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Latest Activity: Jul 5, 2012
Started by efrat Nov 23, 2011.
Started by Marci For Birth Choice. Last reply by Rachael Riley Nov 10, 2011.
Started by Jenny. Last reply by Jenny Aug 25, 2011.
Thanks for your information Jenny, you must know how it feels being panic and wanting to know everything that is right for you and your baby so you can have a healthy baby as you are having your first one yourself. I'm just curious I'll get once in a while light cramps it feels like that it will last me 1-2 minutes and its not all the time but it's a few times. Is that normal throughout the beginning of a pregnancy?
High quality Atlantic krill oil is a better option for meat eaters as it doesn't pose a risk of mercury contamination since they are so tiny. I personally take Ovega-3. The Omega 3 is sourced from algae. I was taking flax oil, but this seems like it's better quality, and it also has DHA & EPA, the flax doesn't. I wouldn't worry about the fish oil you have taken already. You are only 4 weeks and you already stopped, you should be fine (: Krill oil would be your best option if you want animal sourced Omega 3.
Thanks Jenny, this is very helpful. I am 4 weeks pregnant and this is our first child as well and I'm also a natural living kinda girl. I have been taking some Omegas and I was just reading online somewhere that it said that we should stay away from fish because of the mercury. So I stopped taking it but I'm just curious if it could have done some harm?
@ Jaqui - I live in Texas and my midwife cost is $3500. She is a CPM, my insurance only covers CNM's :( But I love who I chose and I'm not willing to sacrifice anything as this is my first baby. I was told I could file with ins and appeal it, but it's not likely they will pay anything. I decided against a CNM because they have a lot of hospital training and I am more of a natural living kinda girl, a CNM just doesn't fit for me. As for your diet, I am almost a full time vegan. I eat almost no animal products at all. I have been so nauseous lately it's been hard to eat anything. I normally avoid microwaves all together, but I have been eating some organic vegan soups lately that I heat in the micro. I only do it at work though, maybe twice a week. I personally think microwaves are very bad for our health, and it changes the molecules in our food... But every once in a while won't hurt I don't think.
Congrats Jaqui, i hope you have a smooth pregnancy. I'm affraid i can't really advise about the microwave as i don't use them but good luck with everything.
Hey ladies!! We got our BFP and we are SO excited as this is our first child! I know this is a "Trying to Conceive & Waiting to Try" group but I just have a few questions to those out there who are experienced and know. I am health freak and so I'm just curious on things that I should avoid. I'm celiac and lactose and can't eat meat because of digestive problems so I don't eat a whole lot of bad foods but If i were to warm up some food on the microwave is what alright? If there is anything else I should know I would appreciate it and thanks again ladies!! :)
CONGRATS Alyse!!! So happy to see another BFP=)
@ Jaquie It really vary on where you live, in So Cal its $5,000 plus and I have heard of MW getting coved but you have to pay upfront and the MW bills after the birth and will give back what they get. I look for a low coast MW right now and if I dont find one I going to have a UC Good Luck=)
@ Emily I really hope this is your month=)) i know it was so hard TTC with a 4 year old. GL & FC
Tons of BABY dust to all
Wow... Congrats to everyone who got their BFP!! I have a feeling that this might be my month!! I'm supposed to O today... So fingers crossed!! It sure does take a lot of planning to get pregnant when your husband works nights and you only have a few hours a day to spend together along with your 3 1/2 year old.... lol... Oh well... I'm already so anxious to be able to test... I guess we will see how long I can hold out... :)
Thanks ladies! :) I was just wondering if any of you know how much it cost to have a midwife deliver your baby here in the states? I know every midwife is different but roughly how much? and have you guys come across any midwifes that are cover through insurance? Thanks :)
Wow there has been alot of BFPs here lately :) congrats Alyse. :D Whatever it is i hope it's catching LOL. Hope all you ladies are ok.
Baby dust to all.
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