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Old Apr 6th, 2018, 21:30 PM   4031
VieraSky
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Congrats, luv! Boys are a handful, but they are wonderful. Both of mine are absolute sweethearts.



 
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Old Apr 8th, 2018, 15:14 PM   4032
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Congratulations to both of you. I'm pleased that things are improving.

Re: inferior margin, I believe that just means that lowest edge of the placenta.



 
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Old May 25th, 2018, 09:10 AM   4033
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So.. I supposedly have 2 sch...one moderate in size.
My Doctor didn't have much to say about it either.
She actually stumbled explaining it to me.
I asked... Is it a risk? She answered no. But now I'm slightly worried as lots of you have been put on some kind of rest.

I have a scan on Monday..and Wednesday I'll be 13 weeks.
I'm supposed to run in a 5km on Sunday. I have been walking but haven't done much running lately just on account of being so tired. I'm not planning on "racing", just a slow run. What is your opinion ladies???



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Old May 25th, 2018, 09:28 AM   4034
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I wasn't told to do bed rest but told nothing strenuous like lifting bending or climbing stairs for 6 weeks. Every doctor seems to have a different oppinion about it, some say normal activity is fine, others say complete bed rest. I don't think any one really knows. Presumably depending on the reasons anything that could raise the press by raising your BP or heart rate *could* be a danger but on the other hand it might make no difference. Personally I would at least take it a bit easy for a few weeks but I think you have to decide what you are comfortable with. As it is it should disappear in a few weeks and you will carry on with a normal pregnancy but if it gets worse it can be a serious danger to the baby.



 
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Old May 25th, 2018, 11:48 AM   4035
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I had a moderate sch & put myself on pelvic rest. My dr & mw both said I did not need to. I guess I felt like if something went wrong Id blame myself. It wasnt too difficult to rest a little more & it was a short time. Its really what you are comfortable with.



 
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Old May 25th, 2018, 15:14 PM   4036
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My prenatal specialist told me to remain on pelvic rest until the sch was 100% cleared. If I was in your shoes, I wouldn't risk the 5k. But you need to determine that on your own, so you have no regrets either way. Be at peace with your decision.



 
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Old May 29th, 2018, 19:04 PM   4037
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Late advice, but I was told no strenuous exercise (no running, but I was allowed to go for short walks), no heavy lifting, etc. I don't know how big mine was, but it was on the smaller side I believe.



 
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Old May 30th, 2018, 11:17 AM   4038
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Hi ladies. Thanks for all your responses
I did go but took it easy.
I had a scan Monday.. A Doctor was present so I asked him about it. He said they were not if any concern at all.
I'm so happy to hear that. He was really great!



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