Last Edit: Jan 15, 2015 14:31:12 GMT -5 by wolfette
TTC #1 11/2011 BFP #1 3/2012 M/C 4w5d Diagnosed with unicornuate uterus and PCOS 4 failed Clomid+TI cycles 3/2014 IVF #1 10R 4M 4F, CCS results show all 4 normal 4/2014 FET #1 4/28 transfer 1 blast BFP 5/2/2014 EDD 1/13/15 Incompetent cervix discovered, emergent cerclage placed at 22w1d and removed at 36w2d DD born 12/23/14 at 37 weeks
Post by megan81112 on Jan 16, 2015 18:05:08 GMT -5
Jude Atticus was born a week before our RCS. Dec. 29th. After spending the whole day in bed with a stomach bug, my water decided to explode at 1:30am. Getting to the hospital shortly after 2, we had a baby at 3:52. 7lbs12oz of pure perfection.
Team Green --> Team Blue! Baby H was born January 8, 2015 at 40w2d gestation. Induction started due to high blood pressure at 8 a.m. on the 7th and he was born at 8:16 a.m. on the 8th after 5 hours of pushing (so, very jealous of all of you two-pushers!). He was 8 lbs. 5 oz. and 21.5" of pure perfection.
P.S. - Does this site seriously not let you upload a photo directly? You have to have a URL?? That's a huge pain in the ass if so.
Lucas born 12/12/14 at 7:15am after 15 hours. Water broke at 2:57 pm 12/11, drove myself to labor and delivery. Contractions started at around 5 pm. Got an epidural at around 9 pm after almost killing my husband. Felt like I was on ecstasy until around 6:30 am then I wanted to die again. Felt him right at my vagina opening. Pushed for 25 minutes. Doctor came 5 minutes after I gave birth to my 8 lb 3 oz 20 incher.
Collette Aston 36w5d Born 1/5/15 @ 9:55pm 7lbs 7 oz, 20 1/4in long
9.5 hour labor and two pushes after an induction for severe pre-eclampsia. She was perfect and I didn't even tear. My easiest delivery of all 4 of my kids by far. All was great until she went to NICU for extreme jaundice (almost wound up with a transfusion). I was readmitted a week later for postpartum pre-eclampsia and almost died after a bout with cerebral and pulmonary edema. We are all well and home now and beyond grateful!
Post by lasawyer91 on Jan 31, 2015 12:24:42 GMT -5
Peyton Paul was born on 01/28/15 at 10:07am. 39 w 5d. He is 8 pounds, 9 ounces, 20.5 inches long. Went into l&d due to spontaneous water break. Was put on potocin drip, 10 hours of active labor and 20 minutes of pushing. Perfectly healthy! I am super thankful for a very easy and pain free labor and delivery.
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