Oh no, you've been under such a lot of stress over the last few days. Thinking of you and your LO. Hope everything goes well for you. The only 2 important ones here are you and your baby. If your OH upsets you, make him stay away. I know it's very early, but babies are born this early often so try not to panic. All the best and keep us informed. xxxxxxx
Thanks ladies, still havin contractions but they don't seem to be progressing at least. My mom and sister are here with me right now which is good. If she stays in ill be moved to high risk from labour and delivery so I'm hopong for that. The Dr says there is a chance I could make it to 34 weeks still as long as there are no infections.
That's great to hear!! I had a friend who's waters broke at 27 weeks last year, she made it to 33 weeks and her daughter was a healthy 4 pounds, only in NICU for a couple weeks until she could maintain weight and body temperature etc. and had no complications in development whatsoever
We'll all have you in our thoughts, hoping you make it to 34 weeks
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