The oldest question

Which came first: The horrible cold that led to puking, cramps and frequent runs for the bathroom OR puking, cramps and frequent runs for the bathroom as a sign of early labor, leaving a 9 month pregnant woman tied to her couch and stopwatch, time contractions instead of sleeping?

Ok, so maybe not the oldest question.

As a public service announcement for all pregnant women, please take note. If you are sick – even just a little sick, like coughing or a running nose or a symptom that’s kind of annoying but wouldn’t cause an otherwise healthy person to take a day off or skip a party – STAY THE EFF AWAY. My body is already dealing with one 8 lb parasite, it doesn’t need millions of tiny ones running amok. Thanks bunches.

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3 Responses to “The oldest question”

  1. lalaland13 says:

    Oh gosh I’m sorry. Are you OK? Do you need to call your doc or something? I’m so sorry you have the double whammy of sickness and a baby. How far apart are the contractions?

    Sending you hugs and vitamins.

  2. bebehblog says:

    They are (sort of unfortunately) not real contractions, although last night I considered going in to L&D when they were 5 minutes apart for a little while. It didn’t last. The only concern for the baby is dehydration can affect my amniotic fluid, so I’m trying to drink as much tea and water as possible. I already have a doctor’s appointment Monday, I’m going to ask for an ultrasound to check Baby E’s fluid levels but unless throwing up actually starts real labor all I can do is rest and cough. Thanks for the hugs honey!

  3. AGreenEyeDevil says:

    Oh this sounds miserable. Hang in there, I hope those contractions kick in SOON!

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