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Re : Some reassurance

Post by taras mom » Thu Jan 22, 2004 11:12 am

That's great, Lauren![:D]

Carol (38)
DH Bill (40)
Tara Mairichi
12/7-12/9, 2002
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Re : Some reassurance

Post by twolfgram » Thu Jan 22, 2004 06:12 am

That's great, Lauren. It's so nice to hear a story where the doc is actually listening to the patient and helping. There have been so many bad posts lately, I was beginning to lose faith in the profession!

Therese Mom to
Jonathan - born 10/4/95 at 28 weeks due to HELLP
Angel in Heaven - Erik 12/20/02 due to placental abruption
And "Baby dot" - EDD 9/11/04!

Some reassurance

Post by evansmom » Thu Jan 22, 2004 06:01 am

Just wanted to let everyone know I spoke to my OB about how I was feeling (lousy) being off my BP meds and he was sooo understanding. He reassured me that if I continue to feel this way, there are some safer alternatives in the same family of meds I was on that should help. I was afraid I was overreacting and he would think I was crazy, but he totally reassured me that we would be able to help me feel better with (hopefully) minimal effect on the baby. What a relief!

Lauren 27
DH Jeff
Evan 12-9-01
EDD 7-11-04

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