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Yeah, you'd think they be able to block it with a thin plastic shield or something or maybe guide it to another less essential organ. I read a story years ago about a woman who had this happen to her and it actually attached to her liver. In fact, the whole baby eventually left her womb and was just hanging out in its sac on her liver. It was touch and go with her for a long while but the baby and mom survived.
I know that it is a very personal decision to make and that what is an acceptable risk for some moms is unacceptable for others. I, personally, would also gamble my bladder if it meant a very good chance of my baby making it to term. However, be prepared for all the lifestyle chances that may mean.
'Scuse the bad typing, please. 'Breast is Best' but not when browsing the internet!
Wow, what an ordeal you have been given. I am keeping you and baby in my thoughts! I imagine you are having routine u/s to check on the condition? Is there anything that can be done to prevent the placenta from growing further into your bladder while baby is still inside?
There is nothing that can be done to keep the placenta from growing where it is growing sadly boy I wish it had a redirect button. We will be having ultrasounds every 2 weeks so at least they are being very cautious about making sure I am watched
I am so sorry. I don't really know much about your condition but I will keep you in my prayers that there is minimal damage to your bladder or potentially other organs. So scary! Ah, I wish there was more that could be done to prevent problems But I am glad that you have a good team of doctors to watch you closely and often.
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I'm so sorry you got such scary news. I will be praying for you and baby. I never new such a condition even existed. Try to take comfort in knowing many other women and their babies got through it and that you are being watched by a good team of doctors. T&P's for you and your family!!!!
wow.. that is crazy. i see things like that on tv but i dnt think they happen to normal people lol if that makes any since.. i am hoping that it doesnt ruin anything of yours and you have a full term healthy little baby... i know that seems alot to ask for right nw but stranger things have happened! you will be in my thoughts and prayers!