Quoting Squeaky McGee:" <blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" This. That's the part to me that's like. ... [snip!] ... would be so many issues. I've never heard of a 22 weeker surviving. Ever. Maybe one day we'll have the technology, but not now."
I *THINK* I've read that the earliest was 22 weeks and something. Not 100% sure, but maybe. But with the variables, maybe that 22 weeker was really a little further along, you know?
Gosh, just thinking about what we went through at 27 weeks. SO MANY u/s of her brain to check for bleeds. Sucking food back out of her stomach to see how much she'd actually eaten. The blood pressure monitors, the pulse ox. All the meds that had to be given and altered. Checking blood sugar multiple times a day. That this was all on a baby born AFTER this other baby supposedly went home.
Nope. I've see too much of the NICU to even come close to believing that, and I'm a pretty trusting person, lol