So you had your baby hours before I had mine! How funny is that. Shelby came C-Section April 1. I'm with you I can't believe she is 7.5 months already. It makes me sad to know it goes soooo fast. Congrats to you!!!!!!!!
Wow! I know how you feel. I have been on bed rest for 6 weeks now. It's not fun at all. I have an appointment today and they are going to check and see if the baby is head down and how much she weights. I officially stop my meds today and they are going to allow her to come when ever she wants. My actual due date is April 1 but as of our last appointment the doctor expects to see her within two weeks of stopping the meds so it could be any time now. Good luck to you. I know how hard this is. I am so ready for it to be over!
BH doesn't sound like much fun at all. I am on meds now twice a day to stop my uterus from contracting but the doctor is hopeful that we'll make it to 38 weeks now. That's a whole month later than he originally thought.
Well keep me posted about your progress.
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