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February 21st, 2006, 07:43 AM
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[SIZE=2]Ok I should tell I am fine and doing well. I saw the dr yesterday well she said I am doing well. I am 30 weeks today. I am freaked the baby boys hb was 160 2 weeks ago and now the hb is 140. My dr said its kuz the baby is getting bigger but I freaks me out. I am also freaked kuz i have only gained 6 lbs so far in the pregnancy. I look big but not gaining weight I guess. My dr said to me that if I only gain 10 the whole pregnancy that good 4 her. The funny thing is I am not watching my weight we love our sweets. Ice cream, brownies, cookies, and candy. I have never gotten this far. This will be the first baby after 2 m/c.[font=Arial]
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February 21st, 2006, 10:39 AM
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Your dr is right & I've heard it before... the h/b rate goes down a bit like that. It's ok. ((hugs)))

When are you due?
Congrats on making it further in this pregnancy than any before!! That's great news!!! I'm pregnant again after 2 m/c's as well... but I had 3 children before having any m/c's. Those came as a shock to us.

I'm glad you are here!! Try to relax, sounds like your baby is doing great!!
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February 21st, 2006, 12:40 PM
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Wow, everything sounds great to me. Keep up the good work. Congrats B
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February 21st, 2006, 03:17 PM
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I am glad you are doing so well - try not to worry too much. As we all know - it doesn't really help to worry & stress is no good for you or the baby. (((hugs)))) You are almost there!
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February 22nd, 2006, 05:29 AM
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Yes, and when your baby is born his little heart rate may even dip down into the 90s. The bigger you get, the lower your heartrate is. Also, I have heard that things like sleeping and such can affect the rate. Congrats on your healthy baby boy!
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February 22nd, 2006, 11:20 AM
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the dr is right, you are doing great! the heart rate will change depending on whether the baby is awake and moving, awake and resting, light sleep and deep sleep. i get weekly non-stress tests, and my babies heart rate can sometimes range from the 120's to the 180's in that hour. i know it's freaky- after all, our heart rates don't do that- but it's actually a good sign. if the rate stayed the same, they would be very worried. congratulations on 30 weeks!
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