I must win something right?
Because, I fail at all 3 aspects of growing a child. I can even say I fail at making a baby since I had to use fertility drugs for Peyton. I'm so getting my tubes tied once this is over and we finally have our little miracle girl. I have gone through so many emotions this pregnancy, it's insane.
Basically in summary (I do have a long version in my blog) the dr said that my fluid levels are at 10.8 & right now 10 is the very low end of the scale up to 20. So the low end of normal, still. The baby was 41st percentile, now she is 34th & her tummy is measuring over 2 weeks behind. So..she's small & they are worried about that. And, my placenta, has multiple infarcts & has also started to deteriorate early than he would like to see it, especially with regards to past placenta problems.
My goal is 34 weeks,then we will keep going from there. The hardest thing is not knowing week to week whats going to happen. I'm a planner. I like to know when & where and what time everything is going to go down. I also think accepting that this birth will be NOTHING like Peyton's is hard for me too. I know the goal is the same, get baby here healthy, but it's sad that it will be so different in regards to induction, monitoring, NICU team, etc.
So they are stepping up my monitoring and i'm now seeing Peri once a week for weekly AFI, BPP & NST.