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Re: this time no PE

Post by princess purr » Sat Jun 15, 2013 01:59 am

Congrats!! What wonderful news!!! I lost my daughter during my first pregnancy and it looks like I'm having a boy this time. I hope and pray to have a wonderful outcome like you have!!

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Post by midwestmom » Tue Jun 11, 2013 09:58 am

Great news! Congratulations and welcome to the world Luka!

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Post by sam10 » Tue Jun 11, 2013 09:01 am

Congratulations! So happy to hear the good news. Welcome little Luka Santiago :-)

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Post by alviarin » Tue Jun 11, 2013 06:25 am

Congratulations!!! So happy to hear that you had a normal, pre-e free, pregnancy. Welcome Luka!

this time no PE

Post by lei.in.the.sky » Tue Jun 11, 2013 12:58 am

Hi everyone,

many hugs from the other side of the world to all of you. my little baby boy managed to make it to full term, with no complications. I delivered on June 3rd via c-section at 38 weeks.
although i was anxious, worried throughout the pregnancy i tried to enjoy it fully...keeping my hopes that this time we would have our baby. my pressure was great throughout, it went up a little the last week but i was not overly concerned at that point. i was on baby aspirin from prior to getting pregnant until 2 weeks before c-section.

it was the most overwhelming moment to see Luka Santiago "jump" out of my abdomen and scream at the top of his lungs.i cried so much the anesthesiologist asked me if i was ok...it was the ugly cries of all type of emotions put together, making me shake uncontrollably on the operating table.

he was 21 inches and just over 8 pounds. he looks a lot like our little leilani, the nose, mouth and eyes...although she was so tiny at her birth.

i will never know the "why's" of my preeclampsia at first pregnancy, but i am thankful i managed to steer clear this time.

this forum has been a major support, and i hope everyone delivers their babies safely and PE free.

hugs

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