I’m bored and that can be dangerous.

It’s just one of this days where I feel – funky. And slightly insane. I think this happens more on weekends where I allow myself more couch time, and spend that couch time fretting over minor things.

Like the occasional mild pains/cramps on my lower right side, where I know the babies are chillin, courtesy of when the nurse found their heartbeats. So I decide I need to put my feet up, and begin googling all the things that could be wrong. Too early for round ligament pain, right? It’s not digestion-related (that’s a whole other topic). And what’s that? My lower back hurts all of a sudden? But I know I’m just worrying for hopefully no reason, because I’m bored. No sever pains whatsoever, no blood, chill out. So there’s that.

And the fact that I picked up more Zofran today, from a new prescription from my new doctor, and insurance decided not to cover it again – and hey, why isn’t it dissolving?? Maybe because it appears to be the pill kind – I didn’t know there was such a thing. Does anyone know if it works just as well?

And as I spend hour upon hour on this couch (hey, I did grocery shop this morning, and there are two football games on!) I get so ansy! This endless Crinone thing, ugh. I won’t get into details but it’s itchy and gross. I’m hot and cold, my legs are twitching, I ate in a reclined position and now have indigestion, and then, omg, all of a sudden my chest hurts like no other and cannot be contained and I’m ripping my bra off under multiple layers and a blanket, much to the appreciation of my husband. All while eating some wings. It’s just a weird day.

But then I found this gem, and seriously, if you watch nothing else today, this will hopefully crack you up as much as it did for me. Freakin hilarious. I hope it loads correctly. Enjoy!

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5 thoughts on “I’m bored and that can be dangerous.

  1. Not-So-Fertile Girl says:

    I felt like I was reading my own life here! The high-risk OB assured me at my appointment this week that the kinds of pains I was describing (like you described in this post) are normal growing and stretching pains. I’ve been having some back pain as well. And what is the problem with insurance companies and this Zofran? I think we should magically make all heads of insurance companies pregnant with twins so they understand why we need this medication so desperately!

  2. arbrefleur says:

    Hi! I’m a pretty new follower to your blog, but I’m very happy I found it, and I’m delurking because I wanted to concur that my doc said the same thing about those pains and I have them, too. I am also 10 weeks right now and I could have written this same post! (Well, just the list of symptoms anyway 😉 I am soooo nauseous and tired, I’m on the couch MOST of the day (ug!). I’m hot and cold at the same time, restless, uncomfortable, and I also get freaked out when my lower back starts hurting! I hope we can both quiet our crazy minds, and I hope tomorrow is a much better day for you! 🙂

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