Losing The Baby Weight Fast

losing the baby weight fast

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  • Birth mass is the mass of a baby at its birth. It has direct links with the gestational age at which the child was born and can be estimated during the pregnancy by measuring fundal height.

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You'll Lose the Baby Weight: (And Other Lies about Pregnancy and Childbirth)

You'll Lose the Baby Weight: (And Other Lies about Pregnancy and Childbirth)

You’ll Lose the Baby Weight is a humorous look at pregnancy and childbirth. The author shares the parts about pregnancy that your doctor doesn’t tell you--like how many times you are asked to pee whether you want to or not, from figuring out if you're pregnant by peeing on a pee stick to every time you go in for your doctor visit. And then there is the time when you are not allowed to pee but are bursting to when you’re five months pregnant and have to drink thirty-two ounces of water for your ultrasound--and it feels like you've drank fifty-five gallons. As she shares stories from her own six pregnancies and births and those of her friends, Dawn cues readers into the important things they need to know, like how they should order their epidural as soon as they see a pink line on the pregnancy test, the unexpected changes your body goes through, and the fact that they will never again sleep through the night uninterrupted. This book even offers advice for fathers-to-be, including a list of things not to do in the delivery room if they don’t want a bedpan thrown at their heads.
With such chapters as "I’m Not a Doctor; I Just Play One on TV" and "Morning Sickness: It Isn’t Just for Breakfast Anymore," each chapter opens with a list of tips--some serious and some not--including things not to be suckered into buying for your baby and the essentials that you really do need. This hilarious book takes readers through nine months of pregnancy and all the accompanying symptoms to labor and delivery and the weeks postpartum. It will have readers doubled over in laughter, as it walks them through pregnancy with sympathetic honesty. While acknowledging that pregnancy is not always easy, the end result of that sweet-smelling, soft baby somehow make it all worth while.

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When the weather was hot the other week Bella was looking very hot and bothered, when she went off her food we decided we better act fast. She has been a finicky eater all her life, so if she goes off her food it takes weeks, if not months to get her back on to it and back to a good weight.

A couple of years ago when we last went through a hot spell and she reacted the same way we took drastic action and clipped all her long fur. WIthin a few minutes of being clipped she was bounding around looking much happier and cooler.

So when the last hot spell had the same effect we decided to give her another clip. Well it turns out it was the best decision we had ever made. Whilst trimming her I notice she had a bit of discharge coming out of her lady bits. This worried me. She had finished a season about 3 weeks previous, so I knew it wasn't that. My immediate fear was Pyometra. I remember the Rough Collie I grew up with suffering with the same condition and we almost lost her. She had to have emergency treatment and she was living on a knife edge for a week at the vets under special care. So I was now very worried.

I carried out the rest of her trim in a rushed panic, and ordered Chris to get her up to the vets straight away, as having checked her more thoroughly I discovered she also had discharge coming from her bottom :(

Anyway, the vet said it looked like an infection, shaved her belly and gave her an ultrasound. He couldn't see anything to worry about too much, and gave her some antibiotics and an injection. Then an appointment was made for 5 days later, when he would check her again.

5 days pass, and Chris took her back to the Vets. Again he shaved her belly a little more and re scanned her. This time it showed that she did indeed have Pyometra :( SO she was booked in for surgery the following morning to have her womb removed.

The past 20 days or so have been an nightmare. Just the thought of my little girl being in pain was one thing, but to hear her cry in pain was another :( Luckily the pain killers worked on that. But I was still worried about her. I couldn't face losing her. After losing her sister Honey a few years back, I ... well I just couldn't face that again.

Yesterday Bella went to the vets for her last check and to have her stitches removed. I am please to say that my baby is now healthy again :) We still have to keep an eye on her for a few more days before we can leave her alone, but she is worth the trouble, so I wont complain. The vet said we should be proud of the fact we spotted the infection so early, as it could have been much worse. So that something I guess.

This picture will also be the only one of her like this! This was taken that first day after her rushed trim, LOL. Today I am going to spend a little time perfecting the cut. Poor thing has been laughed at and all sorts during her many visits to the vets recently! Well I did say it was a rushed trim :D


Update on My Weight

Update on My Weight

Being pregnant was such a wonderful experience for me. From having the flat tummy, then it getting bigger day to day. Having nice body shape, then it changed obviously. But nothing caught my attention more than my baby... I was stuck in my own momma-to-be happy world... During my pregnancy period, I was a happy go lucky person, bahagia yang amat sangat seperti berada di awangan, and I never felt like that in my life before...
Arghhh somehow I wish to get pregnant again as soon as possible, hahaha. However, before that I must stabilize my emotion first. I don't know what happen to me, I realized after gave birth, I'm kinda easy to get angry, very hot-tempered person. I hate myself now. I really HATE myself. huhu
Oh Tuhan Ya Rabbi, kurniakan kesabaran buatku...

Lets get back to the title!

In my previous entry, I did mentioned about my ideal weight dilemma. And guess what? I do not reached my target yet!!! hahaha... Few days ago, my sis Nawwal asked me about my current weight, and now I would like to write about it.
My ideal weight supposed to be around 45-47kg, which after confinement, my weight was 49@50kg, and now it is 50@51kg. Yes, it increased instead, huwaaa... (errr, I put the "@" cause my penimbang bukan digital-type, so kadang2 jarumnya tunjuk 50, kadang 51 pulak, hehe. Kena tunggu lepas dia rosak baru boleh beli yang canggih manggih boleh baca hingga 2 titik perpuluhan tu, kelas gitu!)
I have control my food intake but errkk I think I failed sometime, haha. I did fasting even though for just 5 days, hihi... Exercise? yes, at least once a week. Conclusion, I do not take serious to lose my weight so that's why there is no good result! Serve me right! *sigh*
Tak apa laa, biar masa yang menentukan...
That's all my new update about my current weight, hihi...

losing the baby weight fast

losing the baby weight fast

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