The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line


The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby timelessbeauty » Fri May 06, 2005 01:09 pm

I went in today to drop off my 24 hr jug of "lemonade" and ended up being there for two hours. They ran an NST and he was sleepy on it. Heart rate looked good, no contractions but he wasn't moving much. Much like I had told them he had been slowing down. They then put me in a room to do a 30 minute BPP, still sluggish, 1 gross movement (not too gross to watch hehehe) and lots of breathing and sleeping. The cord looks good and he seems well, just a tired or exhausted kid I guess. So I go in tonight at 5:30pm for induction! I'm made it 38 wks and 3 days today! What a feat!

Wish me luck all goes well! He's face up but head down! UGH .. Back labor!!!

Sue
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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby mada » Fri May 06, 2005 01:37 pm

Goodluck Tonight!! Hope everything goes well honey!! Good laboring vibes your way!!

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby youtan » Fri May 06, 2005 01:42 pm

Just in time for Mother's Day!!! Good luck!

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby mom2tori » Fri May 06, 2005 02:12 pm

Good Luck!!!!! I will be thinking of you tonight and can't wait to hear how things went for you! What a nice Mothers Day present for you!!!

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby raindrop » Sat May 07, 2005 07:03 am

good luck on a fast labor.. i hated being induced as well. as said before.. wonderful Mothers Day present!!!

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby denise » Sun May 08, 2005 01:14 pm

Best wishes for a smooth and easy induction Sue!!! I'll be thinking of you!

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby annegarrett » Sun May 08, 2005 06:05 pm

Good luck!!! You got really far--can't wait to hear how things went. Take care and get lots of rest.

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby timelessbeauty » Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:11 am

I am reminded of this post today as I reflect that I am 38 weeks pregnant today. I go in for a doctor appointment tomorrow and I have noticed similarities with this boy to my previous son, just slowing down at this time as all of us didn't expect the pregnancy to last this long. The baby is tired of being in the womb without a view and I am exhausted in carrying him around as he dropped a week ago and still not much activity as far as contractions since last Monday's hospitalization.

The only thing I can hope for now is that he is no longer sunny side up. I had to pray for head down, now I have to pray he turns around and faces the correct way to be beneficial to both of us. Induction is set for Thursday night if I don't hear back otherwise after tomorrow's appointment.

This pregnancy holds another milestone in that I have never worked right up until the day of delivery before! I worked until 32 weeks with my oldest, was slammed in hospital for 4 days with severe PE and then sent home on bed rest for 1 month until delivery. I worked until I was thrown in the hospital at 23 weeks for my second but that didn't end happy. I worked up until 13 weeks along with third and was paranoid to do anything but just walk on occasion. I worked until 20-21 weeks with my fourth delivery but then again became overwhelmingly paranoid to stay home and protect the pregnancy. This time around? Yes, I've been paranoid but I have also been listening to my body and watching for signs closely. No swelling, no bp issues, I have a sit down job and I am able to walk around as much as I want so I don't go crazy. Walking the couple blocks to get lunch I believe has been a blessing to keep me active and keep things in motion. But here I sit, 38 weeks along and still coming to work for a full shift. To me, unbelievable!

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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby kara » Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:28 am

WOW, Sue! How Awesome!
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Re : The Train Stops Here ..... End of the Line

Postby caryn » Mon Nov 17, 2008 02:25 pm

Best of luck, Sue! What a quiet pregnancy you've had, and how grateful you must be. :-)

Keep us posted as you're able!
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