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#91 of 829 Old 05-08-2014, 03:24 AM
 
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Sourire, definitely take some sennacot even if you are regular. I found that after my C-section it took awhile to get a bowel movement, I think I had one the day after likely do to my "regularness" and eating lots of fruits and vegetables once the babies were born. I think for the next week or so I used it to keep things moving because the muscles required to move the waste matter out weren't up to the job after being cut open on the c-section. Make sure you get up and walking after the c-section. I didn't as much as I should have and I think that slowed my healing.  I still get pains down below if I lift too much. Abdominal surgery is no joking matter.

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Liliana was born at 3:21am this morning! My water broke in a big deluge just after midnight, so DH and I packed up our stuff and headed for the hospital. On the way to the hospital I started having relatively painful contractions that were 5 minutes apart and 45 seconds long. When I got to the hospital I was 3cm dilated so they decided to do the C-section right away instead of waiting until morning. And now she's here! I'll try to post pics later.
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Forgot to mention - she's 7lbs 8oz and 18 inches long.

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Big congrats sourire!!!!!!!!!
How beautiful you are a mother and for mothers' day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!??????!joy.gif:joy:joy:joy:joy:joy:joy:joy:joy:joy
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CONGRATS SOURIRE!!!

This is SO deserved!!!!


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Congratulations sourire!


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Congrats Sourire! I'm glad your body was able to start the process on it's own and that she clearly announced she was ready to be born :)


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Congrats Sourire! Looking forward to her picture!

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Oh my goodness! Congratulations!! Love the name Liliana. Happy early mother's day to you!


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Yay, Sourire!!! So glad you at least got to start labor on your own terms, even if the ending wasn't quite your dream. Hope the surgery went well and your recovery is quick! Looking forward to pics, too.

 

Today must be a good day to be born - it's dh's birthday, and this is the 3rd baby I've heard of being born today!

 

AFM, counting down the hours till my ultrasound tomorrow! Can't wait to find out girl or boy, and hopefully that everything is looking good. Also, the ultrasound place called today and it looks like it's going to cost about $100 less than I was expecting, which is nice.


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Congrats @Sourire!!!! So glad she got to choose her birthday smile.gif

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And we are having...a surprise! Baby had his/her thighs squeezed tight shut! Two techs think *maybe* they saw girl parts, but neither seemed very certain. Baby was wiggly and looked good to me, but we'll have to wait a few days for the radiology report to know officially how babe's doing.

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Ah, monkeyscience, too bad the little one wouldn't open up their thighs for a full on view. I hope everything continues to go well for you.

 

AFM, I enjoyed my first official mother's day. DH thought it was weird but I really wanted the carnation that  the church hands out every year. I had been in the basement feeding my babies when the "Mother's Tribute" happened in church. One of my friends came down stairs  quite a bit later and asked me and another lady who was feeding her baby if we had gotten flowers. We hadn't so she went and got one for each of us. That flower handing out always made me a little sad before knowing that I wanted to be a mother, but biology hadn't worked with me to make it happen. I am still a little torn on recognition versus no recognition because I know there are other women like me who want babies so bad, but haven't yet been able to have them.

 

DH took took me and the boys out to eat breakfast and bought me a sweet card with magnets in it to hang pictures on the refrigerator. DH has been wanting to make the refrigerator more "ours" than mine and I had lots of photos of my family on it before.  Now it can have pictures of "our" family on it.


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Sourire! Congratulations! I am so happy for you! :energy:energy:energy


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Sourire: congrats!!!! I love the name too!

Mo: welcome. I am so happy to see you here.

I am just popping in once in a while now. Although I think of you all often, especially those still struggling. It is so nice to put IF behind me. I didn't even know if I would really be able to ever move on. I can honestly say that I haven't even thought of infertility in about two or three months. Isn't that amazing! After being here almost every day for 5 years. I am holding little girl now and it feels amazing.
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Hey guys, I've put up my birth story and plenty of photos on my blog which is here: http://babythehardway.wordpress.com/2014/05/12/the-birth-of-liliana/

I'll be back later for personals!
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Sourire, congratulations on the birth of your sweet Liliana!  Cute little squish and I'm so happy you both are doing so well. You must be over the moon!  More pics please!  Love it!


