s/c: Still got the ECP going on. But my herniated disc is by far the worst atm. Had a kidney stone Tlast week so I was in the ER all night. Still have not passed it...too big...So I am hoping it breaks itself up or else I will have to wait to get it blasted after I deliver. As long as it doesn't move it doesn't bother me.
Other: Had my GD appointment today. I was against taking the class since I did my prior two pregnancies but WOW this class was much better. I got some outstanding information about my diet and hopefully with these minor tweaks I won't be put on meds! Working on the nursery this week!
s/c: ECP and pressure has been terrible all the sudden. Also it seems I herniated my L4/L5 but on my right side this time...oh joy!
Other: MW checked my at my 32 week appointment and I was a dimple dilated, very low and soft! Had an elective u/s on Saturday and they told me Khloe was very low to the point where it was very difficult to get a 3d/4d face shot! She took measurements and has me measuring a week ahead and baby's weight is ~5 lbs 1 oz! Fasting levels still range from 97-106!!!!!! No matter if I have a snack or not! I don't see the GD doc till the 11th!!!! Oh and my fluids seem to be low, not sure what would be causing that. Hoping to get some answers at my next appointment.
Like the dilation process? You really can't. But you can stay dilated where you are now for weeks. Some woman months. What you can do is rest as much as possible, especially if you start having contractions that are consistent. I started dilating last pregnancy at 36 weeks...I was 2-3 cm and I ended up having my daughter at 38 weeks. I am 33 weeks now and a "dimple" dilated. So that really could not mean anything...I could stay a "dimple" until my induction at 39 weeks. Good luck to you and try to take it easy!View Thread
Korin(31), DH(26), DS(4), DD(1), Khloe Madison EDD: 10/18/12
How much glyburide do they have you taking? They may have to "up" it. I was on 1/2 a pill last time. Even having a snack at night my fastings are still between 99-106. So I will be on meds soon. I know they can only go so far with glyburide then they move onto insulin. Hopefully it does not come to that though.View Thread
Korin(31), DH(26), DS(3), DD(1), Khloe Madison EDD: 10/18/12
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