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I went for a blood draw this morning to check levels. The nurse said I won't hear anything until tomorrow. I hope I hear today, though.

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ekblad9- Oh I hope you hear something soon!

I called my dr office this morning to get a "confirm pregnancy" appt, basically I just want the blood work and maybe an u/s to see the lil bean, the lady wouldn't let me get an appt with MY dr and instead sent me over to obgyn, I don't want obgyn darnit
My appt isn't until the 28th though I'm planning to use my dr office for all the lab work and the u/s at 20 weeks then I'm "dropping" them for my midwife. After 20 weeks they start getting very pushy with the tests and appts and such over there, so I am just gonna tell them I'm transferring to someone closer to home. Its true anyway, she lives 5 miles away :
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Just got back from prenatal/postpartum aerobics at the Y and now I am starving! Time for the old PBJ sandwich.

All 3 kids are sick, 2 sound like croup at night, and my husband I have cold as well. Really it's not bad since this is the first cold we've had all season, and I'd rather everyone get it all at once and get over it and move on. Good way to spend a weekend.

Still feeling good here!

Logistically I was contemplating where the heck I'm going to put clothes and diapers for a 4th child! We have a small house with only 2 bedrooms upstairs, and as it is the changing table/dresser is in the bathroom now to accommodate a dresser for the older boys in their room. This is gonna be tricky!

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I refuse to get sick this time! I keep telling my body NO MORNING SICKNESS! Ok I'm totally quesasy. But I'm more dizzy and crampy then anything.

I can't wait to meet my midwives! We went with a doc last time, it was ok but not what I wanted. However I do have to wait a couple weeks. It's killing me. I can't tell anyone and can't talk about it to anyone IRL!

Hubby told me I didn't have to wait til Christmas tho! I can tell people as soon as my parents get back! That's a week. I can't handle a week:

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I'm still trying to set up an interview with a local midwife -- called last week but she never responded. I've been told that calls from my house phone and answering machines don't mix very well, so I called again with my cell phone to make sure the second message is pretty clear.

I hope I hear back from her this time, my doula friend said that she can be hard to get ahold of -- I assume this isn't the case if you're actually in labor!

I'm thinking about setting up an interview with another midwife that I know will be to reach because she has an actual office with staff. But based on everyone's comments who's birthed with her, I get the feeling that her style isn't for me -- but she is actually on my insurance which is one less headache.

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yeah yeah, ekblad. i hope you hear today instead. i hate the waiting.

veganf-i hope everyone gets better fast.

i am feeling ok, i guess. just queasy. and a little tired. we have friends coming into town this week so i hope it stays this mild.

now that i know i have my mw i am just kind of relaxing. i need to call my insurance company and set aside some $ for the mw. i am a little annoyed at my planning, i have to give this huge deposit right around christmas, lol. that's what credit cards are for, i guess.
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I am going to get my second beta level drawn today, it's been 96 hours so it should've more than doubled since last week according to Wiki.

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Below an hCG level of 1,200 mIU/ml the hCG usually doubles every 48–72 hours, though a rise of 50–60% is still considered normal. Between 1,200 and 6,000 mIU/ml serum the hCG usually takes 72–96 hours to double, and above 6,000 mIU/ml, the hCG often takes more than four days to double.
I am just a wee bit high strung about all of this. I hate the first trimester and all the anxiety it brings. My life was zipping along before, and now it seems like each day is the longest.day.ever. I look at the pregnancy ticker things, and think, "You've got to be kidding me! I have how long to go?"

I am also a little irritable. :
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I am just a wee bit high strung about all of this. I hate the first trimester and all the anxiety it brings. My life was zipping along before, and now it seems like each day is the longest.day.ever. I look at the pregnancy ticker things, and think, "You've got to be kidding me! I have how long to go?"

I am also a little irritable. :
I always feel like the 1st trimester just creeps along. For me, beyond that it goes fairly quick. There are of course times that I think the babe will never come, but in the end I never get everything I wanted to done before the whole 9 months is over. Looking back it always seems so quick!
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Today is a great day. Seriously, I haven't felt this good or happy or well rested in a long time. It's the calm before the storm, and I have no reason to be well rested unless I'm just used to the 5 hours of sleep I get every night as the human milk machine to my constantly nursing 12 month old.

