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Sunday, July 8th 2007, 12:08pm

Ooooh Kirsty....just seen this thread sorry hun!!

Hope all is well and you are coming back home soon.
Those babies are starting to get impatient huh?
Take good care and rest up loads hunni.

Big hugs

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Sunday, July 8th 2007, 12:54pm

Take care Kirsty and bump.

Take it easy now

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Sunday, July 8th 2007, 12:58pm

looking forward to seeing you back later kirst.

bet you cant wait to get some proper grub and a good nights sleep

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Sunday, July 8th 2007, 1:31pm

RE: update on my update !!

Bless her hope everything is ok with babies and herself xxx
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Sunday, July 8th 2007, 8:24pm

Any news??


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Sunday, July 8th 2007, 9:18pm

glad she went and got checked out- send our love and best wishes when you speak to her.
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Monday, July 9th 2007, 8:22am

Hi All
Kirsty is home and fine - babies are also fine. She went straight to bed, bless her, and will be online later.

Take is easy now hunni

Caz xxx


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Monday, July 9th 2007, 8:35am

So pleased all's ok, thanks for letting us know.

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Monday, July 9th 2007, 9:08am

glad you are back kirsty! see ya later :hugs:

k xxx



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Monday, July 9th 2007, 12:25pm

I'm back!!!

Hiya peeps, thanks for all your messages .... and a massive thanks to Cazz for being my link to the outside world blowkiss

First off .... how crappy are hospitals??? ?( Hopefully won't have to go back before babies are born (which will be weeks and weeks away she says trying to convince herself :rolleyes: )

Was having regular BH from about wednesday last week, which were not painful but were around 6-7 minutes apart. Asked Rose who said prolly a good idea to get it checked out (thanks hunni), so went to the fetal assesment unit .... they checked the babies over, all fine ... but the contractions were showing on the CTG as being frequent and measuring around 70% on the monitor ... so quite strong. Still no pain, and honestly ... no different from how they had been for a good few days. They checked to see if I was dilating (lovin' that :thumbsup2: )... and said I was 1-2 cm, which is apparently normal for women who have had vag deliveries before. They said that they wanted to keep me in overnight to check on the contractions and so they could be certain I was not in labour. So was admitted to the ward. Was strapped to the monitor again later that evening and still showing the same ... but maybe a tad more regular ... around 4-5 minutes apart, but no pain and no stronger, babies kicking about plenty, and their heartrates coping fine with the tightenings. Next morning, strapped to the monitor again ... same situation, no different, doctor comes round and doesn't know what to do with me :rolleyes: didn't want to send me home just incase the babies did decide they wanted out, but didn't want to keep me in forever if this is just the way my body is. They decide to give me the steroid shots to mature the babies lungs just in case, with a second 24 hours later. They say they want to keep me in till the 2nd shot is administered and will let me go once the steroids are on board so discharge the next evening (Sun).
They gave me the first shot (massive IM needle, in the arse ...never had one before ... made my leg go numb humph ), and monitored me through the day ... again no change ... though my stomach was starting to get sore with all the tightening .... a bit like doing sit ups for days on end :rolleyes: Not that i've ever done that ... but you get my point ;)
Next morning I got the 2nd shot, and more monitoring, doc came round and wasn't gonna let me go :tear: as the contractions were not calming down. Eventually they decided to check to see if the 2 days worth of contractions they had seen me have had made any difference to how dilated I was ... checked again, and still 1-2cm happydance ... so they said I could go :party: .

Now I've had the steroids they're happier that the babies will cope if they come early, but have warned me (repeatedly :rolleyes: ) that if anything changes, then straight back in ... I kind of got the feeling they don't expect it to be much longer, and that the babies will arrive in the next couple of weeks or so ... I hope not, but i'm happier that their lungs will be ready.

Maybe i'm being a bit náive but I think they will be in there for a little longer ... I remember having regular BH when pg with DS, and nothing came of it. Just glad they've had the steroids.




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Monday, July 9th 2007, 12:42pm

biggrin2 Sounds like you had a fun time!
Glad you're out of there and hope them babies keep cooking for a good few weeks and more. Listen to the doctors though :listen straight back if anything changes!!

we've been worried about you chicken, so gald all is ok

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Monday, July 9th 2007, 12:48pm

oh kirsty, glad everything is ok with you and the babes. That steroid shot is a stinger isnt it? I hope you can get to at least 35 weeks hun xx

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Monday, July 9th 2007, 12:55pm

Cheers girls ... i'm sure everything is A-OK ....




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Monday, July 9th 2007, 1:19pm

keep your feet up cocker and let your boys spoil you till the lil ones arrive.
hope it is weeks yet, but like you have said it must be nice to know you did the best thing and get checked out....you have had the steroid just incase ;)

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love k xxx



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Monday, July 9th 2007, 1:56pm

must have been really scary for you kirsty, glad everything is ok now, look after yourself x
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Monday, July 9th 2007, 2:23pm

Hiya Honey !!

Soglad you are back and all is ok. You really do need to rest up now and keep those little ones comfy. It's comforting that they've had the steroid shots but any more signals and it's straight back to hossie !!
(You did say watch me pack up work and have the babies straight after :rolleyes: :rolleyes: )

Caz xxx


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Monday, July 9th 2007, 4:14pm

It's crazy y'know ... I didn't even get to go home after finishing work on Friday ... still had my office get-up on and everything :laugh:

Very nearly didn''t even get any maternity leave at all :scared:

Feet are now firmly up, with ice lolly in hand (medicinal :yes: ) ... and will stay that way for a good while yet ... :)




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Monday, July 9th 2007, 8:45pm

Glad you are home Kirsty. Now you rest up, eat your lollies and please do go to hospital if any twinges etc but I hope that you don't suffer them til you are properly ready.

xxx Lorraine xxx

Me: 39 & DH: 42 ~ TTC: 5yrs; M/c@7.5wks (20/1/03) & became a mum after our 2nd IUI attempt in June 2007 to 6lbs 4ozs baby girl called Rebecca after an emergency caesarean section at 6.29am on 12th March 2008


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Monday, July 9th 2007, 8:52pm

glad all is well kirsty- put your feet up and rest now please!
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Monday, July 9th 2007, 9:12pm

glad to hear you and the little ones are ok. take care of yourself and enjoy your maternity leave


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