37 weeks pregnant :)

Kayla - posted on 10/06/2013 ( 12 moms have responded )

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I'm 37 weeks pregnant second baby but can't remember ever feeling this way with baby#1 ... HELP lol anyone ever feel like a pressure during a period? I have before if it was supper heavy or something anyways now i feel like that pressure and then when I am walking some pain in the pelvic bone area what could it mean?

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Helen - posted on 10/06/2013

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Go and get it checked out. No one on the internet had help you. You need to be examined by a doctor or midwife. You need reassurance that all is well with you and your baby. You may be starting labour. Best wishes! Do let us know how you get on.

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Kayla - posted on 10/07/2013

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Looks like it he's seeming to be quite cozy up in there :) we are having another little boy . We have a few downed branches but nothing else

Helen - posted on 10/07/2013

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How are things going? Are you going to have to wait the full 40 weeks? Do you know whether you are having a girl or a boy?

Today I have my 22 month granddaughter and a close family friend, aged four, for the day. They see each other often and behave like the best kind of siblings/friends. He even asks to phone her up and invite her over. She adores him. I am telling you this because 3 years is such a good age gap and your two will end up great friends as long as you encourage it right.

It is very warm here for spring. Luckily, we are right by the sea. in a small apartment, and get the benefit of great breezes. I hope the typhoon passed leaving little damage, Where I live we fear such things but, up to now, a large island called Fraser Island has protected us.

Kayla - posted on 10/07/2013

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Awesome :) we are from the USA. He got to go we only have a few friends which where our son was they released us the storms already passed. And no to the nosey part :)

Helen - posted on 10/07/2013

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Just returned from dinner with my daughter and her little family. She works as a doctor (emergency) while her husband stays at home. They are both happy with the arrangement.

I am sorry you are stuck in hospital but at least you are safe. Is your husband with you? Which country are you from? I guess having a little boy to care for complicates things. Do you have any family or friends around? I hope so.

Am I being too nosy? Sorry.

It will all be worth it when you have the new baby in your arms.

Kayla - posted on 10/06/2013

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A yr an 3 months we have been here on island .... Cozy and bored in the hospital waiting out the storm :) maybe baby will give more indications and decide to come while I'm already here

Helen - posted on 10/06/2013

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How are you doing? Are you comfortable?

Have you lived in Japan long? My daughter's brother in law lives in Tokyo and married a Japanese lady. They have a little girl of three.

Take care with the typhoons. We get them here too (Queensland) and they are scary.

Best wishes

Kayla - posted on 10/06/2013

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He should be 3yrs old if we go to the due date to be born is birthday is Friday :)
We are having typhoons all weekend and starting cat 4 storm in the next hr or so so we shall see what happens we are going to the hospital as precaution

Helen - posted on 10/06/2013

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Sounds like it going to happen soon

My daughter will soon have her second baby too. How old is your first? Jo has a girl who will be 26 months when her brother is born. Jo works as an emergency doctor so I see a lot of my granddaughter and love it.

I shall continue to think about you but I shall have to go to bed now or I'll be no use in the morning.

Hope all goes well.

Kayla - posted on 10/06/2013

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Sounds the same to me... We are in Japan. I called and they said until its soaking a pad not to come in its probably just normal discharge I'm keeping checking every little bit and will probably be going in tommorrow hopefully if not before :)

Helen - posted on 10/06/2013

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Sounds like your waters have broken. If you have not already, you should go and be examined and have the baby's heart rate checked. I do not know which country you are in (I am in Australia), but , hopefully, you have a midwife or doctor available. If your discharge becomes greenish, it is an emergency. Also, once your waters have broken you are on countdown to delivery. Please go and make sure that everything is alright. Do let me know how it goes. I shall be thinking of you.

Kayla - posted on 10/06/2013

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Also noticing some trickling of clear to yellowish in my underpants when I go to the bathroom. Going to wait an hr with a pad then call

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