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Thanks for sharing your birth story Sourire. Priceless!

 

AFM, I am listening to my William wake up and talk to himself. It is the best sound in the world.


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Hi everyone! It haven't been here in a while. Things are going great! I'm 8 weeks and 3days along and I'm doing well. My first appt is next week at 9wks so I'll finally get to see and hear this little bean in there. I'm battling some horrible nausea and fatigue but that's to be expected. My graphic designer has sent us our annoucement so we will be sending those out when I'm 12 weeks.


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Just read your birth story @Sourire Amazing! She's a cutie!


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Congrats Sourire!!!! So happy for you.

So I definitely don't belong here yet, but I wanted to whine somewhere where I'm sure you all get it. I'm suddenly terrified. Most of my losses were low and slow beta losses. So, as soon as I got the first beta, I knew what was going to happen. I feel like I know what I'm doing with a miscarriage. It's never happy, but sadly it's oddly comfortable because its familiar. KWIM?

Now I just got a first beta at 9dp5dt (14 dpo equivalent) of 385. I'm no longer in familiar territory. I don't dare get my hopes up. But....

I've been spotting (just a little brown, no big deal, right?) since the embryo transfer and now it's slowing down. What does that mean????? I was also crampy for that time and now I'm not. What's THAT mean? I've been feeling pretty sick for a few days now. Is it a cold? Will that hurt the developing bean? Or is it effects of my sky high progesterone (97)? Honey, do I have a fever? 99.5?!????!!? Is that really a fever or more effects of the progesterone like a normal temp rise in the luteal phase? Is a low grade fever bad for the bean? Should I take some Tylenol? I've heard that causes autism,...

Well, that's a look into the brain of a neurotic woman who's pregnant after multiple losses.

Next beta is tomorrow. (Will it double? If it doesn't double what's that mean? Vanishing twin or vanishing twinS.)

Sigh. Just looking for hugs. Or a crystal ball if anyone's got one. Just let me know how the story will end and I can deal with everything in between.

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Xerxella - I wish there was some way to know what it all means. My magic 8 ball says "Ask Again Later."

 

Those first few weeks are the worst, but I'm still so paranoid about every little thing. 

 

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:Hug, Xerxella. I think your anxiety makes total sense. It is really exciting for you to have a good first beta, but I know how scary uncharted territory is. Especially since you have such a long history of loss - it's hard to believe this could be something different. In a similar (but different) way, having good betas this pregnancy was both reassuring a not. Obviously appropriate betas (and mine were definitely well above average!), with good doubling times, is a good sign. But since I didn't do any betas with my successful pregnancy or with my miscarriage, I had no way of knowing if good betas really meant anything. Like maybe I would have had good betas with my miscarriage, too, and so it was meaningless. Anyway, hoping to hear more good beta news from you today! And then you can go on to ultrasound-waiting-hell. FIREdevil.gif

 

Sourire - Yay for pictures! I'm glad things went so well, and I hope you are enjoying a lovely babymoon.

 

Mo - Excited for your upcoming ultrasound!

 

AFM, we got the results of our anatomy scan back. Baby looks great, except he/she has a choroid plexus cyst. It's a small cyst in the brain area (which sounds utterly terrifying, let me tell you!), but the mw said it's really nothing and will generally resolve on its own. Of course, I was not satisfied with just that and spent a bunch of time Googling. But what she says seems to be accurate. If you're under 35 (check) and no other abnormalities were noted with the fetus (check), there is little to no chance it's a symptom of anything more severe. I haven't had time to confirm this, but I've also seen a couple of people say that even if it *doesn't* resolve, it's still fine. And I have to come across a single anecdote of someone having this finding and having anything other than a perfectly normal baby. So that is very reassuring. The mw said we should have it rechecked in 8-10 weeks to make sure it's gone. I'm going to discuss it with our doctor in our new town and see what she has to say. I would like to take another peek, mostly just to see if this baby is a girl or a boy, but I'm not sure it's really worth the $$, if it doesn't really change anything healthwise.


