Well, I've gotten fetal heart tones a few time with the doppler now. I'm not a huge advocate of regular home doppler use, but when you can't eat or drink some reassurance that everything is going well is so helpful.
My husband, me, the kids (hopefully - last time my dad couldn't get them back inside from playing outside quickly enough to see their sister be born), my mom, my dad (again, hopefully!), my midwife, and assistant (again, hopefully - the assistant didn't make it in time last time). Oh and my midwife is precepting a lot of students (3 CPMs and 2 CNMs including myself) so there may be some students, as well...
CookAMH, one of the herbal supplement I take (Morning Ease) has milk thistle. I'm hoping to get on top of things and the use the complimentary/ alternative stuff to stay in top of it.
Mrsandmrs, I would go through 12 pills in 4 "good" days - my current script is written for 60 pills, plus I have 1 injection left.
I'm a vegetarian, too! With my own chickens, too!
During my first 2 pregnancies I was open to and did eat meat when I craved it. With my 3rd , I never ate any meat. Anecdotally, she was my biggest baby at 9lbs 1oz. Her brothers were 7lbs 15oz and 8lbs 2oz.
Right now, I am struggling with hyperemisis, so I definitely get you all on the food aversions.
Strikes again! I had it with my last pregnancy (but not the first two). After a couple days of not keeping anything down, not urinating in 24 hours, finally peeing ketones, and losing 4lbs, I decided something had to be done.
I ended up getting 2 bags of fluids today and zofran IV. I've got some oral zofran now, and some colace to compliment its other effects :/
I'm finally eating and drinking again!
Luckily, we managed it all in the comfort of the...
Late, as usual, but I found my way here. Our 4th baby is due September 25th (the day before my youngest's birthday)! I had an ultrasound Wednesday and saw 1 baby, measuring 6w4d with HR 134.
I'm excited to share this journey with you all!