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Yay for a great appt. That is great that baby is measuring perfectly. I also have a fibroid tumor and as long as it isn't at the bottom of the uterus blocking the babys exit then it shouldn't cause you any real problems. If it is in the way then you might need a c-section, but usually one doesn't cause that much trouble. Mine causes me extra pain though, so just keep that in mind if you feel a strange pain in one spot. So what was the heartbeat? I am always curious to see if the hb tells the sex, the myth was true for me both times!!
Thank you Mistyx5 for my siggy.
YAY for hearing that lovely heartbeat!!!!!!!! Glad things were looking good!!! Sorry about the fibroid, I'll be hoping that it doesn't cause you any problems!!
As for that h/b thing, I don't know, I would be wondering what in the heck was going on if I relied on that. My little one has been running consistently in the 150-160's but this Monday when I went, it was in the 130's. BIG difference, would have thrown the whole guessing thing way off!
well, I'm already going to be having an early c-section after anmino to check for lung function around 36-37 weeks because of the myomectomy (fibroid removal) I had 8 years ago. THe doctors DO NOT WANT ME TO GO INTO LABOR! I will probably just have few extra u/s to check on the health of the fibroid, because they can out grow their blood supply and start dying (which is a bad thing). My only concern is that it will cause me to go into premature labor or that they will have to do a hysterectomy (at the time of birth or shortly there after)