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  • preggygrammy 10-11-10 | 05:09 PM
  • Congrats on your little surprise. I feel bloated too, I don't recall feeling this bloated with my last pregnancies. I hear nausea starts after 6 or 7wks. Be glad your u/s is a a few weeks away. I've learned the hard way having one too soon can be stressfull due to the fact that only the sac can be seen. Now I'm having to wait for the next one for better news.
  • babybob 10-12-10 | 02:47 AM
  • hi im due the 29th may....we had been trying for about 6 months, about a 2 weeks before my period was due i was running to the toilet alot and was constantly tired and my husband said are u pregnant, i said it was too early to tell so about 4 days before my period was due i got a test, there was the faintest of lines so i said i would do another one the day it was due and sure enough there was a bold pink line....since then im tired, sicky and very tender breasts, im still waiting for the midwife to get in touch with me but the surgery said it probably wouldnt be until i was about 10 weeks.
  • Doctee 10-12-10 | 11:05 AM
  • I'm due May 30th. My 1st ultrasound is the last week in Oct. I took my test 4 days after my missed period, but I tell ya I noticed some changes with my body about a week and a half before my period was due, but the pregnancy was definitely a surprise...
  • AngieP1982 10-30-10 | 03:28 PM
  • Congratulations to you! I'm due April 21st and had all the same symptoms up until about three weeks ago! I was absolutely miserable! I hope if you haven't, you get relief soon! It's amazing how something so tiny can make us so incredibly uncomfortable, lol! But it will all be worth it! Good luck to you!

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