"I'm not sure if this will help you but I had elevated TSH in my first trimester. I had never had a problem with my thyroid before. I talked to my endo about it and here's what he said. The HGh amino acid mimics the thyroid hormone causing…"
"I've had two c-sections. The first time after a long labor and my baby wouldn't engage so I ended up with my first c. The second time was scheduled. I did wear my pump the second c-section but I had to sign a release form the endo gave me…"
"Thank you Kristin! My older son Christian is loving every minute of being a big brother. He is so much help. He told everyone in school about the new baby including the staff. It was so funny when we picked him up from school and the principal and…"
My little Hunter was born on December 13 8 lb 2 oz 20 inches long. My boys are 16 years apart so it's like I'm starting over but I've never been so happy. Having type 1 during pregnancy is so much work but I'm so thankful for my boys!See More
"I wasn't on the pump for my first child but did for my second. I was planning a vbac and was given the go ahead to use the pump during active labor by and with a advice from my endo. I ended up with a repeat c-section and still used the pump…"
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