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by season
Mon Apr 26, 2004 08:58 pm
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: PE symptoms with normal BPs
Replies: 4
Views: 713

Re : PE symptoms with normal BPs

<t>Sorry that you've had to deal with this so early in thi pregnancy - congrats on passing 4 weeks of bedrest. I would think that the mostly normal bp readings are due to the medication, but even at that it sounds like your body is showing the effects of pre-e. I would tell you doctor all that you j...
by season
Tue Apr 20, 2004 05:48 pm
Forum: Pregnant Again?
Topic: 29 weeks
Replies: 2
Views: 483

29 weeks

<t>Hi all,<br/> <br/> I don't post too often but I thought that I should update, to give hope to the many considering another pregnanacy. I am 29 weeks and so far hypertension and pre-eclampsia free.<br/> <br/> It was at 27 weeks that my bp was noted as quite elevated in my first pregnancy - and I k...
by season
Tue Mar 30, 2004 09:38 am
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Roll call: who is pregnant and healthy?
Replies: 37
Views: 4515

Re : Roll call: who is pregnant and healthy?

<t>I'm 26 weeks today and so far healthy. Nervous though, it was around this point that my bp went up in my first pregnancy. My 20 week ultrasound was good though, they spent some time checking blood flow and it was all quite good. I also recall having a lot of welling last time, even before I found...
by season
Thu Mar 25, 2004 04:02 pm
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Is this IUGR?????
Replies: 13
Views: 1045

Re : Is this IUGR?????

<t>I am so sorry that you have this worry. I do hope that your little one's growth is not restricted in any ways. To help ease your mind, there are a few things to keep in mind. First that's huge for 32 weeks. Second the furhter along you are the less accurate ultrasound is at telling the size of th...
by season
Tue Mar 16, 2004 02:43 pm
Forum: Pregnant Again?
Topic: PE again?
Replies: 4
Views: 759

Re : PE again?

<t>Congratulations. Definately tell your new provider of your past experience. It's always best for a enw doctor to ahve as compelte a history as possible. You are at some increased risk of having problems again.<br/> <br/> SueAnn<br/> dh Kwame<br/> ds Ezekiel 1/2/02 (34wks due to pre-e)<br/> #2 EDD...
by season
Mon Mar 15, 2004 03:59 pm
Forum: Parents of Preemies
Topic: 34 Week Preemie...anyone?????
Replies: 10
Views: 7120

Re : 34 Week Preemie...anyone?????

<t>My ds was born at 34 weeks. Initially things looked good, but he started to have trouble breathing and was put on a vent. He was taken off the vent after a few days and was on oxygen jsut a few more days. In total he spent two weeks int he NICU, mostly trying to attain the weight of 4 lb 7 oz, as...
by season
Sun Mar 14, 2004 06:26 pm
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Ethan's having surgery
Replies: 17
Views: 1197

Re : Ethan's having surgery

<t>I'm not sure that's totally true about MRI's. My mom had metal clips placed in her brain, due to a bleed. Soon after they did an MRI to see if there were any other vessels needing to be clipped so that they wouldn't also rupture. They never mentioned that the original clips would be a problem. No...
by season
Wed Mar 10, 2004 03:08 pm
Forum: After your baby is born .....
Topic: baby´s temper
Replies: 2
Views: 1122

Re : baby´s temper

<t>It's not necessarily that preemies have a temper, but that they have sensory issues and thus may upset more easily. Since they are early preemies still need to devope their central nervous system, and while it's underdeveloped it can make them touchier, not to mention that many go on to have long...
by season
Tue Jan 27, 2004 08:09 pm
Forum: Ask the Experienced
Topic: Help needed - not PE related
Replies: 6
Views: 680

Re : Help needed - not PE related

<t>You can higher someone to come walk/run them. We had to leave our cat a few times and didn't have anyone to watch her. We also did not like kenneling her. That's when we discovered a pet sitter. He came to our house fed the cat etc. I'm sure the same type of person would do dog exercising service...
by season
Mon Jan 26, 2004 09:35 am
Forum: Parents of Preemies
Topic: Questions unanswered...(long)
Replies: 2
Views: 1966

Re : Questions unanswered...(long)

<t>It's really hard to answer your queston without more details about the situation. It's possible that he was fine until the shift change and at that time his heart rate dropped. It can happen pretty suddenly. The distress also may have had nothing to do with him being able to breathe or not. Some ...

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