Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:15 pm
the sickness and maybe even the dizziness is part and parcel of the pregnancy unfortunately. As for the fainting, maybe suggest drinking some lucocade when she feels faint. When i was pregnant, towards the end my midwife suggested i carry a bottle all the time, and im sure many other women will say the same. It really helps. Otherwise speak to the modwife or gp if she/ you is still worried.
Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 12:57 am
hey hun try not to worry but the whol dizziness and fainting thing need to be cjecked out as her blood pressure could be low this can happen during pregnancy hopes shes ok my blood pressure dropped when i was pregnant wiv my son once and i felt sick and came over al tired and dizzy just a thought xx
Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 2:15 pm
I know it is hard mate i felt this way with my other half. You'll need to get in the frame of mind for the labour though as seeing them in that pain is gut renching. i hated seeing the women i love in pain i just wanted to help her any way i could. she was comfortable with her elbow in my bladder pushing down when she had a contraction but i didnt complain even though i need a wee.
give it a few more weeks and she'll feel a lot better.
Posted: Wed Feb 11, 2009 9:44 pm
i am scared an excited about the birth , prob because it is my first, my partner is an old hand at it tho as this is no 3 for her , im scared because it's the unknown for me and excited because im going to have a minime runnin about soon
do all first timers get scared/excited ?