"Yea trust me I was surprised lol I was flipping out since it didn't work.I was yelling at the nurse like I thought I wasn't suppose to feel nothing n be able to move n told her i felt like i had to poop.tmi she told me shed call the epid..."
"N after I got the epidural I could still move my legs n walk around after birth n during labor n birth. But I had the cafter for a whole day before until I gave birth cuz of the high blood n not being able to move around. But the epidura..."
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today. Hey girl how are you? I've been wondering how you been doing? have you been feeling ok? Im so happy you finally got your BFP! i wish i would get mine! i been BDing every other if not everyday lol! i Oing on the 19th so we will see! I did something different this month so i guess we will see the outcome of the changes! i pray you and the baby have a happy healthy 9 months!!!!!
no I would just leave it now as they're so high, once they reachg over 1200 the doubling time can slow down, and the best sign of a good pregnancy is a scan, so if your not having any bleeding etc, just try and relax until your next app :)
its not really the numbers that they're interested in, its what they do, and they have to double in 48-72 hrs or at the minimum rise by 60% which yours have def done, so thats fantatic I would try and stop worrying now as your numbers are nice and high as well so looks to me like bub has got a good grip in there :) there are no guarantees but your off to a fantastic start :)
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