I just got back from the hospital.
Today I was supposed to go to my obgyn for a normal visit, I was 1cm dilated and still 50% effaced, but they found +3 protein in my urine sample and I had high blood pressure and swelling. They sent me to triage where I laid for like ABILLION hours and they monitored everything, my blood pressure was fine, her heartbeat was perfect, but I kept having itty bitty contractions the entire time I was there. They made me give them ANOTHER urine sample and then they gave me a catheter (which hurt so bad I called Joe just to tell him that I hated him for getting me pregnant.)
Anyways, I have possible preeclampsia.
I return on monday to get tested again and if it hasn't improved any I'm probably going to have an induction.
Might get to meet scarlet a bit earlier then I thought!
I had suspsected pre-eclampsia with Jake as I had protein in my waters, headaches and I swelled up, turns out it wasn't pre-eclampsia it was something to do with my kidneys. I was still induced though. Induction wasn't that bad, the annoying thing was having to stay in one place because of the drip though.
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