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Old 09-16-2005, 04:25 AM
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For a first timer it can be scary.:(
Thank you, Harmony...I was about to say the same thing.
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Old 09-16-2005, 05:59 AM
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For a first timer it can be scary. Furthermore it can be painful also. :(
Trust me, it's a very scary ordeal to face, whether it's yr first time or not.

I went through a similar experience when i was 7 mth into my pregrency - i was at work and the contraction came - the drs called it pre-term labour and believe me when you're lying there hving yr contractions monitored and drs running in and out....not knowing if you're going into labour or the drs can hold it off....it's scary!!!!

I'm just gld that CP Mary is now better and pray that all goes for the rest of the term.
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Old 09-16-2005, 03:45 PM
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Crown Princess Mary released from hospital

http://www.heraldsun.news.com.au/com...%5E661,00.html


DENMARK'S Crown Princess Mary, who is due to give birth in late October, was released from Copenhagen University Hospital overnight.
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Old 09-16-2005, 05:16 PM
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Usually after the mother is about 32 weeks into her pregnancy, it's safe for her to deliver. Of course ideally any baby would be carried full term but as a general rule, once you're past 32 wks. (which I think Mary might be?) it's safe to deliver the baby.
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Old 09-16-2005, 05:44 PM
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you are not going to have a miscarrige when you are 8 month pregnant. The little baby just wanted to see the world now instead to wait a month.
Contractions is not an indication of miscarrige
Contractions do not necessarily indicate a miscarriage. You can have contractions prematurely and have a perfectly normal pregancy the rest of the way and deliver a healthy baby.

However, any pregnant woman can miscarry at any time. Women have been known to miscarry when only having a few weeks remaining in their pregnancies or even deliver stillborn babies. Women have carried to term without any sign of anything abnormal and delivered a stillborn baby. It is not the norm, but it certainly does happen.

Anything that causes an expectant mother pain or stress is something to take seriously, because it causes a change in blood pressure which is not something that any pregant woman wants to escalate or even drop too significantly.

Whenever a woman experiences false contractions or pre-labor contractions, she should be taken to the hospital. It could be false labor, but it could also be a sign of something more serious. It is worth it to be careful and safe.
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Old 09-17-2005, 12:54 AM
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Trust me, it's a very scary ordeal to face, whether it's yr first time or not.

I went through a similar experience when i was 7 mth into my pregrency - i was at work and the contraction came - the drs called it pre-term labour and believe me when you're lying there hving yr contractions monitored and drs running in and out....not knowing if you're going into labour or the drs can hold it off....it's scary!!!!

I'm just gld that CP Mary is now better and pray that all goes for the rest of the term.

Although I have never been pregnant, I have had friends who have had similar scares that Mary has just had. It is also hard to judge whether they are real contractions vs intense Braxton-Hicks contractions. Mary did the right thing by seeking medical help and advice. This is her first child and an heir to the throne to boot! She must be feeling enormous pressure to bring this child into the world healthy beyond what "non-royal" mothers feel. I think the time has come for Mary to slow down and take care of herself and her baby. Royal duties must be put to the side for now to focus on the health and well-being of Mary and her child.

Mary is not alone in having some troubles with her pregnancy. Mette-Marit has been having problems. I wonder if they both have been doing too much during their pregnancies. The only one that I have heard is doing well is Letizia.
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One of my friend had contractions at the beginning of July, and she was due erlay september. She went to hospital where she received a great treatment. The baby, a little girl named Tiziana, was born early september, as predicted, and is a very healthy and cute one. So I hope it will be the same for the little hair(ess).
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Old 09-17-2005, 02:16 PM
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Usually after the mother is about 32 weeks into her pregnancy, it's safe for her to deliver. Of course ideally any baby would be carried full term but as a general rule, once you're past 32 wks. (which I think Mary might be?) it's safe to deliver the baby.
You're absolutely correct in asserting that reaching full term is ideal. :)

My daugher was born at 32 weeks (exactly 8 weeks premature). She needed a C-PAP to breathe, an incubator to maintain her body temperature, and a feeding tube inserted through her nose to be fed because her sucking reflex hadn't developed yet. She was 3lbs. 9oz at birth, and was released from the neo-natal intensive care ward 5 1/2 weeks later when she tipped the scales at 5 pounds and hadn't had an apnea spell for 24 hours. (Many preemies forget to keep breathing!)

Needless to say, I hope that Mary delivers her baby as close to her due date as possible!:)
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Old 09-18-2005, 04:32 PM
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Mary fears baby jinx

DENMARK's pregnant Crown Princess Mary is not yet arranging the nursery or buying up baby clothes for fear of jinxing her unborn child's health.

