Re: Pregnancy After Loss (December)
You're definitely allowed to complain. I cannot imagine having to take care of 6 kids-thankful I only have my 2 and that only from 3pm-bedtime. I'm right there with you in the sickness department. Still puking and back to only maintaining weight this week. (I lost 15lbs even though I've been on 3 different meds from the start). Hyperemesis STINKS!
Originally Posted by PaisleyDeann
Checking in.... 9 weeks yesterday. Terribly sick
Cannot wait to stop puking and feeling nauseous 24/7!!!! Praying I get some relief in the next 3-4 weeks but no guarantees since I threw up 9 months with my girls
I hate to sound like I'm complaining but it sucks laying on the couch all day with no energy and feeling nauseous and on the verge of puking. I watch 6 kids (including my 2) under the age of 5 M-F, 10 hours a day and it's so hard to function when I am so sick. At least I have constant reassurance that baby is thriving. My first appointment is on the 22nd and my ultrasound is on the 31st. Can't wait!!!!!!!
Elena (((((Hugs))))) Hate those milestone weeks but then again it feels like such a big step to pass them.
Deanna-yeah losses around me still unsettle me. And it's beyond me why women have to share their 2nd and 3rd trimester losses with an almost stranger who is pregnant. I had not 1 but 2 collegues at our Christmas party today share that they lost a baby at 4 and 5 months along. WHY would you share that?! I mean obviously we all know it can happen especially in this group but I just don't get why women have to purposely scare others???? Made me thankful that I was able to excuse myself after barely an hour there.
Susan-good to hear baby is growing on target.
Marie-how is the stomach flu? Hope you're all better!
Ingrid, Mommy to Patrick 12'06
and Aurelia 12'08
, Mommy to 6 angel babies-triplets 11'04, baby B 5'06 and our last little angel 2'12, chemical pregnancy 6'12, hoping our rainbow baby will join us in May 2013