For the last couple weeks my blood pressure has creeped up. On Monday I went in for my 34 week appointment and was told after an ultrasound that my baby is measuring a full pound smaller than it should and my amniotic fluid is low. I was hospitalized overnight for observation. Tuesday morning they said they are keeping me until the baby comes or goes into distress and they have to do a c section. I was hoping for a vbac, but everything us up in the air now. I'm just concerned about the baby's well being. Please pray for us. Thank you.
You are in my thoughts and definitely you will be in my prayers.in spite of being inconvenienced by being away from your house The good thing is you are under constant care and monitoring and you are almost there.
I'm doing pretty good. I'm still on modified bedrest. Doc says I can walk about as I desire. My bp has started trending downward, but is still elevated. So they want me to deliver at 37 weeks. The staff here is great so that makes it easier.
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