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Old 03-03-2014, 10:37 AM   #1261
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Nothing at all! It is super strange. I am watching my sodium now though.

We started cosleeping this week. I know it's a controlversial topic but it has been wonderful. We all get so much more sleep and DH and I love being so close to him at night. He's sleeping 3-4 hr stretches at night now.
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Old 03-10-2014, 08:23 PM   #1263
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Wesley had his 2 mo appt today. He is 18 lbs and 26 in long. Doc said he is.off fthe charts but weight is.proportionate to height so he is just a BIG boy.

We thought DS1 was big when he was 14 lbs and 25 inches and in the 95 percentile at his 2 mo appt.

Im starting to have nightmares about feeding these boys when they get older.
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Miles turned 2 months yesterday! He weighed 10 lbs 8 oz at his appt, 22 in long. Small guy, about the 20th percentile. He has become a lot of fun- responding to toys, cooing, smiling. He's growing up so fast! I'm doing a lot better with the bp. I'm hopeful I can get off meds soon.

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Alie, he is so adorable! Im glad your BP is behaving. How is the BFing and cosleeping going? We have shared a bed with both our boys. They both practically slept through the night from the time we brought them home, with the occasional wake in the early morning to nurse. In any case, we move them to their crib and own room around 4 mo. It works for us.
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I love the updates!

Andi, Hannah is off the charts in height but 90th percentile for weight, so technically a bit skinny! Wesley sounds like a BIG healthy boy. Looking back on what my brother (now 6'1" 205 lbs) ate as a teenage.... oh my goodness. I bet your boys will be even taller. Have mercy on that grocery bill in about 12 years, eek!

Stargirl, I love the Miles pic he is just sweet as can be I love his pants, I think my sister had a stuffed monkey with that type of fabric/pattern? So cute.

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Alie, he is so adorable! Im glad your BP is behaving. How is the BFing and cosleeping going? We have shared a bed with both our boys. They both practically slept through the night from the time we brought them home, with the occasional wake in the early morning to nurse. In any case, we move them to their crib and own room around 4 mo. It works for us.
Cosleeping is going well. I'm still a bit nervous about it and start him off in his cosleeper and then move him into the bed when he's having trouble falling back asleep. But DH and I both love it and he sleeps so well.

BFing is not really working out and we are having all sorts of feeding issues. He has developed a really strong gag reflex and won't eat anymore than 2 oz at a time If we even put a bottle near his lips when he doesn't want it he'll gag and sometimes vomit up all of his food. It isn't after every feeding or even every day, but we have to be really careful. It is frustrating. I'll be calling the dr tomorrow to check in about his new formula and am going to bring this up.

CJ- Hannah is just precious I bet she is a lot of fun right now! Yes they are the sock monkey pants A friend of mine actually knitted them! This is the bottom

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Cosleeping is going well. I'm still a bit nervous about it and start him off in his cosleeper and then move him into the bed when he's having trouble falling back asleep. But DH and I both love it and he sleeps so well.

BFing is not really working out and we are having all sorts of feeding issues. He has developed a really strong gag reflex and won't eat anymore than 2 oz at a time If we even put a bottle near his lips when he doesn't want it he'll gag and sometimes vomit up all of his food. It isn't after every feeding or even every day, but we have to be really careful. It is frustrating. I'll be calling the dr tomorrow to check in about his new formula and am going to bring this up.

CJ- Hannah is just precious I bet she is a lot of fun right now! Yes they are the sock monkey pants A friend of mine actually knitted them! This is the bottom

I did modified cosleeping with Hannah from about 4-6 months. It was the only way I could get her to sleep and I was dying from sleep deprivation (was back to work when she was 4 months). She would start out in her crib and then after her first wakeup would move into bed with me so she could nurse, then we would drift back off. She'd usually be up every 2-3 hours after her first stretch (4-6 hours) so everyone was getting a lot more sleep this way.

The strong gag reflex you are describing sounds like it might acid reflux to me. I don't have any experience with it myself but I know a lot of babies have problems with it. I'm sure a mom on this board could offer advice. Definitely bring is up with your pediatrician.

Those pants are to die for! Sooooo cute! I am going to see if I can find someone to make some

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CJ - DH is 6'5" and I am 5'10" so we were not expecting small babies but man! Love the Hannah pics, she is looking so grown up!

Alie - DS1 was a sock monkey for his first halloween! Def talk to your pedi about acid reflux. 2 oz per feeding isnt terrible considering his smaller size so I would just continue to keep offering the bottle every 2 hrs and see if he grows out of the reflux (most do) or if it gets worse. Keep your pedi in the loop and get their advice.

