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    Hey hun, how are you feeling today? Hope everything goes well for you this morning xx

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    Omg! How disgusting!!
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    It is horrible that they sent you home, but just so everyone is aware, you cannot do a CTG at 19 weeks. In fact, they aren't really useful until 28 weeks, until then, an ultrasound is the only thing that is truly reassuring. I used to work in a NICU, and I have looked after babies who's water has broken as early as 17 weeks and survived, it is a long, long road though. Wishing you and your baby all the best, I hope your scan goes well.

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    I'm so sorry that you are going through this...

    I hope everything goes well with your scan today, you're in my thoughts... Huge hugs!!!

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    Thinking of you today op.

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    I was just checking in... Hope you have some positive news :-)
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    Thank you to all.. Scan went ok today did all the measurements had a normal heart beat and seems to be going ok.. The placenta is in a weird spot which they said they would have to monitor to see if it changes. I have another appointment on Wednesday so I'll ask about infections and what's my chance.. But last night and this morning I don't know if I was listening very well.. I'm feeling alot more positive today and hoping that as each goes by that both the baby and I will get stronger together

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    Best of luck and love to you both. Hang in there.

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    Im so glad you got better news this morning. Hang in there Will keep you and your family in my thoughts xoxo

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    That's good news. Were they able to tell how much water you lost? Or if there's an infection risk?



 

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