Jill- I also scar with Keloids. Last year at this time I had a Laproscopic procedure and the small scars are hideous! I wonder if I do have a c/s they can finx the one down by my pelvis.. or maybe atleast incoorporate it into the c/s site lol.View Thread
to hear from the Dr. She is suppose to call me today to tell me what my last Platelette level was and to discuss the u/s. I really wish she would call already, I'm getting impatient! I'd like to know what she thinks the plan should be for our breeched baby.... wait and do another u/s or schedule a c/s?! I've been trying all sorts of "old-wives tails" to get her to turn but she doesn't budge! I'm afraid she's stuck in that position and has no room to move at all... it just seems like it would be soooo uncomfortable, poor girl. View Thread
Well at least your LO turned head down.. that's something! (sort of gives me a little bit of hope for my breeched LO). Sending LV's your way.. good luck hope everything gets started on it's own. If it doesn't then march 10th is a great day to be born.. that's my B'day! lol GL!!!View Thread
To be honest, I have no idea since this is #1 for me also. But I've heard people explain them differently. Like BHC are suppose to be non-painful and just a tightening of the entire uterus. But I have also heard some people say they are somewhat painful or discomforting. They've also said that if it really is BHC, if you lay on your side or drink some water they should go away. I've also heard them being described at menstrual like cramping only not as severe. WHO KNOWS!? I have a feeling we won't find out until we are in true labor, to the point where you can not walk, lol.View Thread
I'm just wondering if anyone has an opinion about this. At my u/s yesterday they estimated my LO's weight to be about 4lb 13.5oz and I am almost a full 35 weeks. Any idea whether that is average or smaller than average? The u/s tech didn't really say anything, so I didn't think anything of it. But when I tell the girls at work, they all seem to think that's on the small side. Any thoughts?View Thread
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