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Friday, December 20, 2013

Ten Days of Giveaways Day 4: $50 to Walmart

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7 comments:

  1. LOVE this post. I had gallbladder issues as well, luckily before my first child was born. I found you on Bloggy Moms ;)

    http://amandachazz.blogspot.com/

    There's my link in case you'd like to visit.

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  2. I also had gallbladder issues and was put on Nexium which really helped. The problem was that each month the medicine cost 200 dollars. Thankfully a friend had a whole months worth of Nexium that she gave me. I am so glad you are a birth rights advocate. You have really opened my eyes to a lot of things. Recently I think a friend of mine was lied to by her doctor so she would be forced to have a c-section because it would be better time-wise for the doctor. I'm hearing more and more stories about moms who are having c-sections that seem unnecessary. Before I had Jack I thought the doctor was the authority. If he said it then that was the way it was. Now I know how important it is to be in charge of your own birth.

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  3. I was at my OB/GYN two weeks before I found out I was pregnant in severe pain, cramping, and bleeding. Took a pregnancy test (negative) and was told I possibly had Pelvic Inflammatory disease and they took cultures. Cultures were negative and two weeks later I took another test and was preggers.

    Also I had gall bladder issues when not pregnant and that was awful. Ended up having it removed in 2004. I could not imagine gall bladder attacks on top of pregnancy. UGH

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  4. Apparently gallbladder issues are really common in women during and after pregnancy because all the hormones mess with your digestive system. I am so so sorry that you went through everything you did during and after Jack's birth. Hugs!

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  5. I think I had an attack a few months before I found out I was pregnant, but didn't know what it was and it went away on its own. It was awful

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  6. great post. I only have one good story about pregnancies that I can think of off the top of my head - when i got pregnant with Zachary, I happened to have had an appt. with my infertility dr. and they did an u/s...but they didn't see a heartbeat so they told me I might miscarry. turns out I was just not far enough along to see it...but I thought I was going to miscarry so I drank a glass of wine that night!

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  7. The weekend Ewan was conceived was the weekend I went a little crazy at a wine bar....oops!

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