Seriously...I woke up the other morning in a panic, walked right passed his crib and called my dr's office in a panic, demanding that I speak with my dr because it occurred to me that I was 4 weeks overdue. The nurse got really quiet before replying "Um...honey, you had him over a month ago." Has this ever happened to anyone else? I mean, I know I was tired, but how do I forget that I had my son?
by callia123January 21 at 3:21 AMLOL.
Once my son and I slept downstairs. Him in the playpen and me on the couch. The next morning I went to his crib to get him and he wasn't there.
I paniced, was bawling my eyes out and ready to dial 9-1-1....and then I remembered where he was.
by sweetieivJanuary 21 at 3:21 AMUmm I think you're cookoo for coco puffs.
After I had my son I forgot alot of things but never forgot about his birth. Besides wouldn't your deflated tummy be a HUGE hint that you had him already?
by leota29January 21 at 3:23 AMMy seizures also cause temporary memory loss. I forgot I had my DS right after one. The paramedic had to explain it to me. I had a c section 2 days before so that would be very hard to forget.
I've been having dreams of still being pregnant lately, and the nurse said if this is still occuring when I go in for my 6 week to talk to my dr. She said it could very easily be PPD but I've never heard of PPD like this before. I will have to keep an eye out for other symptoms. Thanks. I was having trouble with my blood pressure while I was in labor but it wasn't because it was high. My blood pressure kept dipping way too low and it has been ever since. Stroke is caused by high bp right?
Have a test done to check for signs of stroke. You can have pre-strokes that cause temp mem lose and its something to keep an eye on. Good luck
by firespurityJanuary 21 at 3:25 AMI've never done that. But I have while half asleep thought my father was alive still. And his death was a huge thing that changed my life.