Posted: Mon Nov 11, 2013 1:57 pm
ella may was born sunday 10th at 2.18pm and whisked straight off no cuddles for mama
unfortunately she was very poorly and couldn't breathe on her own.
she passed away eight hours later at 11.02pm.
just wanted to update you.
safe to say i probably won't check this board again
it was lovely meeting and chatting to you all
wishing you all a safe delivery and the very best of luck with everyone.
thankyou for letting me share my pregnancy experience with you all.
lots of love, nicole x
Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:56 am
Update from me:
baby harry was born 12th nov at 12.04pm he weighed in at 7lb 8oz at 39weeks and we have one very proud big sister and a very knackered mummy as he won't go down in his basket at the moment!!
birth was extremely quick (really really quick!!) and ended up having a ventouse to get him out. Spent last night in hospital and now home trying to remember everything from last time around!! Sarah xx
Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 12:56 pm
NDS, so sorry to hear this sending you lots of hugs, hope you are getting appropriate support x
rara1301 congratulations. Love the name not that I'm biased
Update from me, 2nd sweep yesterday and I'm now 3 cms dilated, had three days prior to this in false labour, four hours at a time at 6 minutes apart then they just stop!
Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 5:18 pm
hey ladies, sorry i havent been on- ive been in hospital 8 days!!!
Nicole- i have no words hun- my thoughts and prayers are with you, your partner and family xxxxxx
Update on me- after been moved 3 different hospitals to male sure there was adqueate support for my breathing problems- our little girl Emily Rose arrived November 11th via c-section, 7lb 1.5oz, we are over the moon! first night home tonight as her blood sugars were low and jaundice i'm terrified :/ congrats to you Rara on birth of harry.
Good luck Donzy xxx
Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:52 pm
Congrats rara , and Louise wow sounds like youve had an ordeal but congratulations Donzy sounds like you may be next. Im going in tomorrow to have my waters broke if it doesnt kick start things then Im allowed a low dose drip before going straight for c section. Just hope when I ring in the morning they have space for me. Am absolutely sh*tting myself to be honest.
Ttc since December 2007!
Posted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 7:21 am
Ooh it's all going on!!
MrsS, how did your first night go?
Ooh nutty, I had to have mine broken, once you're allowed to be up and moving make sure you walk around and stay active - that certainly got my contractions going!!! Do they have space for you?
Donzy, sure it'll kick in soon!!!
Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:21 pm
Hi ladies, have literally just got home a couple of hrs a go. Hannah was born on Friday at 1:56pm by elective c section which went fine, afterwards it all turned a bit dramatic though. A few hours later whilst we was in recovery enjoying cuddles a midwife went to check on my blood loss and see a huge clot. Next thing I know the room is full of 8-10 medical staff, and a consultant with one hand massaging my stomach and another hand in my womb grabbing handfuls of clots :/ The bleeding wasnt stopping so they decided to take me back to theatre and re open the c section incision, spent 2 hrs in there whilst they sorted out all the bleeding which theyre still not sure as to where it was coming from. Then they re stitched the wound with staples (which need removing on on da 5 :/) Its been awful spending 3 days in hospital being so bored but absolutely mind blowing and amazing meeting my daughter too. I am so in love with her I cant believe it and Id do it all again in a flash. x
Ttc since December 2007!