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TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« Last post by Ria1712 on April 01, 2019, 02:56:10 AM »
So glad both are doing well Angela and a great present for her on mothers day. I hope they both continue to do well and that they are home as a family as soon as possible.

Didn't realise how close in pregnancy we actually are, I was 21 weeks on Saturday. They are inducing me around a week or 2 early as they said the longer he stays in the better and I can still have a natural labour just need to be induced so both hospitals are prepared. I was told last week by my midwife she has another women going through the exact same thing and we both had our scans around the same time, until then she had never heard of it. It's the rarest and worst heart condition anyone can be born with but he can do it and I just know that he will continue fighting.

We move to our new house on Friday and it's making me feel very emotional as we have made the choice to not set up his nursery. I just think it will be too hard even if he does do really well it's going to be a long time before he uses it and it will just be a constant reminder. I know I shouldn't of but wanted to make sure my partner is speaking to someone as he won't really go into depth with me about a lot of it, he has been talking to his cousin and said he's going to stick by my choice but he's not sure if putting him through he surgery is the best option and think he has it in his mind that we will loose him either way. It's just hard cause I'm the one that's still feeling him kick away whilst all this is going on and the more I think about it the more I know that even if they say something comes back on these tests I just can't let him go
Periods / Periods after implant
« Last post by SophieT on April 01, 2019, 02:21:18 AM »
Hi, can you tell me how long it took for your periods to become regular again after having an implant taken out?

When I had the implant in I only bled every 3 months for a whole month on and off.

I’ve had my implant out and then I started a very light period a week after. But had just bled the week before taking it out.

Any advice?
Not sure when to start testing for my ovulation?
Just for teens / Re: Too young for sex??
« Last post by Abiemarie17 on March 31, 2019, 05:18:05 PM »
My first time having sex I was 15 and three months from being 16! The guy I had sex with I thought I was in love with and the next night he went and sleep with his ex! And cheated on me! I didn’t have sex again for a while. The next time I did I was 16 and the guy I had sex with the second time is my boyfriend right now! I think 15 is too young but 16 is okay!
TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« Last post by AngelaFox on March 30, 2019, 04:11:32 PM »
Things change so quickly. My SIL was taken for csection tonight and she has given birth to a baby boy weighing 1.2kg. Both are doing well so far and hope it stays that way.
Beauty & Fashion / Is it fine to be short
« Last post by KappaCactus on March 30, 2019, 12:04:09 PM »
Okay so I went to the doctor and she told me I was shorter than the average height for teenagers (I’m 14 and I’m 4 foot 11) and I would probably stay like that for most of my life time. Freaking kill me! everyone else is really tall and I’m stuck down here!!! Can someone even tell me the perks of being short because there sorta is none
Beauty & Fashion / Re: Waxing and shaving
« Last post by KappaCactus on March 30, 2019, 11:47:52 AM »
Are you supposed to shave your arms?
I get teased a lot because I don’t shave my arms and my mom says I’m not supposed to. My arm hair are literally as long my own dogs hair HELP MEEEE :'(
TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« Last post by AngelaFox on March 29, 2019, 07:13:26 AM »
Oh I am so sorry Ria. I hope all works out well, just do whats best for you and baby and take it easy. When will they induce you? My cousin had surgery on her heart when she was born and she is a thriving teenager now.

I am good thank you, 18 weeks and currently waiting for keys to our new house as we are moving today! My SIL is also doing good. They did let her go home but today they saw a consultant and because of the cord positioning they are gonna keep her now in hospital until she gives birth. All is fine it’s just as soon she goes into labour they need to do c-section in matter of 10min and can’t waste any time. But apart from that her waters broke 2 weeks ago and baby is still happy staying inside and cooking. She is 29 weeks on monday and hoping she can last at least until 34 weeks.
TTC / Re: TTC buddy
« Last post by Ria1712 on March 29, 2019, 02:03:42 AM »
Hey how is everyone?
Angela how's the pregnancy and how's your SIL doing?

So I've not been on for a few days as been trying to get my head round things. On Tuesday we had confirmation that our little boy has hypoplastic left heart syndrome (also known as half a heart) we have at the moment decided to keep going with the pregnancy as he's doing really well and go down the surgical route which will mean the 3 of us basically living at the hospital for his first year. We could come home for short periods of time in between his first and second op but not many do. We are having the amino test on Tuesday to make sure there is nothing else as we need to make sure we're giving him a good chance in life and not just being selfish.

The good thing is he's healthy and safe while I'm pregnant, I can still carry him to term and will have an induced labour. That's due to the fact we will deliver him at one hospital and be transported to another within a few hours. As long as I can deliver him naturally then we all can go over together but if I have to had a c section then dad and Leo will be transferred without me until the say I'm well enough to join them. Just want to add our hospitals have been amazing so far and we're lucky to live close to one of the best heart hospitals in the country. Also if you ever need them the little hearts matter charity are amazing the have gave us a book on his condition so we can prepare and offer extra support in different ways and try to make sure you have considered and got everything ready before he's here.
Health / Re: Vaginaa Help :(
« Last post by Zebrasarecool on March 27, 2019, 05:15:36 PM »
Try waxing, go to a professional though, instead and using sugar scrubs.
Health / Re: STD Testing
« Last post by Zebrasarecool on March 27, 2019, 05:10:13 PM »
I think suggesting it either way, if your parents don’t know you’re sexually active, will concern your parents. If you are in college, you can go to the school’s infirmary and do a test there and it will be billed to your account. For my school it was super cheap, $15, so they billed it to my account and I paid it with my debit card and the statement did not say STD test or anything like that and my parents are none the wiser.
Also yes you could still have an STD but have no symptoms so it’s always good to keep yourself up to date with your sexual health.
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