Been monitored weekly..... Placenta and fluid and fortnightly placenta, fluid and growth.
Todays didn't go massively great.
Her head and legs are measuring perfect but her abdominal measurement has now dropped off the scale and so has her weight.
Having two heart monitoring things now weekly, back Tuesday for the placenta check again and also the week after for a repeat growth scan.
If her weight doesn't improve ill definatly be given a c section as they have held of this long.
Was given steroids two weeks ago just incase so that's one good thing.
I'm really scared though as on the surface apart from size she seems healthy..... But with her abdomen measuring so far behind surely her organs would be affected?
I don't no..... All we can do now is wait it out!
I'm sorry you have found yourself in this situation but try and keep positive. They are doing everything they can for your baby and you and as you said... you've been given the steroid injection which will be majorly beneficial if you need a c section. Hope everything works out for you.
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