Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tish baby2cute ~BAB~:</b>" I hope you do to. I'm not allowed ... [snip!] ... sorry mama. Maybe you'll just go into labor on your own and labor at home And they won't be able todo anything about it haha."I was hoping that, but the doctor keeps trying to scare me by saying if i attempted to labor at home alone, and my uterus ruptures, me and baby could die quickly. It just makes it so hard because i do want what's best for my child first and foremost, but i don't want to be forced into a situation that nobody could possibly know the outcome. Plenty of people have had successful vaginal births after multiple cesarean's. I'm sure there are those that have complications and bad things may happen. I know mine is more complicated because i've had hernia surgeries on my abdomen as well. I just wanted to be positive about the whole thing and if my body labored on it's own, to give it a go. My doctor says if i go into labor, they will just make me have a c-section when i get to the hospital. Not even my hubby will support me on my decision. He says the doctor knows best Maybe she does!
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tish baby2cute ~BAB~:</b>" I was hoping that, but the doctor ... [snip!] ... It's so not fair. Everyone keeps saying "well 36 weeks doesn't mean she won't go" and I'm like "I know but I like having hope"."Right, exactly. Hope is all we have. When that gets ripped from you, it becomes very depressing and you feel like nothing you say or do matters, when your the one going through it not them. I hope you make it to at least 36 weeks. I was born at 36 weeks weighing 4 lbs 9 oz. My mom said she didn't get to see me for 4 days, she had toxemia and almost died. She said when she finally came to, they wheeled her to the nursery and she asked which one was hers, and they said the one looking all around. She said my head was up bobbing around the room and all the other full term babies were crying and not as active or alert. She said i was nosy then ha ha. Didn't have to stay in the nicu or anything. So there is hope mama, and that was over 30 years ago.
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tish baby2cute ~BAB~:</b>" Right, exactly. Hope is all we have. ... [snip!] ... her chin and looking over her shoulder. She was sucking and swallowing. She would flex around. So she's growing perfectly."That's great, sounds like she is right on target to be a happy healthy baby. I know i go for my 3d/4d ultrasound tomorrow, i can't wait to see who my baby looks like. I'm so excited. Hopefully she is still a girl and hasn't grown a penis lol.
Quoting Whitney Wardlow:" Question: I am hoping/ thinking I will go into labor soon. I am due february 7th. I feel like there is ... [snip!] ... baby does not seem to be as active due to limited space. Also I have gestational diabetes..Anyone have any ideas, or comments?"You're only 35 weeks.... Baby will find space, especially since it from 35 or 36 weeks on they gain a pound a week. Pregnancy isn't glamorous but you just have to suck it up. My Ag teacher had GD when she was pregnant and I'm very thankful that I don't have it, but it's not the end of the world. Just wait, everything you go through will be worth it in the end when you have a healthy happy baby!