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  • Miscarriage Information | Risk, Prevention, Coping - Huggies
    Week by Week Take a look at each week of your pregnancy from conception to birth with our comprehensive email newsletters Join now Thank you Remember check your email and click on the link in the Huggies welcome email to confirm your details You ll need to activate to enter promotions find out more Didn t get the email Resend now What best describes you I m trying to conceive I m having a baby I m a parent I m a carer Congratulations Tell us a little bit about your child Gender Don t know yet Boy Girl Born I agree to the Conditions of use I agree to Opt in to Huggies emails Error Join Huggies Close Huggies Site Conditions of Use This website is operated by Kimberly Clark Australia Pty Limited or its affiliates and has been created for your information education entertainment and communication You should read the full Site Terms and Conditions so you know what is available through this site and what your obligations and rights are when you access and use this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to

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  • Baby Shower Ideas | Get Inspired and Creative - Huggies
    Week Pregnancy Calculator Early Stages of Pregnancy Pregnancy Health and Care Pregnancy Complications Miscarriage Baby Nursery Maternity Leave Baby Shower Ideas Pregnancy Week by Week Take a look at each week of your pregnancy from conception to birth with our comprehensive email newsletters Join now Thank you Remember check your email and click on the link in the Huggies welcome email to confirm your details You ll need to activate to enter promotions find out more Didn t get the email Resend now What best describes you I m trying to conceive I m having a baby I m a parent I m a carer Congratulations Tell us a little bit about your child Gender Don t know yet Boy Girl Born I agree to the Conditions of use I agree to Opt in to Huggies emails Error Join Huggies Close Huggies Site Conditions of Use This website is operated by Kimberly Clark Australia Pty Limited or its affiliates and has been created for your information education entertainment and communication You should read the full Site Terms and Conditions so you know what is available through this site and what your obligations and rights are when you access and use this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained

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  • Why Activate Your Membership? - The Huggies Club - Huggies
    activate and verify your membership Tell us a little about you Please select a description I m trying to conceive I m having a baby I m a parent I m a carer Next Done Enter you email address and we will send you instructions to reset your password Reset password Close Your password has been successfully updated Please sign in Reset password Home Getting Pregnant Pregnancy Birth Baby Toddler Parenting Forum Products Promotions Huggies Australia Proud partner of Children s Hospitals Why activate Baby The Huggies Club Why activate Why do I need to activate my Huggies membership We re so glad you are thinking about becoming a Huggies Baby Club member You re probably wondering why you need to activate your membership After you sign up to our Huggies Baby Club we will send you an email asking you to confirm your email address It s important you take a second to activate your membership for a few reasons it confirms your email address in case you accidently mistyped it in case you didn t sign up and someone else is trying to sign up using your email address so you can enter promotions and receive free samples If you don t activate your membership your promotion entries and sample requests are put on hold so that you can chat with other parents in the Huggies Forum to get member discounts in the Huggies Photo Centre with an activated membership you can also share baby name lists recipes and kids activities with your friends and family If you re keen to take advantage of all the benefits of Club membership complete the join process and head into your email inbox and proceed with your membership by clicking on the link provided in the email If you cannot find

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    person to name smile U will most likely struggle when u become pregnant smile I lived on this site when pregnant with my first and after he was born but i don t get on so much these days SophieGray Thursday 30 October 02 21pm I m Sophie duh and I ve just turned 27 My husband s name is Daniel and we have three beautiful children Matilda Oliver Iris Matilda will be 4 in January and the twins are 4 months old Thursday 30 October 03 08pm I was going to start a thread like this but thort people may be weirded out smile Anna and I have already met smile Hi I am I am 31yo arrr it ll be our secret Hubby is nd we have been married 5 years on the 14th November WOW We have a 2year3mth old named and obviously are expecting another son hopefully BEFORE his due date of Xmas Day sad who will be named I also love all things names and have been addicted to this site mainly the baby names section but I have been known to stray since I found out I was pregnant with number 2 Edited on 08 02 2009 Thursday 30 October 05 00pm Yay people are replying I too did worry people may be weirded it out Xmas Day or a week and two days late miss all the holiday days i shouldnt say that may jinx you Thursday 30 October 05 51pm Arrrggghhh don t jinx me I ll be trying everything legal from the 7th December to get him out early This baby is coming before Xmas Day whether he likes it or not I m sure he ll have something different to say tho Katie Thursday 30 October 06 04pm Hi ladies I m Katie I m 21 and I have a 9 and a half month old called Madisyn I just found out I m pregnant with number 2 after trying for 4 months I m 7 weeks today so very excited I kinda figured you love baby names Anna I always see you around and you always have so many to suggest lol I love names too always had a heap picked out when I was younger only one I kept when I met my DF though is Madisyn but it really does become harder to find them when you know it s going to be a little persons name Thursday 30 October 06 46pm congrulations Katie smile that s a good gap imo my bro and sis closest to me have that gap Katie Thursday 30 October 07 07pm Hey thanks Yeah me and my sister s I m in the middle have less than 2yrs between us and it s always been good so we wanted Maddi to have a sibling close in age too So if we have a boy he ll be Daemon Cooper and if we have a girl she ll be Zahli Rosina Nikita

