3rd Trimester bumps!!

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Post by princess » Tue Mar 07, 2006 7:20 pm

Smita
What is 2.5gs?
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Post by jp » Tue Mar 07, 2006 8:08 pm

Hi,

2.5 kgs ( Kilo-grams) = almost 6 lbs. Hope that will help.

jp
TWINS born 21-July-06 and doing great!

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P. Jasmit

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Post by brs888 » Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:10 pm

Hi, ladies :) I can't believe I am actually joining you...time has flown...but I will be 28 weeks tomorrow. I have been feeling great, just a little tired. I just found out that my iron is a little low. So, that could have something to do with it. Let's not forget the weight I'm carrying around on my belly :shock: I go tomorrow for my Rhogam injections as I am RH negative. Has anyone else had this? Where do they do the injection?

KC, I thought I would see you over here...hopefully I'll hear from you soon :)

Little P, you must be ready to go if you haven't already?!
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Post by Smita » Wed Mar 08, 2006 7:22 am

Hi all,
Joy, 2.5 kilos is about 5lbs 5 ounces...1 Kilo is 2.2 lbs
Brandy,
welcome to the last leg.. enjoy!

Update on dhruvaa..

She is gaining weight now, but slowly.She is now 6lbs 4 ounces approximately- I keep worrying whether my feed is enough for her as she still looks so tiny..cant believe she is 24days old today!time flies huh? She is a joy to behold and I keep gazing at her..Thankfully, she is not fussy at all, just awake a lot at night,just lies there and stares at everything around her as if discovering something new..Its lovely to watch her and I cant thank God enough for my miracle..

hugs to everyone,
wishing everyone of you the same joy I feel every second of my day.

smita
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4 failed IUI's
1st ICSI +ve 17/6/05:)
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Post by Vickyp » Wed Mar 08, 2006 8:05 am

Hi Smita

What a lovely post. Can't wait to feel like that too! Love Vicky
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2 x MC in 2007 at 6wks & 12wks
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Post by LittleP » Wed Mar 08, 2006 10:38 am

Smita

Dhruvaa sounds an absolute delight - amazing the wonder these little miracles bring into our lives isn't it?

Can't wait for mine :? :?

Hope you are managing to get some sleep.

Love and hugs

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Post by Smita » Wed Mar 08, 2006 10:43 am

LittleP,
Thanks for asking, I have learned to sleep during the daytime now.. when she sleeps- the end result being, that of late, I feel sleepy all thru the day :? :lol:

If only my cute as a button daughter settles down into a routine fast!

Give lil mini p a kiss from me!

Vicky,
Dont u worry, you'll efinitely feel that way.. these babies are so longed for that we see discomforts as minor, so loads of joy coming your way!
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Post by brs888 » Wed Mar 08, 2006 12:39 pm

Sounds like you and little one are both adjusting well. Your post makes me so anxious to meet my little one :D
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1st IVF -ve May 05
2nd IVF +ve Sept 05 DD Morgan born May 25th 2006
3 failed FETs in 2007
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Post by KC_TTC » Wed Mar 08, 2006 2:25 pm

I'm here....I'm here....

I think I have officially crossed over!

I passed my gestational diabetes test, blood pressure is in check, babies are moving all the time, so things couldn't be better for us right now!

I am snoring at night, have mild swelling and beginning of lower back pain, but hey - I'm almost done being pregnant!!!!!

In fact, as I type, the girl seems to have hiccups. The boy hasn't had them yet, but Maggie gets them a few times a week now. It feels like a mild muscle twitch for about 2-3 minutes. :)

Nice to see all of you over here. I'm glad I can join you.
Me: 35 DH: 36

Clomid+IUI for 6 months
11/04 +ve; M/C 7 wks
07/05 1st IVF cancelled
09/05 2nd IVF; 09/20/05 +ve TWINS

Maggie and Andrew are here! Born May 2, 2006 at 4:38 and 4:39am

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Post by JayfromQld » Wed Mar 08, 2006 8:00 pm

Hi KC_TTC

Welcome to the 3rd trimester, the end is insight!

My baby boy gets the hickups a lot but i havent felt my girl get them, they are a funny feeling.

I am glad your babies are doing so good and that u seem hail and healthy as well.

Jaymee

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Post by CC » Wed Mar 08, 2006 8:21 pm

Hi Jaymee and KC - lovely to hear of your little twins with hiccups! My singleton has only juyst started experiencing hiccups and its really weired isn't it? Welcome KC - congrats on joiing 3rd tri - things will really whizz for you now. When will you both be delivered? Do they bring it much further forward for twins? When you're my stage, no doubt you'll both have your little ones in your arms already! You must both be really excited - double the love and double the fun!

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Post by CC » Wed Mar 08, 2006 8:29 pm

Smita - I missed yuor earlier post a minut ago - Dhruvaa sounds gorgeous - can't wait to hold mine. DH is a little better - thanks for asking, how is your DH? Are you back home now or is he with you? I've lost track of how quick you were goiing home after birth. Can't believe she is nearly 3 weeks - wow that really has flown. Dhruvaa was so dainty too - what a little treasure - thanks for reassurance re. scans - I'm sure it was wrong because my midwife's measurements have been so different to the scan. I'm so glad things are goiing so well for you after all the anxiety you had about fluid levels and being separated from DH etc. You deserve every happiness you're getting - this is your time to just relax and enjoy your amazing gift,

love and hugs,
Cherylxxx
Third ICSI July 2005 BFP and praying it continues!! 6, 8, 12, 13(Nuchal) 20, 25 and 28 week scans successful! Emily Ann Cane born 8.4.06 - more beautiful than we could have imagined

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Post by JayfromQld » Thu Mar 09, 2006 4:27 am

Hi CC and everyone

I am having an elective c-section at 38 weeks 4 days, on the 18th of april. They only do elective c-sections on tuesdays at the hospital i am going to and they wont do a section before 38 weeks. So i will have the good friday (easter) long weekend and then i go in for my section. Unless my babies come early and give mummy a break, any time after 37 weeks and i will be happy. I am messuring 43 weeks at the moment so its really hard to lug my tummy around. I went to 42 weeks and was induced with my daughter so i feel that i have already paid my dues to the pregnancy gods :).

I hope everyone else is going well and arent too uncomfortable.

Best wishes
Jaymee

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Post by LittleP » Thu Mar 09, 2006 5:29 pm

Jaymee

Wow - a definite date to work towards that's fantastic. Mind you, with twins I guess they could come earlier than that.

Hope you are ok

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Post by taylorjools » Thu Mar 09, 2006 5:46 pm

Hi ladies

sneaking on your thread to ask a practical question:
I have put on no wieght, but have a big bump and big baby :D doc reckons it's because I hve shed the extra artificial hormones and water, so not worried. I am not thin as 5'10" and 80kg.

My problem is I have a biggish bump (so no waist anymore) but a thin bum, and I either have below the bump knickers that fall down :shock: or above the bump knickers that are either too huge at the moment or cut into the bump...

how did you solve the panty problem in mid stage???????

I wonder what Angelina J does???????

all advice greatfully received!!

hugs

bigJ
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