Travel, Twins and Trying to Live Outside the Box in the Big Apple
Crap indeed! I'm sorry :(
Ugh! I'm so sorry. I'm hoping for the best!
Ug, that sucks. Has the bluriness resolved, so you can at least read or watch tv this time? Despite the suckiness, it's good to have caught it and be recieving such good medical care. Hope they are able to get your bp under control and the fishies stay in for several more weeks!
Aww, best of luck at the doctor's! Hope you're feeling okay and your babies stay put!
I'm so sorry you have to go back to the hospital.... Hopefully it was just a fluke and you'll be back home soon.... Fingers crossed for you!
Wow, you've had some ups and downs recently. Here's hoping it's a false alarm. Thinking about you two (actually, you four)!
Hmpfh. This sucks. But I `ll hope the best for you four. Wheter you have stay in the hospital until the babys are born or you will be released after a few days, I hope you`ll get through this. You have come so far, Mama! Stay strong,mama(s) soon you will held your cuties in your arms! xo, Monika
Shit. I hope that it is a false alarm, but I am also glad you are watching this carefully. Good luck!
Crap indeed! I am glad that at the very least you got a 3 day home reprieve. But I think you were smart to take a bag--- usually preparing leads to not needing it, like with umbrellas and rain. Maybe??
Yikes! I'm sorry to hear this. I hope it is just a precaution. On the upside, congratulations on hitting 33 weeks! You are in the final stretch. We are rooting for you - I'm a recent reader, and have read your entire blog over the past couple of months like it was a Choose Your Own Adventure book. Wishing you lots of luck and comfort.Ruby (breathedragon.wordpress.com)
Oh no! I hope it was just a fluke and you won't have to go back to stay. I agree with Cindy--being prepared for the worst should help stave off another long visit. At least I hope so. Keeping you in my thoughts.
well, crap. i read the other one first, but i knew there was one more to read, so i waited to comment.. Darn IT!!! hoping that maybe it was just a fluke - was it high for two readings? were you active? are you on any blood pressure meds? i take labaeatalol and it controls very nicely. of course, i'm still in 2nd trimester where it's supposed to be lower. ok, thinking of you...
Just want to say good luck.And I can not leave without saying that if you have a rollercoaster like that it is better to stay at the hospital. Sucks but so much safer. And yes, I do know what I am talking about. Hospital sucks. I was on strict bed rest starting at week 20 and I mean strict, STRICK. Bathroom only, shower every day and my only entertainment was my peri 3 times a week. I have done hospital couple time also, ooohh the joy of being woken up in the middle of the night for test/meds/blood draw and 24/7 monitoring. So I would say stick with the hospital. Things tour down the hill FAST, been there too. Alexandra
Hi there in the hospital bed! How is going? Alexandra
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