@Megsarama26 you poor thing what a time you've had, you have done so well. Believing that your little babies are going to be fine and that everything works out for you xxx
Megs, thinking of you DH and the bubs. I have everything crossed for you xx
@Megsarama26 thinking of you and hoping your babies stay put as long as possible. Im glad you are being well looked after in this difficult time.
We are staying positive for u x
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Megs, the biggest hugs ever from me. How terrifying for you, you've been on my mind all day. I don't know what to say, but I will be praying for you and your bubbies that you get past 26 xxxxxxx
Megs I am so sorry to hear the OB's latest update. Your babies sound like theyre in the greatest of care medically wise and they have the best mum and dad they could possibly ask for.
Lots of positive vibes and general thoughts of Love for you and your family. Make sure you are looking after you too. Xx
totally off topic but had to say something. It truely does shock me when people question medical advice. On my facebook feed there was a annon. post on a pregnancy page asking how she could get another scan after her doctor denied her request for a second scan after she questioned the gender reveal, as she was having "girl" symptoms but the 20 week scan said they were 99% having a boy - even stated she saw boy parts. Why do people question trained medical professionals over old wives tales?? I know the scans can be wrong and mothers intuition prevails for some but seriously? Might just be me.
@Megsarama26 sending you love and prayer that what ever the next few days brings, you and your babies r strong and healthy! Take care and will b thinking of you 💗💗
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@Megsarama26 - Hope today is another uneventful one for you! xxx
@Wishnhope - Never understand people like this myself!
AFM, had our Midwives meet and greet last night at the hospital. As they are a team of 6, and chances could be that your actual midwife might not be available on the day, it was good getting to meet them all and put a face to them.
They also took us into the birthing rooms, the ones we will be in are the nice ones with meds all behind cupboard doors, as well as the other room in case there are complications.
With our team, they like to have you sent home after the birth, rather than going down to the antenatal ward - this is so that we can get decent sleep, not have to share a shower or toilet.. and not be woken by other women or their babies. The midwives then come to visit us everyday or few days for 2 weeks at our homes.
At first, i really wasn't on board with this idea, but I can definitely see the huge advantages of being able to settle in at home sooner rather than later..
And of course, they won't send you home if you are not ready to or something is wrong.
So pretty excited for our impending birth now! 13 weeks and counting!!!
Meg's I hope they stay for one more week, if not have faith in the medical professionals they will do everything they can.
@bow ties are you going to a Birth Centre rather than normal birth suites? If so that's great! Birth Centres are wonderful.
I am going to public hospital birth suites but will be opting for a 6hour discharge (provided that everything goes well) as I know I'll feel much more relaxed at home in my own bed with my family around. @megs I hope today is a good day. You've been in all our thoughts and I have got everything crossed that things go well from here on in. xx
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