I had an appt. today, baby girl is measuring 33cms, I'm 32w4d so she's measuring great! I have one biweekly appt., on the 12th, and then I start weekly after that, I get an U/S with my weekly appt. on the 19th, and we set my c-section date depending on how big she is.. I'm getting SO nervous and overwhelmed, starting to panic a little!! :(:(
Yea I'm also starting to panic lol I'm in the nesting phase. I've worked up until 8 months & they have me on bedrest, now I have all this time & all I want to do is clean everything lol my csection is on Jan 9th, I can't wait
I went hospital today for scan measurements great @ 34eks (I am 34 & 3days) have another appt next week then every 2weeks after.
They asked if want voluntary csection but I said vbac (had csection with 2nd) 3rd child fine.
Booked a hospital appt for 3rd but i'm due 7 Jan! Did you all opt for csection? If so why?
I did, yes, because our son is in school and honestly I'd rather be able to plan exactly where he'll go so he stays on a routine (he's only 3 1/2) also my c-section was pretty scary, 8cms and they lost his H/B because he went into distress so I had an emergency c-section and was put completely under, no one could go in with me. So this time I'm looking forward to being awake and knowing the outcome!
I had a csection because I was in labor 19 hours and didn't dialate past 4cm and my daughter's head was pushing so hard trying to come out her scalp was swelling and she had a bad cone head. It went away after a couple of days but I wasn't knocked out I was awake for it all. It's not bad at all.
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