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25 newest comments

kvalles91 (14.5 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
30 weeks!! 5 more day and ill be 8 months!!!





Mama Jay (18.5 days ago)
In Feeding and Care > How long should you breastfeed
With my first son I breastfed for a year, I hope with my son to come I can do the same thing...





bryandra (20.6 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
almost 13 weeks, (: i wish time would go by a little faster. im not showing...





domosplace (20.6 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
SOOOO COOOL 5wks i cant wait to see my nugget on the scan : )





ChoclateMommie (21.7 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
17 weeks!!! so anxious for my 21 week scan...i will be finding out if my baby a boy or girl; sooooo excited!





kvalles91 (26.7 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
almost 29 weeks!! I cant wait for my baby girl





Rea (29.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
I used pregnancy test and the result is negative :(





Sarita (29.8 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
good one....





alizah (31.5 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
I am so excited to finally be 5 months (20 weeks), seems like time is going so slow!





lindelle (40.8 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
23 weeks almost six months woot woot





flo5356 (46.7 days ago)
In x > Miscarriage
Hello i am 6 week pregnant and i start it to spotting a bit then one day i went to the toilet i had a big gash come out there was a lot of blood, i friket out and i went to the A&E they did same blood test and it came out that i was pregnant.

when i did a scan they said that they code not see anything because it was to early on. i did a blood test to see if my HCG was going down or not but i still have not hard from any one yet. when i spoke to the doctor they said that i am going throw the cycil on my period. like you would do every mouth.

i don`t knew if i have miscarry and they are not saying anything. i have no cramps no pain at all.

can same one help me.





AllAmericanGal94 (51.4 days ago)
In x > Step Families
My step-daughter is super excited to be a big sister....





ttc19 (57.5 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
This is so cool <3





neethu (85.1 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation





gengengaona22 (86.2 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation





midnightschild13 (90.4 days ago)
In Fertility > Pregnancy tests
So listen. I can`t remember my LMP (irresponsible as a woman I know but i know it was like days before christmas. I know because me and sis are pretty inline and mine started the days hers ended and i THINK it was the 17th but could have been 20th. Well we both experienced bleeding on the same days this month. she said she wasn`t expecting AF till the 13th and she was having a normal AF. I had some weird light bleeding the 7-8-9th and then expect i would have my real period by today at least and still nothing. Been super emotional like i get the day before my period. But I just tested and it was BFN. So whats up? My bbs do feel a bit fuller but they are 44dd and its kind of hard to tell.... I have been gassy and nauseous but never really throw up until i have a cough spell. I have been really tired. exhausted some days even. Peeing seems about normal but i also feel like my smell is heightened. I just don`t see why i would have all these symptoms and NO BFP?? I was pregnant a few months ago and lost it at about 6 weeks due to stress. I am freaking about my body wondering why things are sooo off.





walat (91.1 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation





exmoncivais (93.3 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation





raven (100 days ago)
In Health and Development > In your 20s
@raven - “cant wait to see my ...„
wouldnt





raven (100 days ago)
In Health and Development > In your 20s
cant wait to see my lillbaby im 19 n alot is being put on hold but id would change anything





Ronnie (113.4 days ago)
In Health and Development > Constipation
Can any one please give me a remedy to back ache that is slowly tearing my partner apart please.... Thanks





kthomas0621 (129.7 days ago)
In Fertility > Endometriosis
Just wanted to share my story and give anyone with endometriosis a little hope…I tried for four years to get pregnant on my own with no success. I then had a failed IUI and an IVF cycle that ended in miscarriage. Two months later, I am pregnant with no treatment. Miracles happen everyday. Never give up!





jamare (131.6 days ago)
In x > Miscarriage
i suffered two lost and i am a total wreck i blame myself none stop. miscarriages often makes you feel guilty





ankitamohanlal (147.7 days ago)
In Fertility > PCOS





dontblink178 (150.2 days ago)
In Health and Development > Development animation
I like how the belly button sticks out from 39 weeks to 40 weeks :) when I was pregnant with my son it popped out and I took a picture and said that most mean I`m done and I had him in my arms less than two days later :D







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