Update on Tia and labor and delivery stay

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Re: Update on Tia and labor and delivery stay

Postby patty » Tue Dec 09, 639259 5:15 am

That is scary! I wish they would have kept you in the hospital.
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Re: Update on Tia and labor and delivery stay

Postby caryn » Sun Nov 30, 639259 6:43 am

Will your MFM consult with the cardiologist?

Keep us posted. This sucks.
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Re: Update on Tia and labor and delivery stay

Postby blythe » Tue Nov 18, 639259 2:42 pm

Thanks for the update, but I'm sorry you weren't able to share better news! Let us know what the cardiologist says.
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Update on Tia and labor and delivery stay

Postby chubbiesmom » Mon Nov 17, 639259 5:20 am

Friday i felt great for a change. Saturday on my way to work it all started over again. Pain radiating up my neck into my jaw, followed by yawing and then left sided weakness. I made it thru my appointment I had scheduled, but since I need to buy a new bp machine I went to the fire department around the corner to get my bp checked because I felt aweful. My bp was 164/108. They said they really really advised against me leaving and took me by ambulance to the hospital. So I was passed around there. My bp finally came down to 135/89 then settled back to normal after about 6 hrs to 112/64. I also now have developed a haeart murmur and my heart keeps skipping beats(pvc) now too. My bp stays good as long as I'm in bed but starts to go up when I get up. They discharged me Sunday evening with me promising to go to a cardiologist. I feel like a walking disaster. Just hoping to keep this baby baking as long as possible.

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