Still no word from Debbie (Carlini)? I sent a PM and havent heard anything. I hope they are all just doing wonderfully and she is too busy to pop in.
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His issue is very strange...I wish I could describe it better. He never gags on food. Only when a paci or bottle is put to his mouth (and it is only occasionally). The dr thinks he has an exaggerated tongue reflex and will grow out of it. They said it could also just be part of his personality. Makes me nervous about what we are in for

I've been thinking about Debbie. I hope she is just really busy with her little guy!
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Old 03-17-2014, 07:57 PM   #1271
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Hey ladies. Just checking in. DH and I have used ovulation sticks for two cycles now, to no avail. We were just back at the doctor tonight. Next Monday I will be getting a HSG done, ink put through the fallopian tubes while they take xrays, to check on that. He said sometimes that itself does something and people get pregnant after it.

If not, he wants to send me to a specialist. He said he normally would not do so this early, but with Connor he is ready to take that step.

He also said he does not anticipate any true problems, he just doesn't want us to be dragged along the normal months long process. We may be skipping a step or so. (He isn't bothering assigning clomid himself, as my cycles are regular.)

He stated that he wants me to get pregnant quick. He is super supportive and understanding. He said that he really doesn't think there is any concern with my next pregnancy, but because we found no reasons for Connor being stillborn, he is going to take every precaution. Among other things, there will be monthly growth scans starting at 20 weeks and non stress tests two times a week starting at 24 weeks. He said he will be watching the baby very closely. It really made me feel good about him as my doctor.

I thought I'd update! Now, let's just hope for some baby dust this next month or so.
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I've been feeling a bit better since I adjusted the timing of my medication for morning sickness. I've managed to get back to my running though way slower. And working on eating a but better since the aversions have calmed a bit. About 13 weeks now, I've gained about 6 lbs from eating carbs around the clock to combat nausea. It worries me because with my others I never really gained until about 17 weeks. Here's hoping it figures itself out. I can't complain since other than terrible morning sickness and heartburn my other 2 pregnancies were uncomplicated so I expect about the same this go around.
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I've been feeling a bit better since I adjusted the timing of my medication for morning sickness. I've managed to get back to my running though way slower. And working on eating a but better since the aversions have calmed a bit. About 13 weeks now, I've gained about 6 lbs from eating carbs around the clock to combat nausea. It worries me because with my others I never really gained until about 17 weeks. Here's hoping it figures itself out. I can't complain since other than terrible morning sickness and heartburn my other 2 pregnancies were uncomplicated so I expect about the same this go around.
I gained 5 pounds right away when I got pregnant with Hannah, it was all water! I lost that 5 and then more up to 6 months when I finally started gaining. I was so bloated, my pants were tighter at 8 weeks than at 18. I bet your gain will settle down, especially since you are exercising (good job!).
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Well I gave pumping my all for 9 weeks and decided I was done. My supply never increased and I was only getting 2-3 oz a day. Miles is doing great on his formula and it's a big weight lifted off my shoulders.
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No need to justify your reasons, Stargirl! You did great, and as you said, Miles is doing great on his formula. Good job, Mommy!
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HSG went well. It was definitely super uncomfortable. The results were that everything is all clear. Well, they said the official results were "remarkable." Which, I found as an odd word, considering the test. lol

I called the specialist my Dr. recommended. It was some generic secretary who took appointments for probably about 20 doctors. I felt really uncomfortable with it, and then they couldn't get us in until June 3.

I spoke to my friend, who has been through it all, and she recommended her specialist. Checked with my doctor, he was good with it. The new doctor got me in April 17. He would have given me an appointment even sooner, but I wanted to wait after my cycle *just in case*. The new office gives me such a better feeling. Smaller office, they have already got in contact with me a few times regarding them contacting insurance and my records, etc. They seem to truly care and be preparing for my appt. Now, hopefully we won't need them!
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HSG went well. It was definitely super uncomfortable. The results were that everything is all clear. Well, they said the official results were "remarkable." Which, I found as an odd word, considering the test. lol

I called the specialist my Dr. recommended. It was some generic secretary who took appointments for probably about 20 doctors. I felt really uncomfortable with it, and then they couldn't get us in until June 3.

I spoke to my friend, who has been through it all, and she recommended her specialist. Checked with my doctor, he was good with it. The new doctor got me in April 17. He would have given me an appointment even sooner, but I wanted to wait after my cycle *just in case*. The new office gives me such a better feeling. Smaller office, they have already got in contact with me a few times regarding them contacting insurance and my records, etc. They seem to truly care and be preparing for my appt. Now, hopefully we won't need them!
That is great news Suzie! I am glad you went with your gut. I would much rather take a recommendation from a friend who had actually used a doctor. I'm sure the other doctor would have been fine but this sounds like a really good fit.

