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#1 Ali2013

Posted 01 August 2013 - 08:37 AM

i was due on the 25th. this pregnancy has been absolute hell, and this morning after getting up somewhere between 6 and 10 times to go to the loo - and then getting up at 4.30 because i just cant sleep - im OVER IT!!!!!
im a week overdue with no sign of bub arriving. the whole pregnancy everyone said id be early due to a circumvallate placenta, irritable uterus, threatened prem labour at 34 weeks, baby dropped super early.
ive also had severe pelvic girdle pain for months. the next person who tells me that pregnancy is enjoyable, or that i should be enjoying these last few weeks is going to cop a slap. IM HATING IT! IM MISERABLE AND I DONT WANT TO DO THIS ANYMORE!

ive tried everything except for caster oil to get things happening,  but i really just wanted to let the baby be born whenshe is ready. now im staring down the barrel of an induction, and and im guessing my plan for a waterbirth is out the window.  even if i wanted to beg my doc for an induction i cant get an appointment before monday when i will be 11 days over - when ill be induced anyway.

im tired, foul tempered and i just cant stand being pregnant anymore.  the thought of waiting 4 or 5 more days makes me want to smash my head against a wall.




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