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4447476 tn?1399396565

home sweet home!

So after discovering I was having contractions every 5-6 minutes and was sent to the hospital by my doc to be monitored, I'm home! Yesterday was so crazy! I had been feeling really crampy and went to my doc appointment that I already had. When I told him, he checked me. He sent me to the hospital to be monitored because he said he thought my cramps were contractions and my cervix was getting thin. After I got all hooked up, I realized they were indeed contractions! I panicked! But, they kept me and monitored me over night, and the last time they checked me I was still just thin and did not dilate so I got to go home. I pray this baby girl stays put for at least another 6wks! Before I left, every nurse that came in told me.. If you feel like you need to be checked or monitored, or if you ever feel like baby isn't moving as much as she should, NEVER hesitate to go in! It's not hard for them to hook you up and check you! That's why they are there! So remember that ladies  :-)
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Avatar universal
I'm glad everything turned out for the better. :)
As far as them telling you not to hesitate to go in, we have to remember that although nurses do care and doctors care too, a hospital is still a business, a multi BILLION dollar business. The more often you go in, the more money the hospital makes.
4447476 tn?1399396565
Well yea that's true. After that little scare though, I'm not taking my chances. I would much rather go in and it be nothing, than to not go in and have it be something.
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