July pregnancy

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    Re: July pregnancy

    I think I'm seeing some bl00dy show.  This baby cannot come yet!  NOT READY!  That can happen quite a while before baby actually shows up, right??  i can't remember with Zoe!
     
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    Re: July pregnancy

    Keep us updated Poppy, but bloody show can arrive up to two weeks in advance of delivery. Every pregnancy is different though!
     
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    Re: July pregnancy

    quick question, because after my last visit, I really, really want to totally ignore some medical advice. (and to top it off, it wasn't my normal doctor)  beware- this is a bit TMI- I have had soft stools with some blood, but don't think that i have hemorrhoids. I have had no increase in gas and it isn't all bowel movements.

    they said the first step was to try eliminating dairy to see if I had become lactose intolerant. problem is, for most of my third trimester I have felt awful and really only wanted milk, cheese, and ice cream (e.g., mac and cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches, etc).  I have started to think about what I would have to eliminate from my diet, and really, there isn't much that I typically eat that I could continue to eat because it all has some dairy in it.

    and so I googled it because I wanted to see what I could eat, and everything I found says that women become less lactose intolerant during pregnancy if they started that way- and I have never had a problem with lactose.  since the baby continues to grow in to this huge monster (above 97%ile now) I don't think that it is affecting the baby, and given how uncomfortable, hot and tired I am, trying to create a completely new diet overnight is really making me sad and quite frankly seems overwhelming. but I am one of those diligent rule followers...
     
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    Re: July pregnancy

    Winter, see august dscussion for help lactose tips.
     

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