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#1 of 11 Old 04-21-2006, 06:35 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Is this anything to be concerned about? It's really mild, and I've only had it a few time, but it's one of the things my mws always ask about (any headaches? vision changes? swelling? nausea? etc.), so I'm not sure if it's a potential problem. Otherwise, I feel pretty good.

I'm feeling a little queasy right now...haven't had a whole lot to eat today (or drink, for that matter), so maybe that's the reason?
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Amanda,
This has happened to me a few times now, usually in the AM before breakfast...my midwives never seemed concerned. Could be the hormones continuing to mix things up. I just started getting regular, strange sensations in my nipples. It feels like they're electrified!
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Yeppers, since about 36 weeks, my m/s comes back. I'm fine after I eat, but it sucks.:

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Not really worried. Mostly curious if this is a "normal" (which is to say, common) late pregnancy thing.

What's bugging me much more, actually, is that this little one is hiccuping like a maniac (anywhere from once to three times a day, for 5-15 minutes at a time). It's SUCH an unsettling sensation. At first I thought it might be dairy related, but I paid closer attention and there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to it--sometimes she does it first thing in the morning, when I haven't eaten for 8 hours, sometimes late at night, sometimes just after a meal.

Danielle...electrified nipples, eh? Now THAT'S something to look forward to!
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Yeah, they (the electric nipples) woke me twice last night and I spent the time awake trying to decide how to describe the sensation!

We've got a very hiccup-y little one here too. I kind of like how it feels. My brother was my mom's only hiccup baby and he drove her crazy.
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I've felt a little queasy in the morning if I don't eat right away or, worse yet, if I drink something without solids. I had no nausea in the first trimester (well, once, but there's that drinking before eating thing again). It sounds to me like it's not that unusual.

And the baby hiccups--wow! When I'm sitting while it's going on I feel them in my butt, which I find hilarious (especially during meetings)!
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Some nausea here too, comes and goes. Reminds me of the pre-m/s nausea. Thankfully, it's mild and doesn't stick around long!
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Me, me, me! It comes and goes, usually after breakfast and before lunch, it's pretty mild and I'm fine once I eat.

I didn't really have any ms, so this is a new and unpleasant aspect of the 3rd tri...
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I get it too lately (36 weeks) and sometimes it comes with pre-menstrual feeling cramps? It's very confusing!
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Me too. It has been going on for a couple weeks now, along w/extra fatigue, bh, prodromal labor... Calgon take me away!

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