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So, they weren't seeing enough accels even after I'd just eaten lunch and a piece of dh's birthday cake; Dr T the ob on call came in to talk to me, does not like my decreased insulin need, is worried about the placenta, so we have a new plan. NST#8 is tomorrow, and I'm booked for Sunday July 24th at 0930h. Yikes! There was some concern that he would be doing it today, so two days' notice is nice! Of course if I go into labor, water breaks, start contracting, or baby moves less, to come in and he'll do me immediately prior to that. So much for a nice, quiet, scheduled, elective repeat c/s! Hoping baby's lungs are fine, but he's having the neonatologist present at birth anyhow. Praying for good things since he'll be 37w6d instead of my nice scheduled 39wks. I've got a nursery to clean and fill!
good luck and I hope baby is born healthy and strong!
With my first, I had PIH that turned into pre-e and we ended up delivering towards the end of week 36 because he just was not doing well on NSTs and he ended up being kicked out of the NICU because he was being disruptive He kept pushing himself around the bassinet and unplugging his monitors and setting them off so they wheeled him down to our room and said they'd come to him since he was officially still a NICU baby but they just couldn't have him in the actual NICU disturbing everyone else Six years later and he's still just as fidgety
Hoping for a easy delivery and healthy baby and mommy.
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