Wow....I went into labor at 27 weeks and my doctor told me that it is hard to save them before 25 weeks and they try to get them to 27 weeks or as absolutely close as they can. It is extremely dangerous and rarely do children survive at that point. I will keep them in my thoughts. Hopefully they got the contractions stopped!!! Keep us posted.
We have one of those miracle babies in our family. Jordan was born at 23 weeks and weighed a little over a pound and he SURVIVED. He stayed in the hospital for over a month and they were able to raise his weight to 5 pds before letting him go home. He is now 10 years old. TEN YEARS!
sorry i hvaent posted sooner but its been a rough little bit...i came on today for the first time in a while...just wanted to let everone know that she lost the baby :( it was extrememly hard but with the help of all her friends and family shes getting through it alright! she now says that "thats what God wanted or God had better plans for her" thank you for your prayers and responces! it means alot!!!!!
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