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    Saralou- I'm SO sorry to hear that you and your family lost your sis at such a young age. That would be so devistating. My heart breaks for families that lose children

    So far I have no signs of pre eclampsia and bubs is measuring exact to dates. He is at the 35 percentile. Anything between 10-90% is classed normal.

    Will definitely keep you updated.

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    Saralou- do u have fb? If so, we have an Illawarra mums bubhub group if U would like to join us?? Just type in "bubhub Illawarra" in a search and it should pop up.

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    No I don't
    Its probably much more active over there is it? It's so quiet in here!! How is your little bub going? It's getting close now! I've just finished up my TAFE for the term and have decided not to go back until next year *maybe*. I'll still be studying via correspondence from home. I finish work in 8 weeks!

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    Oh yeah it sometimes gets chatty but not always.
    Yeah progressing ok. Had a scan yesterday and poor little bubba is now in 6th centile and amniotic fluid is decreasing which are both no good signs. I'm seeing a maternal fetal specialist some time this week, just waiting on my Ob to call today to give me the details. Chances are bub will be here within 2 weeks little early but I it's in bubbas best interest then I'm ok with it.
    Yay for finishing work in 8 weeks!! Hopefully those 8 weeks fly for you.
    Congrats on finishing Tafe for the year. How hard will it be to study via correspondence? I would imagine it to be extremely hard.
    I'll keep u posted on progress and if u ever do get fb, let me know. I'm happy to chat to u in here though. I spend a fair but of time in bubhub! Lol

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    Hi Angenrod and Sarelou,

    I hadnt checked in for a while and thought I would today. Wow Ange how many weeks are you now? Crossing my fingers and everything else I have for you.

    Sarelou how are you feeling with the countdown to finishing work?

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    So does that make bub about 8 weeks early? You are right, its not ideal, but I was 6 weeks early 25 years ago so I am sure you will both be ok!.. And as you said before you have both done really well to get this far - sounds like a little fighter in there to me! What does this mean about your birth options? Do you have to have a caesar? If so are you feeling ok about that? Good good luck and please keep me updated I'd love to know when it all goes ok and you get to meet your darling little baby

    Ekos I am so excited! I can't wait to meet my baby! We haven't found a replacement yet, or even started looking so hopefully we do that soon. We are only a small office (4 people including myself) so really needs to get underway! I'm going to be on maternity leave from 4 weeks prior to my due date so hopefully I don't go late or crazy in the meantime!
    How long do you have to go?

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    oh and in regards to TAFE by correspondence - it is so hard! I am doing book keeping so it blows my mind sometimes. (Ok alot of the time!) Thats why I transferred some units to TAFE so I could go to class and have an actual teacher to ask questions. But doing that two nights a week plus working full time, and the exam and assignment deadlines, I was starting to stress too much and losing sleep, plus not eating a proper dinner on those nights so I decided to drop the rest of this years classes and just continue the correspondence.. I'll get there with determination hopefully! But I wouldn't recommend it unless it was for an easy course.

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    Hi ekos- I'm currently 29+5 today. So if i go soon, I'll be 10 weeks early... Hence why I'm hoping to get to 32 weeks which puts me 8 weeks early, however if u look at 37 being full term, it's really only 5-7 weeks early.. I still have not heard from my doc, and was hoping to by 3pm today. I did call his office, and they said he'll either call me today or tmrw... Grrrrr I really want to know today what is going to happen.

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    Oh.... Hang in there hopefully he will ring you first thing in the morning

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    Hey Ange any news? Been thinking about you!


 

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