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Old 07-17-06, 10:03 AM
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I feel the same way. I get migraines a lot and take excedrine for it the first two weeks of the month, after O I try to stick to Tylenol when I can't just suck it up. I also drink mixed drinks and stuff the first two weeks, but not the last....it's all about balancing.
I am not a very athletic person, so I won't be doing a lot of exercizing during pregnancy, but I am trying to get into a walking routine that I hope to continue. I also do some leg lifts and stuff. Last time I got pg I was in about the same physical condition, slightly overweight, and because I started eating healthier for teh baby, I lost weight during the whole pregnancy even though Kim was growing at a steady rate. I was 2-3 pant sizes smaller after delivery than prepregnancy and only gained a total of 5 lbs over what I started out. I am kind of hoping something similar happens again, and maybe this time I can keep the weight off. It sure was nice having thin legs while it lasted.
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Old 07-18-06, 08:00 AM
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I mostly did stomach crunches before i was pregnant (had the nice cut stomach) and then when i found i was pregnant i lost weight i was 120 lbs and im 5'11, my sister told me i looked like a crack momma...lmao..i can laugh at that now because looking at pictures she was right! The last time I got weighed was 2 days before I had my son and i weighed 174lbs...now after having him Im 155-160 (which ever scale Im standing on) So Im hoping that when we have another one I dont go over 200lbs and not be able to lose it.
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Old 07-18-06, 11:57 AM
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it's implantation bleeding!
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Old 07-23-06, 09:44 PM
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Good Luck!!! When I'm in the 2WW, I am nearly dilussional with symptoms. I am never sure if I am having a cramp, tingling, soreness, nausea or imagining it as I hope for the best. My period comes on Wed/Thurs. so after that we are on for our first month of trying for baby #3! Wahoo!!
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