I'm in labour!!! 36+4. She's here!!!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by steph., Oct 14, 2013.

  1. LissaCoffey

    LissaCoffey Member

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    good luck!! xx:thumbup:
     
  2. sheldonsmommy

    sheldonsmommy Well-Known Member

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    My friend's daughter was born with this. She is now 5 with no obvious evidence she ever had it. (May be a scar but i've never noticed one!) She'll be fine momma! Good job :)
     
  3. sobroody

    sobroody Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations, glad she is doing well!!
    Hope the lump is superficial and all is fine!
    When my son was born he had a circle on the back of his head with no skin/hair, it was red raw - most bizaare and very rare! Luckily its just that and he just has a scar there now which no one will be able to see when hes as tall as my OH :)
     
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    Now that I am 36+4, I am SO JEALOUS. I'm making my husband DTD with me tonight. LOL!!!!!!!! :) I have a c-section scheduled in 17 days though, but I've been really hoping to go "on my own" before than :D
     
  5. monkee12

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    Congratulations x
     
  6. SLCMommy

    SLCMommy Well-Known Member

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    We didn't DTD last night, but I woke up and baby had DROPPED! Insane! I've never seen my tummy hang this low before! :)
     
  7. bassdesire

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    All current research shows that sex has no impact on starting labor. This used to be thought to be true, but no longer is. There's tons of articles about this :) its only potential impact can be seen if you were already going into labor in the first place.

    Glad baby is safe! Glad everything worked out for you :) there are plenty if vaginal breech babies born as well. <3 I'm sure you're relieved to have your healthy baby in your arms <3
     

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