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Friday, January 6th 2006, 7:41pm

Sun can you not give them a ring?? or do you have to go?? Is it far??

Ps do you have anyones mob number to let us know????
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Friday, January 6th 2006, 7:42pm

Hi hunny, just want you to know that I'm thinking of you, and if this baby is determined to see you early then the best place is hospital. I know that you are worried, but modern medicine is amazing...

I hope things go ok for you sweetie, and fingers crossed it is a false alarm

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 7:48pm

Ok sun,

A water infection doesn't have to give you symptoms when you pee. Most infections are picked up with routine urine tests before any symptoms are present. Pain in the lower back and lower tum may mean that it's your kidneys that are infected.... they still classed it as a water infection and it's still easy to treat if you get it sorted early enough.

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 7:48pm

Hi sun- how are you now? i echo what all of the others have said. you need to go and get checked. It may be nothing- but you do need to know. It does sound as though something might be going on. At 36 weeks though the baby is likely to be well, although obviously a bit tiny and maybe need help keeping warm. I had mine at 30 weeks and is fine now!!
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Friday, January 6th 2006, 8:21pm

Get yourself checked out Sun. I hope everything is ok.

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:04pm

hi ladies
am off to wake DH to give him the "good"? news that I dont think he is going sailing this weekend.
cramps every 6 or 7 minutes fairly regularly.
had a shower (warm) which eased some of the pain but hasnt slowed the cramping.
fed one of the cats who is apparantly starving despite his almost 10 hour sleep! :rolleyes:
baby's legs definitely lower.
will go to hosp soon to get checked out.
dont have mobile that can dial international, so sorry - will update here as & when can.
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ps bells - only had an ante-natal on thursday & pee test showed fine

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:09pm

Good luck then chick!!
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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:09pm

Oh Sun.... good luck hun. Try not to worry (I know.... impossible!)

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:15pm

Sun - thinking of you - good luck.

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:33pm

good luck sun

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:42pm

woken DH with cuppa

he's being a super*

he's just showered, & gone off to the friends to drop the sailing supplies off and then we're off to the hospital

see you later?!

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 9:46pm

Ooooooooh hope all goes well. xx
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Friday, January 6th 2006, 10:13pm

Sun - I'm so sorry that few of us will be online in the next few hours. However, if everything is happening for real, you may not have any news for us for a while! If you come back home with reassurance that all is well, then we'll read it in the morning.

Take good care, and relax if you can. It's already been said, but to be in hospital is the best place right now for you.

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 10:23pm

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 10:45pm

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Friday, January 6th 2006, 11:01pm

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 12:01am

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 12:24am

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 12:25am

hi gals - all did go well :D (I think!?)

went to the hospital - husband cancelled 4 day sailing trip, but he isnt that bothered (!? I dont think he really wanted to go).

they did another CGT scan.

but cramps were slowing down. still painful, but time gap was quite a while.

they were rather busy as there were two deliveries going on and three other women came in!

doctor had a look at my chart, and basically I could go home, and just come back in again if I get painful contractions again.

so all's well.

DH making scrambled egg, ham & bagels for brekkie :D

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 12:27am

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I was worried ((on the sly)) phew!! enjoy your brekkie, I can go to bed now.

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 12:39am

phew..... I can go to bed now :D



I'm really glad that you got it checked out. It's pointless worrying when you can be reassured isn't it? Happy Sunshine, happy baby, happy Bells!


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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 7:27am

thanks for your support everyone![zx072]

DH laughed as the first thing I did when I got home was log on to here to let you know I was ok! :D

after brekkie I had a long snooze until 1pm and basically caught up with my sleep that I missed. cuddled the other cat on the bed - very nice :)

well, I guess, at least we had a dry run - we now know how to find the maternity unit and what to do and where to park etc

tummy still a little sore, but more aching muscles than anything else, which is I guess to be expected.

thanks again everyone

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 7:38am

:D - Sorry I had missed all this excitement! I am glad you are ok Sun!
The practice run to the hospital can't have done any harm for when the big day does come!

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 8:02am

sunshine, im so glad things are ok hun, i couldnt get on here lastnight, but i was thinking about you lots! sending you a big hug hun [zx252]......oh yes, and one for your dh for beeing such a sweety! [zx252] xxxxxxx



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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 8:35am

Sun -oooooh I missed all this as I didn't log on last night at all!

I am SO glad you are ok hon, hang in there & let us know how you are.

Take care honey (& little Sun)

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 8:51am

Glad you got through that little episode!! At least the baby's got more time to grow bigger and heavier (like you want!) before coming out. Cat cuddling and DH cooking all meals sounds like just what you and the baby need!

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 8:55am

Hi Sun,

Glad to hear everything is ok,as everyone says,at least youve had a practice run!

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 8:56am

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 9:57am

Glad to see your ok Sun!!

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 10:18am

Phew!! I was getting a little worried too, but figured the last thing you needed was me screaming QUICK!! LABOUR WARD!! BABY ON HIS WAY!!! :rolleyes: [zx058]

Did they say what they thought had caused it?? Braxton Hicks, irritated uterus?? But like you said, getting it checked out has at least given you a practice run, and you know what sort of pains you're looking out for in future.

Keep that baby snuggly and warm for a few more weeks, not long now.. we're almost home and dry kid! You can't go anywhere yet anyway!! I need you for moral support ;) Luvs ya hun

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 10:27am

Sun I missed all this but gad to hear everything is ok now.

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 10:52am

hi sunshine

so pleased everythng is ok

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 11:19am

glad everythings ok sunshine!

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Saturday, January 7th 2006, 2:11pm

Sun - glad things are ok - at least just know!!!

Have you stopped work yet or are you due to stop soon?

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