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I just noticed, that I haven't done this!
Not to mention, I am not good with this - but here is the gist of it.
I went to visit hospital, due bad swelling on my feet on 29th of July, and was appointed on doing the 24 hour urine test, and return on the following day, when I was taken in due Pre-E.
After that, everything went with quite a blast, that I barely remember even myself. All I remember is, that I HATED my stay in the hospital - before and after the delivery.
I was rushed to section on 9th of August (@ 32 weeks gestation) (which was performed, while I was being under), because I had started to lose up my sight and tremble during the weekend. Mikael was born during the midday, and then rushed to the children's hospital - next to the one, where I delivered him. He stopped breathing about 10 minutes after being taken out. He returned to the same hospital the following day, since he started to breathe on his own. My first encounter with him, was day after delivery, since the nurses kindly enough let me go from the intense care to see him (I had bad breathing problems after the section, and the saturation of oxygen were peaking around 80% without extra oxygen.)
All in all - I stayed inside of the hospital for GLORIOUS 21 days.
But all in all, according to the papers: all went well with the delivery, but aftermath was worst.
Mikael was eventually released on september to go home.
~ The Fragile world of the Little one, Flourishing soon to Full Bloom ~