Welcome to baby Fiona with a giant omphalocele, 6/17/10!
Suppose it wouldn't hurt to also get the pastilles. I always have these around anyhow as they are handy for my son. That way, if you are in a position/feeling/place during labour where you really can't be sucking on a straw - you can have someone quickly pop one in your mouth as needed.
But really - id go with the drops first.
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Wife of 10 yrs to Oaties, Mama to Bubs 08/06/08, Rizie 04/19/10 & MRae 02/02/13 & to
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