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Hi ladies. I just tested this morning and had a BFP. Tho I am happy, I also have a little nevousness. I have 3 DDs (7, 4 and 7 months) already and being that my youngest is 7 months makes me a little scared. My other two are 3 years apart so I didn't have a really little one and an infant to take care of. My other concearn is that Ive had all 3 kids via c/s and this past time the doctor said that my uterus is thin and there was a lot of scar tissue. He said he would advise to try and not to get prego (tho this was an accident) but if I did we would have to monitor it closely and maybe even have the baby at 37 weeks. Anyways, I would love to hear from any of you ladies who may of had a simular experience. TIA!! And congrats to all of you!!!
Welcome and congratulations! My kids are 21 months apart, just a few more months apart than your wee ones will be. While those 4 months probably make a difference, my older son was still just a baby, really. He was demanding and I had plenty of running after him left to do. BUT he also quickly became a great helper, and he seemed to sense when I just needed to sit on the couch, hold the baby, and watch him. Of course, I was always available for snuggles when he needed them, too. You find ways to work it out. And as they have gotten older, I am THRILLED that they're so close in age. They're best friends, and they're so much fun! You'll figure it out, I promise. It actually sort of works itself out.
As for the thin uterus, that's not my specific problem, but there were plenty of issues with my uterus and placenta last time, so I need to be closely monitored this time around, too. Because of where we'll be, I'll have to have a c-section. (The hospital doesn't allow VBAC.)
I hope that we all have an uneventful 9 months ahead!