Things seem to be pretty ok for now. Ob wasn't really concerned at all cause he could feel baby really easily and hear the heart beat clearly. He said that when there's lots of excess fluid baby can be difficult to feel so that was a bit of a relief. He also said that risk of a cord prolapse in the event of my waters breaking is very minimal given baby's head is starting to engage. So do dress crossed all stays well... Although I'm pretty keen for baby to arrive already!
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