I hit all the bargain clearance bins for maternity clothes this weekend. I love finding shirts for $3.20. (Kohl's) and I bought some jeans and some cute tops - it's tough, since I'm still nursing most of the very few maternity shirts I didn't give away, won't work for nursing. It's funny how I think when I'm pregnant I should look cute and nice and have new clothes, but when I'm not, I wear paint splattered sweat pants and shirts with holes in them. hahaha.

I went to the Dr's today for a 2nd HCG draw. AND - how awesome is this? - I got so lightheaded, I had to lie down on the floor!!! How embassarring. The poor phlebotomist had to give me a pillow and got me a glass of grape juice. That's never happened to me before. Since then, I have been SO nauseous. Did stop me from hitting Target, but still. ;-) No food looks good to me right now and I'm SO thirsty my lips are cracked. You know your about to have bad morning sickness when the taste of bottled spring water makes you nauseous.

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Hello ladies. I'm sorry to hear that that m/s is hitting so hard. Here's hoping that all of your coping strategies work!!

Here, not much nausea is going on. My stomach is upset and food might smell differently or taste different.... but we are no where near actual vomiting. Is that weird? I'm a lot calmer since we saw the heartbeat on Friday, but then everyone keeps asking me if I'm feeling all right and I mostly just feel like I have a cold. Now I'm paranoid because I'm not actually throwing up. Clearly, the baby is doing just fine without it! Why that doesn't answer my question, I don't know. I was always a picky eater though... so this all seems a lot like non-pregnant life.

Also, we hit an outlet mall on our way back from a trip this weekend... and I didn't buy anything because I have no idea how long it might fit! I'm kind of really curious about maternity clothes but afraid to go in there in case I'm not pregnant 'enough'.
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well, had my u/s today and saw the heartbeat! i'm officially 6 weeks today and am measuring 5w 6d - which is right on track! what a relief!!! yay!
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well, had my u/s today and saw the heartbeat! i'm officially 6 weeks today and am measuring 5w 6d - which is right on track! what a relief!!! yay!
That's wonderful!
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That's good news!

I keep being tempted to give my midwife a call just so I can figure out my exact due date. So stupid a reason, since I know it's gonna be between the 18th-23rd, not a very big deal. But having that magic number to write on the calendar and figure out from there when I'd be 37 weeks and 42 weeks (for homebirth safety purposes) always makes me feel like I have more of a target due time.

And not telling relatives is driving me crazy, but I really think it'll be fun telling everyone on xmas eve.

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well, had my u/s today and saw the heartbeat! i'm officially 6 weeks today and am measuring 5w 6d - which is right on track! what a relief!!! yay!
That is SO great! I loved seeing the heratbeat for the first time, such a sigh of relief!

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Well Im still doing good this week. Lost one pound and Im 5 wks and 4 days. My stomache is getting a little bigger but not sure if its just cause Im eating more often lol. No ms and like many of you I tell myself everyday when I wake up "no ms". so far so good lol.

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: Just wanted to poke my head into the July 2008 DDC as a July 2007 DDC member and say- enjoy it mamas! Just think- by next year at this time, you will be holding a little chubby, squealing and bubble-blowing munchkin, approximately 3-4 months old! It goes by so fast.

and- anonymousk! I think I remember you from the One Thread from long ago- congrats!!!

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I got maternity stuff at Kohl's too!! I had a 30% off coupon on top of the sales! What fun!

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I hit all the bargain clearance bins for maternity clothes this weekend. I love finding shirts for $3.20. (Kohl's) and I bought some jeans and some cute tops - it's tough, since I'm still nursing most of the very few maternity shirts I didn't give away, won't work for nursing. It's funny how I think when I'm pregnant I should look cute and nice and have new clothes, but when I'm not, I wear paint splattered sweat pants and shirts with holes in them. hahaha.

Hah, I was checking out the maternity section in Kohl's today and was pleased at the couple of dollars clearance for summer maternity wear. Sadly there were only a couple of pieces that were XL, but S-L were pretty well covered.

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I was in Gymboree today buying a baby shower gift for a friend, and I couldn't resist buying something for my baby. I bought a little unisex green footie and matching hat with an in the woods theme. It has these cute tiny gnomes on it; green is one of my favorite colors, so I just love it. Everything I got was on the sales racks, so I didn't end up spending too much.

