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“You have bad ankles.” This was the reason i was getting for falling and my ankle turning all the time. Ankle gets tired, knee gets tired, you fall. Um ok!!  

At this point still on the elavil for depression. Still feeling balanced, but more fatigued and literally peeing myself when I laugh. By now I am going to the doctor every couple of months as the falling is happening often.  

My left ankle turns and my left knee hyperextends 20 degrees backwards. Still the same ole ankle/knee problems. I did break my ankle 2 times when i was younger. Volleyball, basketball and a skateboarding gurl here. So did fall a few times....

I am now wearing a brace on my ankle. Cool no more ankle turn.  

At this point we decided Austin is 16 mos and if we want another child we had better try soon. We knew getting pg was not the problem, but carrying the child was. So, I go off birth control pills and my elavil. Crazy, pg within 6 weeks.

I’m feeling good, no meds, even quit smoking again. (no smoking when pg) 9 weeks I felt was wrong. I look to be 5 mos, huge, bloated. Oh no what’s happening. Go to my ob and due to my first pg issues he does a vaginal ultrasound. I watched and saw right away...TWINS!  

Instantly put on high risk due to a multiple birth and endo issues. But wow this time is so diffeerent. I have no morning yucks, i have energy, and ankle is not turning anymore.  

Little did I know how awesome pg hormones can help the body.  

The pg was going gr8, then came month 7...

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