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    That's great your 28 weeks that's the big one. My next goal is 32 as well, I had my son at 31 + 1. Today I am 30 + 4 today just got back from my scan and I'm 3.24cm so it's holding stable. How often are you having checks on your cervix?

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    33 weeks here!!

    Lost a bit of length, but still holding strong. Next check is 34 weeks. Won't check again after that. And probably wouldn't bother with that one either except I also want a growth scan done

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    That's great cakeish and petrult. That length is within normal range. My next scan is at 30 weeks. Looking forward to that!

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    I've made it past my last preterm gestation birth of 31+1 ! I'm now 31+3 today feels very strange in a way but good

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    I still haven't gotten the results of my 34 week scan as she couldn't decide what the length was and wanted the specialist to review the slides as well - means I have to wait until after Easter but I'm ok with that.

    35 weeks now - under two weeks from my first birth. But I'm finding that I've been so prepared mentally for an earlier birth, the fact that I might go past that date makes me equally stressed as coming too early!

    I'm in a fair amount of pelvic discomfort and period type pains/braxton hicks, so I'm hoping 37 weeks will be spot on for me.

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    Cakeish you must be nearly there by now? No bub yet?

    How are the rest of you going?

    Saw my OB yesterday baby growth is right on track so GD is not affecting weight at all. Induction will be on 29th May, my 35th birthday! In two weeks I have to move closer to the hospital as we live 5 hrs away. It feels real now a bit scary, I never got the chance to think about labour and pain with my last pregnancy ending in a prem birth, this time around I remember the pain clearly and this baby will be double the size of my last lol

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    I am! Well, 36.5 which is close enough for me!

    I'm beginning to think I'm going to go alltheway to 42! It's hard waiting now because I'm very uncomfortable and I was emotionally prepared for baby to be here by now.

    I think the fact that baby isn't quite at zero station yet really helped. DD was fully engaged from much earlier which put a lot of pressure on everything.

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    Well done, every day is a bonus to me, but it helps knowing I have a definite date. Also I have to plan so much as it's not just a short drive to the hospital if I were to go into labour.

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    Well I had my little well not so little boy early Monday morning at 3.05am. 2955g or 6p8oz at 34+5 days. Breathing on his own, holding his temp. Just needs to be on full feeds and gaining weight so should be in hospital no longer than 2 weeks. Called him Vin Ryder.

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    Yay petrult!! Congratulations on your little baby boy! What a great size and well done on getting to 34 weeks!


 

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