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    Hey Glitter like you avator

    *sighs is stuck at home ill again*
    You've been ill for ages haven't you?
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    (Original post by suz19)
    You've been ill for ages haven't you?
    I was able to go for a few days last week but i'm back to my same old state again It's better i'm ill now then when the exams come.
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    Hey Glitter like you avator

    *sighs is stuck at home ill again*
    why thankyou, why r u stuck at home again??
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    (Original post by waiting2smile)
    I was able to go for a few days last week but i'm back to my same old state again It's better i'm ill now then when the exams come.
    True. It's still horrible being ill. I had the flu a couple of weeks ago and it's even worse when you know you've got work to be getting on with
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    no, 28 weeks max, but after 16 weeks u have to give birth to it, that can be more tramatic cus u see it die (or so ive heard)
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    my friend announced to me this morning that shes 11 weeks pregnant, shes almost 19, i sort of feel happy for her but dont cus shes just wasting her life, is there any1 else against this situation or wot??
    Does she want to keep the baby?
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    awwwww! let me give u a hug!
    hiya people! hope u dont mind me joining your convo.
    i had a scare last year when i had a misscarriage when i didnt even know that i was pregnant. i had gone 2 months carrying and the doctor had been treating me for a kidney infection by mistake.
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    no, 28 weeks max, but after 16 weeks u have to give birth to it, that can be more tramatic cus u see it die (or so ive heard)
    Oh, I thought they killed it while it was in the womb with an injection and then you give birth to it?
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    *hugs waiting2smile*
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    hiya people, i hope you dont mind me joining your convo.
    i had a scare last year when i had a misscarriage and i didnt even know that i was pregnant. i had been carrying for 2 months. the doctor had been treating me for a kidney infection by mistake!
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    Oh, I thought they killed it while it was in the womb with an injection and then you give birth to it?
    yea i said, she didnt believe me lol *silly glitter*
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    Does she want to keep the baby?
    yes she does, she couldnt get rid of it
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    *hugs waiting2smile*
    Thanks Now will you make me some hot chocolate?
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    hiya people, i hope you dont mind me joining your convo.
    i had a scare last year when i had a misscarriage and i didnt even know that i was pregnant. i had been carrying for 2 months. the doctor had been treating me for a kidney infection by mistake!
    :eek: :eek:
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    yes she does, she couldnt get rid of it
    Couldn't? Or doesn't want to?
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    Thanks Now will you make me some hot chocolate?
    of course! cream?
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    (Original post by lumpycustard)
    yea i said, she didnt believe me lol *silly glitter*
    its not that i didnt believe u its just thats what some 1 told me, there is still an element of trauma tho
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    Couldn't? Or doesn't want to?
    doesnt, couldnt morally
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    (Original post by ~*glitter*~)
    why thankyou, why r u stuck at home again??
    Tonsilitis actually i'm not sure why i'm smiling :confused: And lumpycustard you're too kind
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    its not that i didnt believe u its just thats what some 1 told me, there is still an element of trauma tho
    It's one of the most traumatic experiences a woman can have.
 
 
 
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