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Our life with acute myeloid leukemia

Just a diary I'm keeping after we found out on 9th June 2010 (our baby's first birthday) that my other half has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer and how we get by (hopefully I'll be better with this than I am with a diary :giggle: )

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Pregnancy reflection
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Pregnancy reflection

Permanent Linkby 0_Lisa_0 on Tue Jan 01, 2019 8:50 pm

Ok so it's not really the end of my pregnancy just yet but I thought I best get this down before I run out of time. I'm how 34 +4 and I have to say other than clearly over doing some days this pregnancy hasn't been too bad. I had nausea in the beginning but no actual sickness and the pelvic pain from about 14 weeks was a real pain if I had a busy day but once I learned my limits it was much easier to cope. Overall it hasn't been too bad really.
I'm slightly afraid of what comes next. It's been so long since we had a baby and we have routines now and big kids that have their own independence and it's just such a change. I'm actually fairly sure itll all be fine and I know we'll love this baby no matter what and he big siblings are going to dote on him, it's just such a change.
Oddly I'm quite excited for labour, i don't relish the thought of it but after the length or a pregnancy and how long comes after it's such a short space of time.
So here's to a new year and a new chapter, scary though it is :wine:

 

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