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Toonie size? Is this a new metric measurement?
**Octoberbride09**:Toonie size? Is this a new metric measurement?
sorry "octoberbride09"... about 993.46 mm3. Is that better for ya?
(a toonie is a $2 Canadian coin)
and to answer your question, I have not experienced this.
ceimckay:sorry... about 993.46 mm3. Is that better for ya?
ceimckay...I think it is the hormones. Most of the ladies here are in the States and don't know what a toonie is...they were legitimately asking what a toonie was not scrutinizing your choice of comparison.
Had you said a quarter size they never would have thought anything of it.
I didn't know what a toonie was- but I like learning a new word, I thought it was funny...
I don't think you need to go to the Dr. as it's a pretty normal pregnancy symptom... unless you would have a fear that it's not urine, but amniotic fluid.
I'm expecting #4 and my bladder control is really not what it used to be- I have to wear panty liners or I'd have lots of laundry.
**Octoberbride09**: ceimckay:sorry... about 993.46 mm3. Is that better for ya?
ceimckay:wow. just wondering if anyone shared this symptom, this is my first baby. everythings new. I can see I'm not going to get any answers, just scrutinized for my choice of comparisons. and yes, quite possibly my hormones are making me overly sensitive, but I believe that's better than my hormones making me extra mean.
I think people just want to know how to answer your question best since we can not give you an answer until we know what "toonie" is. Where would our basis for comparison be if we answered your question without really knowing what it is you are comparing your symptom to?