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    never read another book more than once prouddadof3 Saturday 21 March 09 26pm i have a once a year ritual of reading one flew over the cuckoos nest the other one i have read more lots more than once is nightmare with angel by stephen gallagher also enid blytons those dreadful children and a school set book dinner at the homesick restuarant by anne tenney i think and mcbeth Saturday 21 March 09 28pm I also love any book by James Mitchener especially Chesapeake and John Steinbeck my favourite was Grapes of Wrath Saturday 21 March 09 30pm what type of book is pillars of the earth izi whats it about PD i have only seen the movie one flew over the cuckoo s nest not read the book is the story line similar prouddadof3 Saturday 21 March 09 33pm basically yes but there are bits in the book that are different enough to seperate one from the other and of course the written word at times tells a more compelling picture than a full on scene where they try and cram it all in two second take i have read the book 23 times and seen the mocie 17 Saturday 21 March 09 36pm Pillars of the Earth is about the building of a Gothic Cathedral in medieval England It spans a few centuries and the characters are unforgettable I read it in the 90s and then recently Oprah had it as her book of the month It is listed as one of the top 101 books you should read before you die You won t put it down The Pillars of the Earth tells the story of Philip prior of Kingsbridge a devout and resourceful monk driven to build the greatest Gothic cathedral the world has known Of Tom the mason who becomes his architect a man divided in his soul Of the beautiful elusive Lady Aliena haunted by a secret shame And of a struggle between good and evil that will turn church against state and brother against brother A spellbinding epic tale of ambition anarchy and absolute power set against the sprawling medieval canvas of 12th century England this is Ken Follett s historical masterpiece Saturday 21 March 09 37pm wow 27 times you could near repeat it word for word i had to watch the movie for school so when i saw it it wasnt for enjoyment but out of necessity i d probably enjoy it now that im older and would be reading it by choice LOL Saturday 21 March 09 38pm ooh it sounds good iziani Saturday 21 March 09 40pm Deep end of the ocean Marianne Faithful s Bio Saturday 21 March 09 41pm Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz Sins of the Brother by Mark Whittaker about Ivan Milat To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee CLASSIC Cloudstreet by Tim Winton Breath by Tim Winton It s Not About the Bike by Lance Armstrong fantastic story about surviving cancer Anything by Robert

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    people who are visiting you that you are not up for visitors and they they would be welcome to pop in tomorrow Let the staff be the bad guys KatieA Saturday 10 January 07 49am I don t think you are being a b tch I had a ceasaren and we didn t get visitors until the next day either just by chance I think It was great to have just one on one time with new bub and DH and as you said concentrate on breastfeeding I struggled as well You family and friends need to respect your decision and understand that you need that time to yourself D S F Saturday 10 January 07 51am Nope I had a c section with my 2nd and asked that everyone stay away until the next day they all respected my wishes and stayed away Maybe you could stress to the Midwives that there are to be no visitors also Good Luck and don t let them walk over you smile StrawberryJane Saturday 10 January 07 51am No i think thats reasonable I did the same with dd i didnt want anyone to know i was in labour With ds they all rocked up to the hossy during labour and i was taken to surgery due to complications so basically all my family got to cuddle ds before i did dd was born at 3pm and i was in labour ward until 10pm to be monitored in case of repeat complications so couldnt have visitors until the next day anyway Make sure you tell staff no visitors and they are usually pretty good at keeping people away Could you tell them the wrong date for the cs Then just ring them and say hey suprise the next day kat 2boys Saturday 10 January 07 52am No way just make sure no body knows ur room number so if they do turn up they have to ask at the desk and it should be on ur file that there are to be no visitors The staff can just tell them not today little boy blue Saturday 10 January 07 52am definitely not if they know when you are booked in tell them the Doc changed it can t turn up if they don t know you are there 2busyboys Saturday 10 January 07 53am Hi there When we had our DS1 all our family was in the waiting room not that this was how it was planned more just a case of how it turned out I felt under a huge amount of pressure fighting families and all that stuff So when DS2 was due we told all family that we weren t having anyone there Long story short it ended in emergency c section Epidural took about 13 hours to dissappear and I REFUSED to have any visitors bar hubby and DS1 for the first day I felt like a failure not being able to have the baby on my own

