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Hypothyroid and Pregnancy.
Many complications can arise during a pregnancy. These issues can be the cause of a significant amount of stress and anxiety. Knowing how your current medical conditions can change during pregnancy can help prevent much of this stress and the possible complications. Hypothyroid is one of those conditions that can change during the course of your pregnancy.
Weight gain can be hard to handle during pregnancy. Especially if you having been working for years to lose excess weight. In most cases, weight gain is inevitable during pregnancy. But not everyone will experience it in the same way.
Good things: Yesterday marked 24 weeks. The baby is about the size of a corn on the cob. And bambino is down right active!
Other things that can be not so good: I received news that I probably will need a c-section. Still processing this.
Week 24 and going strong!
Good things: I am 21 weeks now. My energy level is great. I have no nausea. Baby is growing like a weed— my app tells me he/she (or shim as we call the little one) is the size of a banana this week. We already have a crib for shim to catch some zzz’s. All good things.
Bad things: I was working on my baby shower address list last night and couldn’t think of my best friend’s last name. Seriously. If this is what they mean by pregnancy brain, it is for the birds. Pass the B-Complex so hopefully I can remember how to tie my shoes tomorrow.
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A lot of questions arise during pregnancy. Even the most cavalier of people will have some questions to google. With my first one due in July, I have been one of those people. I ask my doctor, sisters, and even read peer-reviewed research about certain things. I hope that the information I gather can be a resource for you. Hence, the video series. Today on the Pregnancy Diaries we are starting at square one.
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