About Me: Female, 44, San Antonio, TX, member since Jun 2009
This is my third pregnancy. Five years ago I went into labor at 26 wks. It was just too early and she lived for 10 hrs. 21 mins. Last year I had a miscarriage at 6 wks. Started seeing an RE discovered I have a bicornuate uterus. He put me on Clomid (100). Got pregnant t
[More]he first cycle. I am currently 5 wks and 4 days and scared to death. Please God let this work!!!!
"If the baby is in a breech postion he or she could still turn around. My son was breech until the very end. I also had him at 36 wks. and 3 days and he weighed 5 pounds 4 ounces. I'm sure everything is fine. Good luck to you!"
Hi Amanda we are doing better, that day has a very hard day for me, I acutally work at the hospital that they took the victims and shooter too, we were under locked and so was my daughter's school and with my husband not being here made it even harder, but we are Blessed thanks...Nancie
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