Leora - What a wonderful wonderful picture!!!
Klinger - I read I will have to take off my wedding ring as soon as I see a change in my hands, and I already dread it. Happy for you it can be easily repaired I can only imagine it wasn't a nice moment having it cut.
Karin1 - What a lovely ticker!!!
DRBoots - I can't believe you're having triplets! How awesome!
SDtrying - I think my favorite activity which is Pilates and core training is actually the one that is designed to resolve your issue. I know it can be a little frustrating for a real racer like yourself to start getting used to the more quietly intense rhythm of core work out - it was hard for me to start at first cause I wanted more activity, but I learned to combine it and fell in love with it. Then I also did a lot of reading and found out that since both Pilates, Core and especially using a Fit ball for your Core work out concentrates on the basin, it does miracles and strengthens it against among other issues, what you have experienced. It can help women not to need an operation, and in oppose to an operation the results stick with you if you persevere.
AFM - Still no symptoms
Tiny little bit queasy yesterday morning. I hope this does not mean my beta didn't rise enough to make me have M/S. I only checked my beta twice, and the second time was a week ago. The only thing I sometimes feel is my right nipple - only the right one! Now I have to wait another week to get my first U/S with RE. Crazy waiting! Any words on no symptoms (except for the usual being bloated from the treatment and suppositories?) When did you all start feeling M/S?
Any suggestions on when to tell everyone we are expecting? I told just very few people, but DH wants o tell his family right after our first U/S. I'm concerned that My annoying and 9 years younger SIL will have more time to insist on teaching me how to be pregnant, and also I feel like telling people after the tests at week 14 is safer. Suggestions and opinions?
Have a great day,