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wats ur due date???

Hello moms to be...
Hope u all are as anxiously waiting for the bub's arrival as i m :)
My due date is jan 16 n i m 34weeks.I m expecting a boy n its my 1st pregnancy. I just feel the time is passing very slow.I m experiencing back pains specially when i m in bed n i move to change sides. The pain kills me. My heartbeat is pretty fast.. Although my b/p is normal.. Dr says i m anemic.
I hope the baby arrives soon..
So want him in my arms...
Share ur feelings n due dates.. So that i dnt feel alone :)
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1714215 tn?1334713869
Im due Jan 2. I am 36 weeks today. I am having a baby girl. My morning sickness has returned and I have cramping. Sometime I have contractions. I have mild pre eclampsia which they are watching closely. I am so ready for Aubrey to be here
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317019 tn?1532965586
hi there....i was due 1/1/12 with twin boys

i say was because i delivered my twins on 11/22 because one of the babies stopped growing and i was dilating

i was 34 weeks 1 day when i delivered

first preg are very difficult because everything is new and i remember i felt muscles stretch that i never even knew i had when i was preg with my 1st

time goes by quickly even if it feels like its moving at a snails pace....make sure you tell your doc any and all pains you have...it might seem tedious but it makes a huge difference

best of luck to you

have you picked a name yet?
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