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HEY EVERYONE!
FELL OFF THE BED TODAY, I'VE BEEN UP SINCE LIKE 4:00 AM AND IT'S WEIRD BECAUSE I'M NOT SLEEPY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN LIKE 5 MONTHS, BUT HEY JUST WANTED TO SAY HI AND ASK A VERY DUMB QUESTION BUT HER GOES.
MY HUSBAND THAUGHT IT WOULD BE CUTE IF IF I WORE A CUT OFF SHIRT AND I COLORED A BIG OL PUMPKIN ON MY BIG OL STOMACH, ,BUT MY QUESTION IS WOULD THE MAKE UP HARM THE BABY?, IF ANYONE KNOWS ANYTHING ABOUT THIS, IWOULD APRECIATE THE FEEDBACK.
THANKS AND LOTS OF BABY DUST***************
ANA
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hey! it does. this is Conner in his bat costume. isn't he cute!!!
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<img src="http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Stacie30/ConnerasbatforHalloween.jpg" alt="Image hosted by Photobucket.com">

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just ignore me. i'm trying to see if my picture stuff will work on here.

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Stacie30/ConnerasbatforHalloween.jpg
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http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b50/Stacie30/ConnerasbatforHalloween.jpg
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I think it is definately possible to have period-like bleeding when you are pregnant especially the first couple months.
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ohhh whooo lol now i feel silly but glad i was wrong lol :)
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I have a question. I just found this site today and it seems to be a great place. I am entering my 2nd trimester and fortunatly everything is going very well. However my friend found out yesterday that she too is pregnant. Her boyfriend is questioning the paternity (ofcourse there is no need for him to!) but we had some questions that we hoped may ease both their minds. The last sexual contact they had was in August, before he moved. She started the next day and then had a very light and unusual period in Sept. My question is have any of you had any bleeding resembling a mentral cycle after conception? Any responses would be so appreciated. She is only 20 years old and does not need the additional stress of his questioning her. Thank you!
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I wake up on my back all the time. I never stay on my side till I am huge. I sleep on my stomach till it is impossible too. I don't think it will hurt your baby. I have done it in 5 pregnancies with no problems. When you get to be 7-9 months it will hurt to lay on your back and you won't be able to probably. I think that is when the baby is heavier and it matters more.
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I have a probably really dumb question for everyone.  I've recently gotten the go ahead to start ttc, because my thyroid is finally regulated, but I think I should have my wisdom teeth out first.  Two are partially impacted, and from what I hear, they could get infected during pregnancy.  I can get them out a week from today which would be day 16 of my cycle.  As per my one complete chart that I have, I ovulate on day 18.  My questions are, would it be ok to try so soon after anesthesia, and what would happen on the off chance I could be pregnant already?  How likely is it that it could've happened on day 7?  I know this must sound so dumb but if anyone could offer advice, it would be appreciated very much! I'm so mad at myself for not getting them out sooner!  Jen
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Hi everyone, just started posting here last week when I had some bleeding at 5-6 weeks. Have now had 2 u/s baby is growing fine and there is a good strong heartbeat. The dilemma is that i have a Bleed in my uterus. Apparently the bleed got worse from one ultrasound to the next. I took it really easy accept for 1 strenuous day(2nd job little more phisycal) I didn't have any intercourse. My question is does this usually go away? On Saturday I did have intercourse and bleeding seems a little worse. Nurse told me this morning NO SEX. I am so bummed out. I have always been plagued with problems irregular bleeding etc. was hoping just once everything would be normal and ok. Also wondering what else this may be a sign of. What if it does get worse. Could it cause further problems like miscarriage. UGH! I could really use some advice!
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Good morning ladies!!  Got a quick one for ya:  I'm 5 weeks preg. as of yesterday.  I keep waking up in the middle of the night on my back or stomach.  I'd like to know should I be worried about sleeping on my side right now considering it's so early in the pregnancy?  My hips start aching if I sleep on one side too long, so do you think it'd be ok to sleep on my back until I'm further along and the baby is bigger or is it important to do it now?  Thanks in advance!
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Thank you so much, I was worried about it and I don't have internet at home (only at work), so I was hoping someone would answer before 5pm central standard time.  I appreciate that.  I woke up last night with my left foot asleep from sleeping on my back, but for some reason, sleeping on my stomach has felt pretty good here lately.  I don't put all my pressure on it, just a little.  Thank you again.
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hi you shouldnt sleep on your back when you are pregnant after 20 weeks or  at all if possible my doctor told me because the weight of the baby can cut off blood supply to you and tha baby from the baby resting some where it shouldnt be resulting in worst case senario death i dont want to sound morbid or anything but its true im not 100% on what it is they rest on i cant remember silly and my babys only 4 months old what hope have i got lol. definatly ask your doctor cause mine really keept warning me about it all the time best of luck let us no what he/she says
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is it ok to take tums while you are pregnant?
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Thanks for the link about potty training.  I did not see it the first time it was posted.  As far as the red raspberry leaf goes, I read it was safe to take until you get your BFP.  But I've seen several places that say you can drink it throughout your preg. b/c it will help with the labor process.  I'm still in the TTC phase of things so I think I should be ok.  Do you remember where you read the info about it causing uterine contractions?
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HEY DON'T WORRY, SORRY FOR SCARING YOU BUT IT WAS JUST AN EXPRESSION FOR SAYING I GOT UP EARLY, LOL BUT LET ME TELL YOU LAST NIGHT I ALMOST DID FALL OFF THE BED BUT WOKE UP JUST IN TIME. SO EVERYTHING IS FINE. BUT THANKS FOR WORRYING.
ANA
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iam more concerned about you falling off the bed! are u alrite, has the baby been moving...sorry to sound like a perinoid but that would scare me lol i would be calling the doc's office right away, but in regards to painting tummy, i agree with everyone, might not harm baby but still call your doc office and tell him whats in the paint....have fun!!!!!
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i saw you after i had posted, but anywho, just wanting to say good morning, actually ina a very good mood today, ,and haven't been for a while, so everything is good.see you in a while.
ana
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I beat you with the open forum HEHEHEH
I really don't think the makeup will hurt the baby:D
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I would say no.  Have you ever watched A Baby Story.  I have seen ppl do that to their bellies and all was fine.  You may want to put a call in to the dr or even to the company whose paint you are using to make sure that particular type is safe.  Good Luck and have fun with it.
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