I'm learning that it seems like there's always something to think about no matter what!
  • lkeim lkeim's Avatar 12-22-05 | 01:12 PM
  • Holy big beta Bonnie! That's amazing. You must be on cloud nine. That's just great news. Leslie

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