About Me: Female, 33, Dixon, CA, member since Apr 2010
Hello, I am a 29 year old female who had a beautiful baby girl on 3/27/11. My DH and I had been trying to get pregnant for 9 months before we got our BFP. Now we have to wait a year before we can start trying for #2 since I had a C-section with baby #1. If any of you
[More] are pregnant and the doctors want you to have a C-section because your baby is measuring too big please ask me about my story.
you seem to have the exact same symptoms as me, even the time of day it hits.. I have been given CT Scan (contrast and w/out contrast).. clear, I wore a 30 Halter Monitor.. clear, I was given sleep study overnight at hospital.. clear, no diabetes, thyroid or any blood issues, pressure is good and so I am now waiting to hear from the nuerologist to chk for possible anuerisym (Im sure that is not correct spelling).
have you gotten a diagnosis yet? what was it? I feel like I am going to drop dead sometimes, like I am far away when it is happening =(
I'm sorry they made you have a c-section only to find out she was small enough to have vaginally. Our ultrasound was off as well. Based on the last one we had a week before we had her, she should have been 8.5-9.5pounds and she was just under 8. I guess the doctors just want to cover themselves in case anything goes wrong.
Not getting a whole lot of sleep at night. Trying to take a nap here and there during the day. What about you?
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