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Hi Leanna26.Thanks alot for your comment on knob fingers and pains round the wrist.I really apperciate this.It is very relieving to know it is not something weird since you have experienced it before.I shall report this to my OB during my next appointment.Thanks alot for the splints suggestion.Love to have u as a friend.
Just a quick note to say hi!and congradulations.so ur having a girl,I am 8 in a half months pregnate with our son who we named Owen.next time when u go for a ultrasound ask them to do a 3-d.I got it.they are so neat.he looks just like my husband.my sons due date is may 20th.i cant wait i am in so much pain but ita all worth it.iv alredy been to the hospital for having braxton hicks contractions.every day my muscles cramp up and i can barley move.its hard when my husband is always @work he builds houses.soon i will have my pictures on here our scanner does not work right now.if u ever want to talk feel free to.again cograts and good luck
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