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    if you were going to a private ob and hospital and obviously wouldnt be saying it if they new how deep seated your fear was I have heard of woman paying more for their private experiences after their rebate than other pay for their homebirth and 2 kind of follows on from this think about the costs if you DO go to hospital Not even counting the chance of having a caesar if you are afraid you may get ptsd or pnd then your whole life will be affected and it could cost you even more for therapy afterwards So Yes I completely understand as I have been almost in your situation before Saturday 19 January 12 12pm Can you contact the woman who was your midwife and see what she suggests Definitely look into all your options to find the situation you are most comfortable with It d definitely be worth the money to have a homebirth then to have a horrible hospital birth Good luck and I hope it turns out for the best for you peggynbindy Monday 21 January 07 07pm what happens if u have an unexpected complication during labour Monday 21 January 08 17pm Posted by peggynbindy what happens if u have an unexpected complication during labour You re in big trouble SO not worth the risk IMO Sorry ladies Edited on 21 01 2008 by Huggies Moderator Edited on 21 01 2008 ymiheer Monday 21 January 09 32pm if there is a complication your midwife carries resucitation equipment but would be able to know something was happening through monitoring the baby throughout In this event you would simply transfer to hospital So no the shit doesnt hit the fan Tuesday 22 January 06 15am Oh so it s just a simple transfer to the hospital Ha SIMPLE Hello your baby is distressed and you just simply wait for the ambulance to arrive take you to hospital get to the delivery suite get checked and well what do you know TOO LATE Not worth my baby s life if you ask me The birth should be about what is best for the baby not the mother ymiheer Tuesday 22 January 07 57am homebirth is whats best for the baby perhaps if you go find the statistics you would be more up to date with the subject And before you say you cant believe EVERYTHING you read on the internet no you cant but I do choose to take up the same research and statistics of our top maternity hospital over here that offers govt funded homebirth as a safe option and the same research and statistics that are making there be a reform of maternity services to include more places on the program and more promoting it as a safe option for a healthy pregnancy and also the same statistics that have had numerous politicians obstetritions talking for a while now throughout the reform being put forward In the event of a risk yes hospital

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    also 20weeks preg again and i want to do a little bit of exercise or something to not put on that much but there no motivation there hehehe im not eating as much with this pregnancy as i did with my son but stil early days i suppose hehehe nicole Tuesday 16 October 07 58pm I m almost 16 weeks and have gained 1 5 2kg so far this pregnancy I had bad nausea but no vomiting so didn t lose any weight at the start I have a 11mth old and was still carrying 6kg of the 14kg i gained with her when i fell pregnant So started at 65kg am 5ft4 and aim to gain b w 10 14kg ths time kazza75 Wednesday 17 October 07 50am Hi everyone Looking at my antenatal card I was 54kg before I was pregnant I am 5ft 2 At 7 weeks I was 53 2kg too sick to eat had lots of nausea At 13 weeks I was 53 8kg At 19 5 weeks I was 56 5kg At 24 5 weeks I was 57 6kg I am now 28 weeks and weigh 60kgs I will admit I watch what I eat and I lightly excersise everyday Take care all Karen Nat Jayden Ethan Wednesday 17 October 10 58am Hi With my first pregnancy my pre pregnancy weight was 44kg i m only a small person and when i was 36 weeks i weighed 58kg I am pregnant with 2 and my pre pregnancy weight was 46kg and i m 7 weeks pregnant and i weigh almost 48kg Wednesday 17 October 01 00pm hi all pre pregnancy i weighed 59kg i am now 33 weeks and weigh 66kg total of 7kg gain so far i have eaten pretty much whatever i want and just been lucky and for the person who put on 13 kg with their first pregnancy that is a really good amount according to my books that is the average weight gain for someone who is not grossly over or under weight to begin with and 13 kg is pretty much perfect so dont stress if you gain that sort of amount second time around because thats not bad smile coopermum Wednesday 17 October 01 18pm hi halfbaked im the one who put on the 13kilo thank you for that i was abit worried as before i fell wit my son i was bout 90kilo a litle porka but comfortable and wen i had my booking appt a few weeks ago at the hospital the midwife has put me in a high risk drs clinic through this pregnancy as i put on to much weight and have refered me to a dietician i came home and cried as i said to my partner wen i fell preg my son was only 5months old so my body stil had his baby fat so thats why i felt really guilty for putting that much on in first preg nicole Wednesday

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