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33 weeks and 1 day just want the baby out of me lol didnt take my unison since I try not to take it all the time and now I have been up since 1am and its almost 7am lol just uncomfy cant sleep getting braxton hicks worst acid reflex yup lol *****
Awww Kat in sorry. Im a natural remidy kinda girl and sometime I don't have time for it lol my Dr OK me wit 2 zantac 150 a day and its been a god send. As for sleep. Hot tub it! ( no higher than 99 ) or even a bubble bath right before bed. Usually works.. again they need to come up with prenatal NyQuil. I miss that lol.
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