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Post by julie f » Thu Nov 13, 2003 02:59 pm


So, glad to see that things are stable right now! 32 weeks is great!! I really hope that they are able to lift your strict bedrest restrictions for you, you're on the home stretch now!

So glad to hear the good update! Take care and keep us posted!

Zachary James, 7/22/03-7/27/03, born at 26 weeks due to severe pe

Cautiously Optimistic Good News!

Post by erin2003 » Thu Nov 13, 2003 04:30 am

Hi All,

I have been posting on the Ask the Experts board but thought I'd throw an update on here!

I have been having a problem with my BP fluctuating from around 27w. I was kept in the hospital on Monday for observation and testing. My BP stabalized Tuesday and has stayed at a high/norm! I was able to dx the Home Care Nurse for now! I am feeling better than I have in weeks. Headaches and spots seem to be gone?! I have been warned that 35w will mark another danger period for us and that I should be prepared then for my BP to stay high.

Right now I am just feeling blessed to have a couple more weeks!

I am still on strict bedrest but hopefully if everyhting looks good at my Peri appointment Tuesday that will be lifted to Moderate Bedrest!

Anyways just wanted to share our update!

Take care all!

32w2d [:)]

Me 27 DH 28
^|^ Jackson Andrew Jan 21-25, 2003
Born at 27w5d due to Pre-E, HELLP
OMGoodness! It's a Girl! EDD Jan 6/04
C-section scheduled Dec 31/03