"confusion of my own. Why do people automatically assume as soon as one gets pregnant they get beta testing done? My doctors
clinic do not bother with that and they never beta tested me. They just confirm the pregnancy thru blood wrk. Pe..."
"good thing you r not drinking coffee no more since it is strongly suggested you not drink it while pregnant. I know I'd avoid it for the first 14 weeks since that's when the major developement of the baby is. I'm not a coffee drinker s..."
Thank you for everything! I just wanted to say thank you for the info on swine flu! As you know I have my own reservation regarding this new flu and the vaccine and definitely would not put such a vaccine in my body or my unborn child! Thanks again for the info and God Bless you and your pregnancy!
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