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by amandah
Sun Feb 03, 638318 3:43 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: fell hard
Replies: 8
Views: 1359

Re : fell hard

<t>definitely thank you. Least of my worries but still there I put a big hole in the wall and it is bugging me to death!!! So now I have to fix that. lol I am going to do some walking and see if I can get things going I would like to go on my own verses being induced but at this point will take eith...
by amandah
Sun Feb 03, 638318 1:47 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: fell hard
Replies: 8
Views: 1359

fell hard

<t>so 2 days ago I took a oatmeal bath for my pupps rash and when I stood up to get out I slipped and fell forward and tried to grab the towel rack and that broke out of the wall so I fell on my belly on the rim of the tub. So that sent me in to labor and I went from 0 to 3 centimeters dilated in ab...
by amandah
Fri Aug 27, 638315 4:59 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Should I be concerned with heart rate?
Replies: 15
Views: 2273

Re : Should I be concerned with heart rate?

<t>A hr of 100 could be normal for you but not for others the average persons heart stays under 80 bpm resting. when you are a child and participating in an exercise activity your hr rate could be any where up to 220 minus your age at the time. so if you were 10 years old doing jumping jacks your hr...
by amandah
Thu Aug 26, 638315 4:57 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: updates
Replies: 8
Views: 1126

Re : updates

<t>I am still trying to stick it out. My bp has been steady but these rashes are unbearable and nothing helps. I have literally scarred my skin from scratching so much. I even wake up scratching. I am still feeling about the same as I have for the last 5-6 days it is not letting up. If anything wors...
by amandah
Thu Aug 26, 638315 4:49 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Should I be concerned with heart rate?
Replies: 15
Views: 2273

Re : Should I be concerned with heart rate?

<t>when you are not pregnant it should be no higher than 70 bpm I think. 80-90 is considered "tachy" so I would definitely bring it up again. It's not immediate concern just something you should bring up. in my opinion (not a doctor). 80-90 for a pregnant person is fine over 100 not so normal but st...
by amandah
Mon Aug 16, 638315 11:02 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Should I be concerned with heart rate?
Replies: 15
Views: 2273

Re : Should I be concerned with heart rate?

<t>lately my bp has been okay not great but not too bad and my hr is insanely high. Most of the time when my hr is at it's highest my bp is at it's lowest it's so weird. They say with your hr subtract your age number from 220 and any thing over that is too dangerous. But any thing over 100 is not "g...
by amandah
Sat Aug 14, 638315 11:25 pm
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Should I be concerned with heart rate?
Replies: 15
Views: 2273

Re : Should I be concerned with heart rate?

<t>I have been dealing with this for quite some time this pregnancy. It started that my resting hr was 115-125(laying completely still for hours, and my active was 140-145 but they did the whole cardio work up so to speak and came up with nothing so they started labetalol to control my hr and pressu...
by amandah
Fri Jul 23, 638315 12:16 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: updates
Replies: 8
Views: 1126

Re : updates

<t>well I have my next bpp on tuesday followed by my doctors apt and all they have said so far is an eraly induction around 37-38 weeks so hopefully I will get a date next week. Hopefully is the key word. My labs probably wont be back until monday because of the holidays which i don't understand bec...
by amandah
Thu Jul 22, 638315 4:21 pm
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: updates
Replies: 8
Views: 1126

updates

<t>I went to the doctor yesterday and had my weekly bpp and the baby failed :(. They had to send to the hospital for a nst and the baby was weird at first but then did well. my heart rate was 143 pretty much the whole time I was there and the midwife on call (haven't seen her in a while) was very co...
by amandah
Sat Jun 05, 638315 8:05 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: questions
Replies: 12
Views: 1412

Re : questions

<t>Thats the only way I can explain how I feel is yucky fluish and horrible heart burn. My bp is 142/80 right now... would it be higher than that if it were an emergency? I want to try to wait until the morning to call because it's so late and my son is asleep and i have convinced myself that as lon...

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