Hi everyone and little ones,
I have been a bit busy either planning what to eat, given the food intolerance that got stronger, or going to doctor's appointments. The perinatologist and the nutricionist were very helpful and DH is pampering me...that means, us.
Alreadyblessed, hope the bleeding has stopped already or at least stopped itself at the no-worry level of spotting.
Babyloves, how are you doing? When is your next US? I do use the salt water natural remedy and it has helped me many times, right after I notice a sore throat.
Jennywit, I found your nancy-nervous comment very funny. I do have this overpreocupied, supersticious strike in me: if I have a bad dream about the babies, I need to make a great effort to convince myself that it has nothing to do with the reality of the pregnancy. Hope the growth of your baby brings you to the brighter side of hope!
Amazu, the connection between the Rubitussin and the thyreoidis is...we can't forget to remind doctors of our needs and questions. I was a bit worried about the fact that your doctor prescribed this medication. In my country, it is not prescribed to pregnant women...people take it with alcohol to get hi, too. Of course, you are not drinking
I hope you are finaly coming out of this cold!!!
Sonu911, thanks for the reading recommendations! The hair growth is a consequence of the hormones and it goes away, as well as the darkening of our nipples and skin marks. Don't worry about it!
I was touched by your story about the Indian girls...in many countries in the world, we come as a necessary subproduct of humankind. I am very glad to know that your husband has learned to to love and nurture a baby girl. Whomever comes to your home, will grow learning to love and respect boys and girls, men and women.
Sorry if I missed someone...but I whish you all wonderful up-dates!