With six weeks until the royal baby is due, the jittery royals have made minimal plans for their child's arrival, officials said.

The statement came as Princess Mary recuperated at her Copenhagen estate after a three-day stay in hospital.

Doctors urged the Australian-born princess to abandon all official duties and rest to avoid more of the premature contractions that saw her taken to hospital on Wednesday.

Palace press chief Lis Frederiksen said the prince and princess were like all nervous first-time parents. They did not want to think too far ahead.

"They haven't really bought many clothes or done the bedroom for the baby," she said.

"They'll just wait and see how the pregnancy goes and what's coming out of it.

"It is premature to plan anything in any detail. Some would say it brings bad luck."

From www.royalarchive.com
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Old 09-19-2005, 05:58 AM
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I wish her the best.
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Old 09-20-2005, 01:15 AM
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I do Hope Mary is allright!

But on the other hand, maybe we shouldn't be too surprised if the baby is going to be born a few weeks before the due date. The last few pregnancies here in Holland learned us that (at least Dutch) royals aren't too exact with those due dates. All the children were born a few weeks sooner. But of course I don't know how the Danish are used to 'handle' this matters. :)
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How long do you think it will take for Mary to start doing royal duties after giving birth? Is she expected to breastfeed and take care of the baby (as in changing the diaper, feeding, burping, etc.) or will these jobs be given to nannies? I'm just curious because I don't hear a lot of what happens directly after the birth.
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How long do you think it will take for Mary to start doing royal duties after giving birth? Is she expected to breastfeed and take care of the baby (as in changing the diaper, feeding, burping, etc.) or will these jobs be given to nannies? I'm just curious because I don't hear a lot of what happens directly after the birth.
i read from articles says CP Mary wont wanted hire Nanny because Mary wanted as 100% care herself baby than "no nannies" i dont blame her that her decide what she wanted it for her baby if she return to public engagement who suppose to watch the baby! or CP Fred would do it!

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Yes, she said during the summer she wanted no nannies at all. But I don't see how she could manage both her royal duties( some of then can't be done with a baby on her arms) and the baby care. After all, Lady Diana definitely had nannies for William and Harry and she was never called a bad mother!
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Mary beundrer Mette-Marit '
Kronprinsesse Mary venter barn i oktober. Hun ønsker å oppdra barnet slik som Mette-Marit
http://pub.tv2.no/nettavisen/side2/k...icle459652.ece
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Old 09-21-2005, 03:31 AM
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Mary beundrer Mette-Marit '
Kronprinsesse Mary venter barn i oktober. Hun ønsker å oppdra barnet slik som Mette-Marit
http://pub.tv2.no/nettavisen/side2/k...icle459652.ece
Can anybody translate this please?Thanks
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Old 09-21-2005, 05:43 AM
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Mary admires Mette-Marit

Crown Princess Mary is expecting a child in October. She wishes to raise the child like Mette-Marit has done.

Mary really likes the Norwegian Crown Princely couple which as often as possible take both Ingrid Alexandra and Marius with them both on representations and vacations. She is full of praise about their job as parents, says Danish court reporters to Her og Nå.

Mary also think that the Norwegian King and Queen are good role models as they let their children get an as normal upbringing as possible.

The Danish Crown Princess wishes to raise her own children, and will therefore not hire a nanny, which Queen Margrethe is said to disagree with, according to the celebrity magazine.
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UAU. I'm surprised of that news.
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Old 09-21-2005, 06:14 AM
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I skimmed trought the magazine and it is a complete nonsense, first it is a long tear dripping part about how Margrethe and Mary are arguing because Mary wont have a nanny and Margrethe is angry about that Then there is the part about how terrible Frederiks childhood was and Mary pledging that her child will nothave such a childhood and every child deserves to be heared (sniff) Then a part about how she wants to take and active part in the child upbringing (what a shock) and then that she thinks (according to unnamed royalreportes) Mette-Marit and Haakon are good parents for spending alot of time with their children and often taking them on official engagements (not very often, more like 4 times a year)

Her og Nå is not a serious magazine, they hardly ever bring news and most of their storys about other royals are lifted from other non credible sources like australian papers etc or based on unnamed source or just regularly made up. Some years ago they described how a Norwegian celeb had gotten married in Rome and how the couple walked around in Rome in wedding clothes and looked very happy, when the couple in question was infact not married and in Norway.
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Yes, she said during the summer she wanted no nannies at all. But I don't see how she could manage both her royal duties( some of then can't be done with a baby on her arms) and the baby care. After all, Lady Diana definitely had nannies for William and Harry and she was never called a bad mother!
She has never said that she will not hire nannies.
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