Category Archives: pregnancy after infertility

38 Weeks and We Have a Plan!

Sorry for being so crap at updating as of late! Life keeps getting in the way of very important blogging! You’ll be glad to know that I was discharged promptly after my night in hospital as the drugs brought my … Continue reading

Posted in 2015, baby, baby Eden, baby girl, back pain, blood pressure, clinics, engaged, first baby, full term, high blood pressure, hypertension, labour, lesbians, lgbt, London, maternity, midwife, pregnancy, pregnancy after infertility, pregnancy after loss, two mums | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

First Ever Hospital Admission

Yesterday I went in for my routine blood pressure monitoring at the antenatal day unit. Having tested it at home before I left, I had a feeling it was going to be high. When we got there we waited a … Continue reading

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Thirty Four Weeks!

Thirty four weeks pregnant – can you believe that? That means only three weeks until full term and only six weeks until her due date! So that means she could come any time between three weeks from now and eight … Continue reading

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Frustrations of Pregnancy After Infertility

This is a post I’ve been thinking about writing for a while, and I think I’ve just about got my thoughts together enough to put them into words. Some people might say this is a bit of a “first world … Continue reading

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