About Me: Female, 31, New Zealand, member since Jan 2013
Im Amy from Thames New Zealand,I'm 28 and have 3 children Kayden Isaac and Olivia,Kayden passed away at 5 weeks old from SIDS September 2007,my second son has Autism and my daughter for the first year of her life was fed via Nasogastric tube for reasons unknown,only for
[More] the fact she had a weak sucking reflex,she has a possible dairy intolerence,we dont know yet.I have Depression and I will admit it, at the moment I'm having a good time.I play squash and badminton, go cycling, walking and running.
"I'd been having some abdominal pain off and off for I don't know how long,some of of it has been related to my menstural cycle,but mostly every time now I haven't been able to eat breakfast and if I do I can't seem to finish it.I've lost..."
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