People often ask me if I’ve been having any cravings – and the answer is always no!
Aversions, on the other hand…
I miss enjoying food; nothing ever sounds appealing 99% of the time but one has to eat nonetheless. These days I’m eating to live vs living to eat, and that’s so not me.
Cravings aren’t costing me anything, but lemonade’s now a staple on the shopping list every week. It might be a placebo but quite frankly when the delightful pre-bed upset/indigestion sets in (usually peaks between 8-10pm) I don’t care. You can find best Cincinnati doula services here.
Fortunately, healthcare is mostly free here and my antenatal costs have been minimal. A few bucks here and there for prescriptions, and $50 a pop for scans (beyond the first free dating scan). A patient can decide to get fertility injections in the case when she has problems ovulating. The woman’s body system may not ovulate for a few causes. For some patients, the anterior pituitary gland does not function perfectly and also fails to stimulate the ovaries to start ovulating. In that case your doctor may possibly suggest injecting Human Menopausal Gonadotropin (HMG). HMG stimulates the ovaries to be able to produce eggs. For a person (male or female) who wants to lose 15 pounds or less, would need about 23 hcg injections Houston which are followed by 3 days of the low-calorie diet. This diet would typically look like 500 calories per day.
I have health insurance through work, however the (small) obstetrics allowance only kicks in after a year – so would only cover costs in about the last month of pregnancy and beyond. As far as I can tell there should be no charges associated with labour/birth, apart from perhaps the fee they charge for partners to stay overnight with you at Birthcare.
So far, I’m still fitting into my current bras (this was perfect timing actually, as this lot were all about to hit the end of their life, having stretched out over the past couple of years) and still squeezing into my pants with the help of a handy $20 extender though possibly not for much longer. I’ve spent about $25 on new (thrifted) clothing – two pairs of stretchy pants that I live in when I’m at home (surely now down to about 0.01 cents cost per wear) and a flowy skirt with stretchy waistband.
In terms of baby stuff, we’re yet to actually begin shopping. I’m pretty set on avoiding mindless browsing and only buying the essentials, especially to start off with.
We definitely seem to be in line for some hand me downs, and I’d like to buy secondhand stuff where possible and safe. From what I can tell, lots of baby stuff just doesn’t get used for long and winds up getting sold online for much less, lightly used. Savings aside, think of all the wastefulness! I’d so much prefer to reuse than to contribute to unnecessary waste. And yes, I’m thinking about doing some cloth diapering too, but we’ll see how we go…