Oh, what an evening!

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by LoobyLou75, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. LoobyLou75

    LoobyLou75 Mum of 3

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    I had a very busy day at work yesterday but after lunch i developed a pain in my right side that radiated from under my ribs to my hips, was quite painful so after work I rang the hospital who told me to go in (baby hadn't moved as much either). Earlier on that day we'd had a meeting and when I went to pull myself closer to the table I forgot about the actual size of my bump and caught it on the table so the pain got me worried if it was anything to do with that.

    Anyway, went up to Triage and I did a urine sample and they had a feel and attached me to a monitor etc. Urine had traces of glucose and traces of protein so sample getting sent away. Baby was very active on monitor so at various stages throughout the monitoring process, the sheet shows nothing and then a low heartrate measures at 80+, midwife assumed mine, she had to stand there in the end and actually hold the thing on my tummy cos baby kept wriggling about all over! (Anyone else had this?) She said going to ve small baby which we had suspected anyway.

    Blood tests came back normalish, they were testing for Gallbladder problems with the pain being in the right side and that was ok expect for raised enzymes in my pancreas, does anyone know what this could mean? The Dr didn't seem worried, he said somehting about not presenting symptoms but is there a chance that I could do?

    Anyway, they finally discharged me at 1am and here I am awake at 6am!
     
  2. billybump

    billybump mummy to my little man

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    Sorry I can't answer any of your questions but I'm glad you and baby are ok. Hugs
     

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