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    Iv been 0.4mm for 14 wks. My cervical cerlage to be removed next Tues at 36+3 days.
    Starting to feel pressure badly this week & getting bhicks and feels like the stitch is pulling/stinging. Woke up this morning with cramps so Ill be calling hospy shortly to see if I need a check up...

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    Soo half my stitch tore & had other part removed Thursday they kept me in overnight for monitoring now back home. Therefore Im 36wks today & stitchless. 2cm dialated but cervix still facing down not forward & just back to hanging around home waiting...


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    So bub could come any day now! Here's to hoping you reach 37 weeks. You've done so well though!

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    I've been in hospital since Thursday as I went into labor... They have seem to be able to have stopped the contractions with heaps of drugs. I'm 28+2. Bub is healthy And active.
    I am about 2 cms dilated and effaced. So just seeing what happens.
    I am not sure how many times they will try and stop contractions before thy let him out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Autumncurl View Post
    I've been in hospital since Thursday as I went into labor... They have seem to be able to have stopped the contractions with heaps of drugs. I'm 28+2. Bub is healthy And active.
    I am about 2 cms dilated and effaced. So just seeing what happens.
    I am not sure how many times they will try and stop contractions before thy let him out?
    They'll probably keep stopping them until they can't......

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    The head OB came and saw me today. They won't try to stop the contractions for the next two weeks as I've had steroids and magnesium sulfate. Any signs of infection they will c section me. So it's just waiting.

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    Thinking of you autumn!! Did your waters break or just contractions? 28 weeks gestation is a lot better than 24 so well done! Steroids will really help as well. Keep us updated!

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    Update:
    My waters broke on the 26th at 6pm and I ended up with an emergency c-section on the 29th due to being borderline septicemic.

    My baby boy was born at 3:32pm. He was 29+4weeks and weighed 1040g.
    He is of course in the NICU , but is doing amazingly well. He had breathing tubes removed yesterday and is breathing by himself!


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    Congratulations on the arrival of your gorgeous little man. I'm glad to hear he is doing so well.

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    Congrats autumn!!! Good to hear he is doing well


 

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