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Wow Chelle! Sounds like there is a lot going on in your pregnancies! I'm glad though that so far everything is going well for you and your new baby! I am not high risk at the moment but usually at about 17 weeks I will be treated as high risk as I did for my last baby. Anyway just wanted to say hello and let you know that I will keep you in my thoughts and hope you have a relatively uneventful pregnancy! Good luck!
Well Chikey it looks like we at least have each other out of the Oct 07 club. I had severe Pre-E with my first delivered emergency section at 30 weeks. Then with my son I had Pre-E and delivered at 36 weeks. Lets hope we can go full term without complications. *crosses fingers*
I can't believe that they are putting your HR because of a gastric bypass. I am 6 years post op and it presented no huge problem with my pregnancy. I had my folic acid levels checked priot to TTTC. I had a pretty big problem with anemia, but nothing that couldn't be solved with some iron treatments.
To put your heart at ease, I know a lady that had her baby 39 weeks after her gastric bypass. She doesn't know if she got pregnant before or after her surgery, but her baby came out fine. I think you'll find that your pregnancy will be healthier than previous pregnancies when you were overweight. Good Luck!