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9358588 tn?1411093471

nervous. how do I calm my nerves?

I'm being induced in 2 days which is on my due date. I'm happy for my baby girl. But I'm nervous and it's making my body feel wierd. Like sick. I'm getting all hot and shakey and my tummy hurts and getting light headed. Has anyone else expirienced this? How do I get past being nervous. I've been trying to keep calm all day. I hope I don't feel like this when I go in on Friday. I don't want to panic or anything. These hormones are making me crazy. Any suggestions please
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:) I wish you the best!  I don't have any ideas but I hope everything going well with you and baby. :)  the best part is that you going to meet u baby
9358588 tn?1411093471
Thanks :) anyone else have suggestions???
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Let labor happen naturally it will have a better outcome and your body will naturally prepare yourself. Good luck♡
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I'm having my baby girl Saturday and I know what you mean about being nervous but keep in mind you will ha e your baby soon and don't let it bother you to much I go out with my 5 yr old and just keep my mind busy bc I'm not ready for another c section... stay strong mama your almost there when you start thinking about it to much do something to take your mind off of it... goodluck
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Have a date night with you honey! Because once the baby is here you won't have one for a while. Going on 3 years without one lol. Go to the movies have dinner because taking a kid under the age of 4 is stressful.  Go do what it is that you enjoy doing together that helped me a whole lot when I had to have my first c section and was all kids of stressed out. Comedy clubs are great too.
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