Its been about 8mins and Ive started having contractions every 2 mins so far. Im laying on my left side to see if they slow down or fade as they usually do but they havent yet! Should I still wait an hour before calling or should I call in about a half hour?! I say call because my Dr doesnt want me to spontaneously show up unless my water breaks.
They sent me home. I had two contractions while there the rest of the pains are from bubs moving around in a frenzy. My cervix, the nurse said, is a "wiggly 1cm" as in they are just calling it a 2 to think on the "bright side". Im scheduled for an ultrasound on Tuesday at 220pm and I see my Dr at 250p if I dont have him before then. My hubby was NOT happy of them sending me home again but Im just a ticking time bomb I guess.
About 2p I grew nervous about bubs lack of movement and I dont like the taste of water (yet love ice so yeah...) anyway, I had a less than half single serving bottle of Gatorade. Not regular either, I got the G2 stuff since is lower in sodium and sugar. But apparently that got him all worked up.
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