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Just wanting to find the ladies expecting February babies! Ive been seeing lots of bfps and wanted to say hi and congratulations! I got my bfp last week and my edd is February 8. I already have two February babies so i was kind of surprised when i got my bfp. Anyone want to share their story?

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My advice to you ladies who are pregnant for the first time is to find an ob you really like and are totally comfortable with. 9 months is a long journey and you need to be able to trust them completely. Talk and ask a lot of questions about everything. If you want a natural birth talk about that early and often because they tend to push things on you when you are in labor. Remember that they work for you! You shouldn't be intimidated by them. No question or fear or concerns are stupid so don't let them dismiss you.

1 year ago • Post starter

thank you for the advice! I just called and they said they are going to do a urine test Thurs to confirm and it'll give me a proof of pregnancy. Then they said they will give me a list of OBGYNs so I will see who they really recommend. So, one step at a time....

1 year ago

@KBRO2689 yeah I remember ?? We are around the same time which will be nice to follow each other’s journey along with all the other ladies in the post!
For me with it being my first pregnancy I got my faint positive pretty early at only 11 days post ovulation. My GP in Australian is free so went to see her and she straight away suggest bloods to confirm and then bloods 48 hours later to confirm numbers are doubling.
With this being my first pregnancy I was also really confused as to what to do next so I went to my GP today who did a full set of bloods including HCG again and has given me a refferal for a dating scan to make sure everything is where it should be!
Feeling really lucky that my GP is being this thorough as I’ve read so many stories of people having to wait and I’m not patient enough for that!
I feel like if you go in for you gyno appointment you’ll be able to get a step by step of what’s to come for the first trimester. My doctor went through this with me today so feeling a lot more calm knowing what she has planned next for me ! Don’t hesitate to ask for things from your doctor, they’ll often given you more if they know you know what you’re talking about. I’m a registered nurse so maybe that’s helping in the way my doctor is being so thorough!
@senyeart4 100% agree this is my first pregnancy but already having a GPthat is thorough and able to answer my question despite me being so early on has been remarkable I feel like everyone should feel that way about there doctors

1 year ago

That's awesome! It is really hard to find such a good doctor. Im glad they were so good as to take the time to explain things and put you at ease. I find the doctors here in the states just rush and don't take the time to explain. Pregnancy is so overwhelming and you worry about everything(or maybe thats just me lol)!

1 year ago • Post starter

@senyeart4 no I completely agree, so many stories I’ve heard have really painted Doctors horribly in pregancy especially early pregnancy so I was nervous but she has been great with everything so far. Fingers crossed it stays this way and hopefully KBRO2689 is able to find someone who is willing to put it the time!
Have you had any scans yet @senyeart4 ?

1 year ago

Not yet. Im 6w 3d. My ob likes to do scans at about 8 weeks but since my losses were at 10,12,10 weeks, i got them to push it out to 10 weeks. So, just a little less than 4 weeks to go, which is an eternity! But i know i will have way too much anxiety weeks 10 to 13 if i don't wait. Who am i kidding, i will be stressing either way lol Early pregnancy is so darn hard!

1 year ago • Post starter

Oh okay that’s fair enough. Sorry about your loses I hope this baby is healthy
With it being my first pregnancy I’m so super glad to be getting an early scan even if I only see the gestation sac as I just want to know it’s where it should be but I understand feeling nervous around that time mark for you !
I’m going overseas for 2 weeks around that time which I am nervous about so really glad I’m getting a scan before I go

1 year ago

Hello & congratulations!
I got my BFP @ 9 dpo & my due date is Feb 1st! This is so exciting to me since this is going to be my first! Hope everyone has a happy & healthy 9 months!!

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1 year ago

Congratulations Sabrinaaababy! That's so exciting! Welcome to the February club!

1 year ago • Post starter

Congrats everyone!

I did my last ic today with almost equal lines, and a digital that showed 2-3 still. My only symptoms so far are sensitive brests and nipples, and now and then mild aches in lower abd. I did get a hunger attack tonight and had to have a cookie while waiting for dinner, but I sometimes get them anyway. At least I've passed the mark where my last short pregnancy ended (that was about 5+2-3 and I'm 5+4 today). I've got a scan scheduled but it's July 13, so a long way away still... Almost 9 full weeks then, if this one ever makes it that far. A couple of days after the scan I'm going to see my family (I live in another country), and hopefully can give good news!

How's everyone else?

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