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I just got my second HCG levels back today - I had to beg the triage nurse since my Dr's assistant had the day off. They were 4112. They were 1223 on Friday.
I think it's a little high for 20DPO, but they didn't say anything about it so I guess I'm OK.

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so i think one of the nurses i work with knows i am preg. because.............i almost threw up on her at lunch! it was this huuuuge wave of nausea that passed over me. luckily it was quick and i didn't actually throw up.

did you guys see they have the August DDC up yet? yeah! we are the newest pregnancies anymore! that makes me very excited for some reason.
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I thought the same thing when I saw the August forum--yay, this pregnancy is that much more established!

I cannot wait to be past the m/c danger mark--I know it's no guarantee and all that, but I will feel so much better about it.

On the other hand I have a LOT of dissertation pages to write before then!
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I was also excited about the August DDC, LOL.

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It's so weird...I've never known my hcg levels for any of my pregnancies. My doctors/mid wives never told me and I never thought to ask. I haven't had a blood draw yet for this pregnancy...won't be back to the doctor until the beginning of December (which is so much closer than I want to think about).

That said, I feel GROSS today. Ugh. Hope I feel better tomorrow. My oldest girl is turning three this weekend so I need to be on top of things this week with the cleaning and preparing for guests and all that.
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The past to days I have been spending time with DP and oh my I am so emotional and he doesnt understand. We were sitting on the couch watching tv and I fell asleep, when I got up he told me that because I fell asleep it hurt his feelings and I just started bawling. He wouldnt talk to me for awhile and wouldnt tell me what was wrong.

Wow August DDC already :
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Hugs Punky Monkey. It takes a while for men to understand all that goes into this. My dh's reaction when I told him I was pg again was just that he misses me when I'm pg. I'm tired and sick and more absent than usual. Still - it goes quickly and what a reward!

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I had thought I didn't want to have a summer baby, not that I have a choice now! But I was feeling queasy yesterday and took DD outside for a walk and it just stopped. That nice chilly air just cleared my head and my stomach. And it let DD spend some energy much easier than in the house. So I'm not complaining anymore (remind me in June or July that I said that Can't believe there's an August DDC already....I would be complaining if I had to be pg the whole summer! Also, love the timing as far as announcing pg. There's Thanksgiving if you're earlier (or can't stay quiet!) or Christmas (Veganf I can't believe you can wait that long!) We're sending out the news in our holiday cards, probably the first week in Dec. DD's wearing a homemade "Big Sister" shirt. I'll be sure to post them here!

Starting to feel queasy more and more often, but it's not bad. I welcome it ( a little) to ease my worry a little. It always passes when I have a little snack so it's tolerable. I too tell myself every morning that I will feel good and it's worked (so far!)

Tired! I've been napping everyday and am heading to bed after this!! I've always been big on sleep and haven't had much since DD came along! Being pg is just a great excuse!

Also don't know if this is pg related or not but I can't type!!!!! It has taken me so long to right this up (it's long I know ) I keep having my fingers on the wrong keys, spelling things wrong and putting in too many spaces! : pg brain!

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so i think one of the nurses i work with knows i am preg. because.............i almost threw up on her at lunch! it was this huuuuge wave of nausea that passed over me. luckily it was quick and i didn't actually throw up.
I've been meaning to ask you....what kind of unit do you work on? (I'm also an RN )

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Heh. So much for getting some extra hours of sleep. How does extreme tiredness and insomnia work together???

Guess I should stop sleeping during the day.

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(or can't stay quiet!) or Christmas (Veganf I can't believe you can wait that long!) We're sending out the news in our holiday cards, probably the first week in Dec. DD's wearing a homemade "Big Sister" shirt. I'll be sure to post them here!
We're waiting until Christmas as well. I'm going to send out the news in Christmas cards too--but I probably won't send them out until around Dec 25th since that's right around the end of my first trimester We will be driving 2 hours to see my DH's family for Christmas and I'm thinking that they might "notice" our big news as soon as I walk in the door. I'm already feeling bloated so I'm wondering when I will start showing. Anyway, I really don't have the urge to tell anyone early this time around since we told everyone about our twins earlier this year and then it was such a devastating loss
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