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I was wondering.... because I had a leak (which I believe sealed itself) would that be considered a weak spot? I'm still having pressure and contractions and I worry it may cause another leak or worse. My contractions are definately not as bad as when I landed in the hospital but they are coming off and on.
I can't even half sit up and it causes evrything to go out of wack. This is so crazy.
I asked my OB about this after I was sent home. She said no, if the sac reseals, then it's basically back to what it was before. So no worries! Though the question I keep asking is, if things are back to normal, why must we be monitored so closely? I'm 37 weeks and they still want me going in twice a week for NST's, and I just don't understand what for. If I'm resealed, then I can't get infection, and all the NST's are for are to monitor baby's heartrate for signs of infection. GL hun!! I'm glad to see you still hanging in there!