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Well I gave pumping my all for 9 weeks and decided I was done. My supply never increased and I was only getting 2-3 oz a day. Miles is doing great on his formula and it's a big weight lifted off my shoulders.
Miles needs a happy mom MUCH more than he needs breastmilk. No comparison. It is so not worth it to make yourself miserable. Bet you are feeling so much better and like yourself!! I'm happy for you!
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That is great news Suzie! I am glad you went with your gut. I would much rather take a recommendation from a friend who had actually used a doctor. I'm sure the other doctor would have been fine but this sounds like a really good fit.

When are you expecting AF? I'll be crossing my fingers for you!
April 12 I'm hoping we have reason to cancel the appointment. If not, we will take it a step at a time.
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Well, looks like I don't get to cancel our consult appt with the specialist. At least we can start trying to figure things out.
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Miles needs a happy mom MUCH more than he needs breastmilk. No comparison. It is so not worth it to make yourself miserable. Bet you are feeling so much better and like yourself!! I'm happy for you!
Thanks I really do. It was the right decision for us.

Suzie- I'm sorry that you still have to go to the appt. Thinking good thoughts for you today.
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Well, looks like I don't get to cancel our consult appt with the specialist. At least we can start trying to figure things out.
Just realized the date today and came in to check on you. Things should start getting sorted out now You're headed in the right direction.
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Hi everyone! I just found this site, and this thread, and wanted to introduce myself. My husband and I are expecting our first child, we're 8 wks 5 days as of today. Estimated due date is November 21. My husband and I have been on a keto diet since early January of this year and have each lost around 25lbs with very little pain or effort, the first diet (although I consider it a way of eating now and not a diet) I've ever been on that I can say that!

I've been lucky and haven't had any nausea/morning sickness or strong food aversions which has made maintaining a VLC diet (<20 net grams of carb daily) much easier I'm sure. Other than missing periods and wicked, but decreasing, breast tenderness I don't really feel pregnant, although the pregnancy test and my midwife assure me that I am!

Speaking of our midwife, has anyone else on here utilized a midwife? Or chosen to birth at home? She is the only CNM who does home births in our area so my insurance might actually cover her services! We just had to apply for a gap exception since they cover other CNMs (who only work in hospitals). She's awesome so even if they don't cover her as in network it will be worth it! She does all of our appointments at our house so I can be in a familiar and comfortable environment, etc. Although it was a little weird to have a physical exam in my bedroom lol.

I had my initial blood work and urine analysis done last week at LabCorp and haven't heard anything - which is good - they fax the results to my midwife and she said she would only contact me if there was anything concerning. We'll review them at our next appointment on May 6th regardless. I hope she doesn't freak if they tested for ketones and found them. Since I haven't heard from her, I'm thinking not. I explained that I was on a low carb, whole foods diet but didn't actually explain keto to her so we'll see.

Has anyone on here maintained a <20g carb level throughout a pregnancy? I've done as much research as possible but of course much of it is contradictory. I would appreciate someone's actual experience with it!

I look forward to seeing more updates from everyone and sharing my own!
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Right4keto: I don't have experience but I wanted to bump this thread up because I know another member, suzanneyea, stayed very low carb throughout her pregnancy and while nursing. She looks fantastic and had a healthy baby boy. I know she can give you some good tips!

Suzie, how did your appointment go?
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Thank you for asking. It was a very overwhelming appointment. He is very concerned with our losing Connor. He looked at the autopsy and took away a different view than the obgyn did. As of right now, he does not want us trying at all on our own or otherwise. He wants to do some testing first. Which is a good thing but also difficult to not be upset about waiting longer.

I went and got blood drawn that day for some tests. I go back to him on the 30th for some special blood work that gets sent into a specific lab. Then, I also go to genetic services at the same hospital on the 30th. They will be giving me a genetic consultation. I am not sure what all that entails at this time.

He seemed optimistic that he would find a specific reason we lost Connor, so that we can prevent it from happening again. He showed a lot of concern that it could happen again though, if we didn't take some sort of action to find out what happened and how to prevent it.

I'm hoping we get some specific, and fixable, answers.

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Thank you for asking. It was a very overwhelming appointment. He is very concerned with our losing Connor. He looked at the autopsy and took away a different view than the obgyn did. As of right now, he does not want us trying at all on our own or otherwise. He wants to do some testing first. Which is a good thing but also difficult to not be upset about waiting longer.

I went and got blood drawn that day for some tests. I go back to him on the 30th for some special blood work that gets sent into a specific lab. Then, I also go to genetic services at the same hospital on the 30th. They will be giving me a genetic consultation. I am not sure what all that entails at this time.

He seemed optimistic that he would find a specific reason we lost Connor, so that we can prevent it from happening again. He showed a lot of concern that it could happen again though, if we didn't take some sort of action to find out what happened and how to prevent it.

I'm hoping we get some specific, and fixable, answers.

Thank you so much for asking.
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