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mndanm||Sat Oct-31-09 10:05 PM|
Member since Nov 05th 2007
#4998, "RE: should we go for it??"|
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Hi Catherine, congratulations on your pregnancy...
I understand your fear, two of my triplets passed away due to
extreme prematurity complications. In my next pregnancy, for
the first 6 weeks, we thought we were having twins. I WAS
TERRIFIED! I didnt want multiples again, not knowing that I
could loose my babies again and go through such deep pain.
At 8 weeks there was only one baby, and I carried to term
(37.3 wks), some minor setbacks, no cerglage, p-17 shots,
some bouts of bedrest. I was sure that I was home free when
I delivered at term. Guess what? my baby´s lungs collapsed 6
hours after he was born, and he spent 2 horrible weeks at the
NICU very sick.
On the other hand, my bf carried triplets to 34 weeks, first
pregnancy, they were all born healthy, no breathing
assistance needed, just feeders and growers for 8 days in the
NICU. They are perfectly healthy.
Lesson? Every pregnancy is different and every pregnancy can
be risky or perfect. God sends us these little angels and has
a very beautiful plan for each one of them, either if it is to
be angels amongst us or with Him. Trust His decision. Good
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