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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:17 PM   51
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Yes you were fine but what about other babies that are born early and are not fine?

Im sorry but I think you are incredibly selfish. Not commented up til now as thought maybe you meant you wanted your baby at full term but at 34 weeks is far too early. Yes you may be single and yes you may be having a lot of time off work but thats not your babies fault. Do you seriously want to risk your baby's long term health because you 'figured it would be nice to have him here a little early'?

Disgusting IMO.



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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:18 PM   52
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My mom had me early and everything was fine. Sometimes when baby is born early things do not always go wrong. Like I said, I came out just fine. No health issues or problems. And this post was not meant too upset anyone who has had a premature baby before. I didnt intend for it too sound like that. I appreciate all the input from everyone. I realize it is a little early but I have my reasons as too why I would like him here a little earlier. Im going too be a single mother. No one is helping me or anything. Some family but that is it. I am working full time, no car, and im not in college. Im 18 and Im doing the best I know how too. Im trying too get everything ready for baby and in order for me too keep my job too support me and my baby, I cant lose my job. And lately I have been missing alot. I need to be able too stay on my feet and I figured it would be nice too have him here a little earlier than expected so I can get things moving again. Thank you!
Honey i can understand that you want your life back on track, but what happens if something does wrong??

It is much better to let your LO cook until he is ready to come and at the moment it is too early

Most people start eviction proceedings at 37weeks, but if baby isn't ready he isn't going to come



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:20 PM   53
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My mom had me early and everything was fine. Sometimes when baby is born early things do not always go wrong. Like I said, I came out just fine. No health issues or problems. And this post was not meant too upset anyone who has had a premature baby before. I didnt intend for it too sound like that. I appreciate all the input from everyone. I realize it is a little early but I have my reasons as too why I would like him here a little earlier. Im going too be a single mother. No one is helping me or anything. Some family but that is it. I am working full time, no car, and im not in college. Im 18 and Im doing the best I know how too. Im trying too get everything ready for baby and in order for me too keep my job too support me and my baby, I cant lose my job. And lately I have been missing alot. I need to be able too stay on my feet and I figured it would be nice too have him here a little earlier than expected so I can get things moving again. Thank you!
Well you clearly show your age by your comment. No offence to 18 year olds just i am a few (ok a bit more than a few) years older

What makes you think that your baby will be just fine?? Because you were?? I wasnt a prem, I was born on time on my due date to be exact, my partner 7 days late! We still both had prems! My mum carried me and my siblings without a hitch to full term an I was fine. My girls werent so lucky!

You think that you saying your job and you being single can justify you wanting your baby early?? Id have very easily quit my job if it meant risk to my kids however much I needed it and trust me I need my job.

Nothing can justify you wanting that baby early.



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:20 PM   54
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Lay off the girl.



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:22 PM   55
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you have been pregnant for 34 weeks another 6 aint gunna hurt. what if something did go wrong?? im fed up but going to wait till at least 37 weeks before i start eviction process! xx



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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:25 PM   56
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You've been put on bedrest after having contractions, but you still want to try and get the baby to come early?

If you are struggling so much, would you consider sticking to the prescribed bedrest, and then giving the baby up for adoption?



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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:27 PM   57
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You've been put on bedrest after having contractions, but you still want to try and get the baby to come early?

If you are struggling so much, would you consider sticking to the prescribed bedrest, and then giving the baby up for adoption?
Couldnt have put it better myself.



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:29 PM   58
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That's a bit nasty.
I understand that this is now controversial but there is no need for that.


OP - That's REALLY too early, no matter what is going on in your life don't put your unborn babies health at risk.



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:30 PM   59
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I think it's out of order to suggest that someone relinquish their parental rights, no matter how ignorant they may be about the realities of premature babies. There are plenty of women a lot older that make the same kinds of suggestions on this board and this is the first time I have ever seen anyone suggest that that person does not deserve to parent their child. I would suggest that someone young and single needs education and support. Adoption is all too often a permanent solution to a temporary problem (usually financial).



 
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Old Mar 1st, 2010, 15:31 PM   60
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You've been put on bedrest after having contractions, but you still want to try and get the baby to come early?

If you are struggling so much, would you consider sticking to the prescribed bedrest, and then giving the baby up for adoption?
Couldnt have put it better myself.
Totally agree.



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