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I think i'm going to be considered somewhat high risk KK ....since losing Lauren at 18 weeks my OB wants to keep a close eye on me. I dont know what to expect however i'm sure we will be fine. So excited you got to join this DDC with me. I wish you a happy and healthy pregnancy.
BFP #1 - Baby boy born May 10 1998
BFP #2 - Baby Girl born March 22 2002
BFP #3 - Baby girl born September 18 2009 We started trying for our last child in September 2011 and it has been a rollercoaster
BFP #4 Baby girl Lauren born sleeping at 18 weeks July 5 2012 (PPROM) no answers why
BFP #5 - D&C Feb 11 2013 (heart Stopped at 13 weeks)
BFP #6 - Miscarriage at 8 weeks Nov 28 2014
BFP #7 - Baby girl Kimiah Genesis born sleeping at 23 weeks June 28 2016 (PPROM and/or PL)
again no answers why
My Ovulation Chart
Some days i feel to just give up but a part of me can't let go of the thought of hopefully one day God blessing us again!!!!
Thanks mama. I I am happy to I keep asking dh is it a line there .lol I am high risk because of my still born diabetes and I had a still born at 39 weeks. I had pre E that went untreated and I am just scared for that
I am high risk also! After having a set of premature twins. You can expect more doctor appointments probably.. which isn't very fun but I also got monthly ultrasounds with the really cool machines that would tell me the weight everytime! It was cool to find out I was having a boy and he was only 5 oz in weight! And it was on a mega-huge screen so I could see EVERYTHING. Really cool experience...
I'm high risk. I have type 1 diabetes and have had pre-e too.
I'll be seeing a perinatologist from the start. I'll get growth scans every 3 weeks, get to do a 24hr urine, have BPP's and non-stress tests. My doctor won't let me go past 37 weeks, assuming I get that far.
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