This is a discussion on EDD March 2013 within the Year 2013 Mummy forum, part of the Mummy Meeting Place category; Originally Posted by Teens09:752792 Originally Posted by l0r3tTa Oh, no wonder you have to go for induce. Was it some ...
Oh,cheer up teens09. You have come so far and I'm sure your baby is doing well. You sure is one strong mummy standing firm and doing what is needed to ensure his safe and healthy arrival. Any name for baby yet,we can keep him in prayers.Originally Posted by Teens09:752792
Stay calm as baby can feel your feelings too..I'm very sure you have very supportive family and friends.
I think mayb your gynae was referring to Intrauterine Growth Restriction. I found another thread rgd to this and some mummies shared their experiences there - If born with weight 2.5kg, @37 weeks - need to stay in ICU? mayb you will feel better after reading it try to relax as much as possible, we will all pray for you
Is bought 2nd Medela freestyle pump frm forum mummy. She told me no need to buy stepdown transformer. Jz use traveller adaptor will do
Thanks l0r3tTa & Ryca, my hubby also ask me not to worry too much.. But actually for first timer to be gg thru all these is quite scary.. i do hav some bad dreams and phobia of going to hospital.. i guess mommies really worried too much =/
I have been getting some tummy cramps when baby is moving too strong, do you mommies have this experience? Sometimes i might yell and stop walking..
If anyone of you girls are Robinson card holder, please let me know of there's a private sale. Am waiting to go with a friend to get breast pump when on sale
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tomorrow is my 35w check up. Hope everything is fine!!!
... I thought its only me who felt giddy n cant continue walking wen baby moves while i walked! Im getting super fatique, loss of appetite, becoming couch potato. Wanna take aftnn naps also difficult as i xperience heartburn, breathlessness & feel like vomitting.
I was attended childbirth education yesterday. It was talking about lactation topics. The lactation consultant told us that everyone of us can supply milk to our baby. The milk flow normally will comes in around 4 days onwards.
Just for sharing to all the mummies here, the lactation consultant recommended us to drink Fennel tea if our milk supply is low. This Fennel seed can increase the milk flow after we drink. We need to drink 4 tea bag per day. I just bought it at Takashimaya yesterday. I will try it out once I deliver my baby.
keep on going mummies..we are almost touching the finishing line now..when the little ones gets into our cosy arms, we will all know that its well worth it.
You are not alone. I feel painful the area in between the tummy and cervis area when I walk. Sometimes too painful, i need to stop walking immediate. Currently, i feel breathlessness after meal & feel like vomitting too and could not sleep well at night. I need to re-position myself at night.
I understand your worry. If we want to give birth, we must go through all these symptom, and labour pain till our baby out from our tummy. I believe everyone of here are worry too when our due is approaching soon. I'm not excluded. We must be brave and confidence, we have no problem to bring our little one to this world.
I have this experience too. When my baby moving non-stop in my tummy, I will feel giddy and breathless. I need to lying down immediately. You are not alone, Teens09 mummy!! Cheer up!!
Hi mummies! Great to see that everyone is doing great... Saw my little one on sat.. finally head down.. though not engaged... Hopefully my pelvis not too small for his big head!
Anyway during this season do take care of ourself and try not to fall sick with cough/flu k? Avoid peeps who r ill if possible... One of my friends at 33 wks had pre term labour cause of cough... Nearly had to deliver baby at 33weeks! Bill estimated by kk hospital was $44k!!!
Yeh,its really a great support though we are only communicating online. Hee..
But all gg thru similar scenarios..
All the way!!
I had food poisoning through the weekend though.. it was awful and combining it with the Braxton hicks..haha. it sure was an unpleasant experience. My hubby thought that I was gg to pop soon.. haha.. went to see gynae and thank God baby is well. But she commented that I would just give birth earlier then EDD. Cos she say that my cervix is flushed. Apparently it means its in the process before it proceeds to get it dilated. But however,sometimes baby will decide to hang in there. Haha. So I am putting my things together for the hospital bag.
I'm a Robinson card holder. I will let you know again if Robinson has private sales. Based on the lactation consultant info, she told us not to get breast pump so fast. Some time, breast pump company will have some Carnival sales at hospital like Mount E. We can get a good price from that time. For your info.
anyone has the hospital bag chk list? i dont know what to pack?
Packing Your Hospital Bag for Labor
Hope this helps
I have items list (what to bring) from my gynae
1) Pre-admit documents (for patient with pre-registration done)
2) Doctor's letter
3) Identity card
4) 2 fitting brassieres
5) 2 nightgowns with front openings
6) 1 pair of slipper
7) toiletries (shower gel, tower, skin care products and etc)
8) baby vests
9) Baby mittens and booties
10) wrapping blankets
The above are necessary to bring along when proceed to hospital. For sharing
Hi all mumies
Just for sharing, I have items list to pack for labour from Mount E. hospital.
1) Pre-admission form, doctor letters and any lab results
2) Insurance letters and documents
3) Identity card
4) Important telephone numbers such as hospital, labour ward and doctor
5) Loose night dresses (front opening easier for breastfeed)
6) Panties/ disposable panties
7) Sanitary pads
8) Slippers and leg warmers or socks
9) Cord blood collection kit (if any)
10) Hair bands or clips
11) Toiletries (skin care products, lip palm, hand cream, tooth brush, and paste, mouth wash, hair brush, and make-up)
12) Water spray for face
13) Extra clothes for labour partner (t-shirt, socks, warm jacket, long pants, slippers and shoes) if your hubby stay together with you.
14) Aromatherapy oil (Mount E. will provide electric burner) (optional)
15) Energy drink, easily digestible snacks (sandwiches, biscult, lollipops) Comments - pain can use up our energy.
16) Camera/ video recorder (bring extra battery)
17) CDS (Mount E. will provide CD player) (optional)
18) Yoga mat (optional)
19) Tennis balls in sock (optional) This one is for massage purpose
For me, I already pack most of the above items. Haaa...too free till I pack my hospital bag. But, I have not completed to pack my hospital bag yet. Packing will be continuing 2 weeks before my due date. Heeee.... Then, I ready to go....to see my little one..