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hello all... i am hoping to going  this graduates thread!!!  i am pregnant, but get the results from my 2nd beta test back in the morning, so i guess that will tell us if things are still looking good or not.

 

anyways.... about me... i have 3 kids of my own (12, 10 and 6), and now i'm acting as a surrogate for a cousin.  we had a single embryo transfer on may 1st (frozen embryo), and we got our BFP on may 9.  first beta was 2 days ago, it was 162.  hoping for some good numbers in the morning!!!


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Work has been super crazy busy the last two weeks for me - and I lost a day + to pregnancy induced fatigue last week :(  So sorry for the radio silence on my end!

 

@Xerxella - I totally understand the familar - someone IRL that I had been talking to started back on the TTC route just as I got my BFP, and it was sooo comfortable to talk with her about that - I knew what was going on!  It wasn't nearly as terrifying as the thought of getting my heart set on this baby and then having it not happen :(  I did read your update on the other thread - I'm really hoping that you've just got a case of more than one implanting, and only one or two hanging on - triplets would be a bit much anyway, right?  But I can imagine how hard this part must be - *hugs* to you, and I'm hoping this is/these are the ones that stick around!!!

 

@shelley4 - Welcome to you, too!  To continue my trend of responding in the wrong thread, it's super frustrating that the lab didn't get you your results today..

 

@monkeyscience - I'm glad those usually resolve - that does sound scary!  But I'm glad that all else is well, at least!

 

@NaturallyMo - my fatigue and nausea seem to have finally resolved (knock on wood!) Or, well, I'm blaming the fatigue this week on work (6 hours sleep is not enough right now.. ) but it isn't as all-consuming, anyway.  I'm hoping yours won't be far behind.

 

@sourie - Yay!  A birthstory!  And pictures!  :)

 

AFM -  13w+5!!  I can't believe I've gotten here.  Had my first real midwife appointment on Tuesday - got to hear the heartbeat.  I feel like knowing that we still have a strong heartbeat at 13+3 let me trust that this is really going to happen.  Once in a while, I realize that that heartbeat is a baby for *me*, and I get super excited - even if I had a choice, I'd want to carry it around all the time :) Also the midwife was awesome - I really appreciated that she treated me like a "responsible adult" - like I'd actually done a good job of figuring out + working toward what I need to be healthy.  

 

My therapist thinks I should start an IRL support group for pregnant + parents of IVF babies.  I'm not sure I have the energy for the commitment, but the midwife thinks that the local crunchy parent center (where they have appointments) would love to host.  I guess we'll see... 

 

Ok - bed now!  Wishing you all love! 


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Xerxella, I guess I will need to check the other thread to see if anything new is happening.

 

AFM, It has been a hard week.  Last Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night my babies didn't sleep - even the twin that usually sleeps through the night.  Coughing, fevers, runny noses.  Ugh. DH got so frustrated at one point with the babies that I grabbed the one that was crying yet again in the middle of the night ran out to the front door and I was just distraughtly crying "I can't make them not cry.  They are just little. They need us. They are sick." I think my crying snapped my DH out of the funk he has been in for nearly 5 months. He has tried to be so much more patient with the babies this week.  Then on Monday night, I went to a friend's house and she recommended using some essential oils to help their colds and to help them sleep better - lavendar oil is a miracle for my youngest son.  Last night he slept through the night. Tonight I laid him down away and he talked to himself for awhile, rolled over, and went to sleep. A little dab of lavendar on his feet, rubbed in, and calmness is attained. Some other essential oils seem to have made their coughs better, although that may just be time anyway.


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Hi everyone! Thought I would pop in a share my first ultrasound at 9 weeks!

 


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@NaturallyMo... beautiful!!!!


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Yay, Mo!! Glad things are looking good in there.

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Mo, congrats on seeing you baby via US!! Hope everyone is well. I have a one question survey I'd love you all to participate in if possible, please! I'm curious to know since the midwife couldn't hear the baby's heartbeat with Doppler Wednesday when we went. Going again Tues because I want to hear that baby's HB!! Thanks buddies :) Link is below.

 

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