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idiot85
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Default  Posted: 9:42 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

So... My wife is due to give birth on 3rd november but last night he decided to make a break for it...

After hours in the hospital the doctor managed to persuade him to stay cooking a little longer.

The Mrs is still in hosp but she's OK- I googled and really wish I hadn't

Worrying times


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Default  Posted: 9:44 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

idiot...

It's going to be ok...your wife is in good hands with wonderful doctors monitoring her.

I'm sending you calming thoughts


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Default  Posted: 9:46 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

Sending positive thoughts.


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Default  Posted: 10:06 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

Sending good thoughts and mojo.

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idiot85
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Default  Posted: 10:06 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

Thank you very much.

I've been trying to keep busy but I couldn't resist googling and it freaked me right out.

They were great last night- a consultant a doc and 2 midwives rushing around, calmed the Mrs down and put a halt on things.

I think it's awful because it's one of those things that's completely out of my hands- literally nothing I could do except stand there like a lemon.


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DeadMumWalking
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Default  Posted: 10:16 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

((((idiot, wife and baby))))

Sending it all your way!!

It seems like your wife is about 30 weeks now, which is still worryingly early but hopefully will cook the little one at least a little longer.

My first baby was a 32 weeker, water broke just before 32 weeks and they kept him in a few days. After he was born, he spent a month in neonatal intensive care, but he finally came out ok. (He's 19 now and getting ready to start uni in the uk).

While I was in the hospital waiting for him to be born, the doc came in and explained all of the things that could be wrong/not developed in him yet and what they would do about it if those things happened. Well let me tell you - I DID NOT NEED TO HEAR ALL OF THAT!!!!! So I understand why you want to mind-bleach out your googlings.

I also had preterm labor with DS2, but they kept him in till 38 weeks with drugs.

With DS3 I was having contractions at 26 weeks. Scary!! Then was in labor at 29 weeks. Scarier!! With a bunch of drugs and complete bedrest they kept him in till almost 36 weeks and he came home with me the next day.

It's all so very frightening. I hope you have friend/family support where you are, you will all need it.

Keeping fingers, toes and everything crossed that your little one stays inside at least until the lungs are developed.

((((idiot, wife and baby))))


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Default  Posted: 10:23 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

((((idiot)))) I hate that helpless feeling.

If you must Google, look for and focus on the success stories. They are out there - tons of them!

Sending you, your wife, and baby tons of mojo and positive thoughts. ((((hugs))))


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Default  Posted: 10:24 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

Sending everything positive your way!

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Default  Posted: 10:35 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

Sending lots of positive thoughts and mojo!!


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Default  Posted: 10:35 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

My neighbor gave birth to a 30 weeker. She made the choice to start school a year later. I see no difference in him vs the rest of the kids his age (DD4 is the same age). He is on track for valedictorian when he graduates this year. 4 year varsity basketball player. I think she made the right decision starting him a year late-he's thrived.

Sending prayers your wee one has a bit more patience to finish baking.

Hugs for you, so hard to feel helpless.


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idiot85
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Default  Posted: 10:50 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

I've been trying to find positive stories but i must keep skipping them- seeing these examples have defo made me feel better!

They said he's alright, there's nothing wrong that he must just be impatient and the wife's body will just go with the flow.

Thank you everyone- I'm honestly starting to chill a bit. My SIL and MIL are at the hosp now and say the wife is feeling a lot better.


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Default  Posted: 10:51 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

I worked in with NICU doctors and nurses for a year and I was amazed at all they can do for premies now a days.

I would stop googling...it's going to drive you nuts.

((Idiot, Mrs. and Baby I))


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Default  Posted: 11:18 AM, August 29th (Thursday)

My neighbor gave birth to a 30 weeker. She made the choice to start school a year later.

At least for the first few years, preemies are developmentally more like babies born when the preemie was supposed to be born (rather than when the preemie is actually born), at least that's what the docs told us to expect in terms of milestones, etc.

I hope you can find more 'success' stories, I KNOW there are lots of them out there.

Glad things look to be going a bit better now.


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Default  Posted: 5:37 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

Sending lots of positive thoughts!

Here is a good story: my mom was born at 6 months back in the 40's!! She survived and had me.

Your wife and lil one will be just fine, I know they will


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Default  Posted: 5:47 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

I'll add a success story for you. My niece was delivered by an emergency C-section 10 weeks early back in 1986. She weighed less than 2 lbs, and her father's wedding ring fit over her foot and hung loosely around her leg. She was tiny.

Even without benefit of the medical advances they've made in the 27 years since then, she not only survived, she thrived. Perfectly healthy, no issues at all, graduated from HS with multiple scholarships, completed college, has been involved at a national level with multiple charities, has a lovely family complete with two darling boys... she has a wonderful, healthy life.

Keep focusing on the positive.


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Default  Posted: 6:11 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

Thank you again

The medicine's working and they reckon she can come home in the morning


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Default  Posted: 6:17 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

That's FANTASTIC!


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Default  Posted: 6:22 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

Wonderful news!

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Default  Posted: 6:24 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

Awesome!

Another happy preemie story, just in case...

My manager at work's daughter gave birth early to a 2 lb. 3 oz. baby. She's doing well and is up to over 3 lbs. and the baby is set to come home any day.


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Default  Posted: 6:26 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

yay!!!


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Default  Posted: 6:44 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

I'm loving the positive outcomes- chances are he'll come early but hopefully not yet!

I also don't like being here (home) with the wife in hosp- feels weird. Even though my little vulture.. I mean, daughter, has hopped in my bed


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Default  Posted: 10:39 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

My oldest was born at 29 weeks, my middle at 36 weeks and my youngest at 34, my 29 weeker, had a few years of issues, but today is a happy very healthy intelligent incredibly beautiful almost 9 year old, ( she had asthma and bronchopulmonary dysplasia, had two heart murmurs, and retinopathy of prematurity, dealt with jaundice, feeding issues and was on o2 until she was 6 months old) She spent 56 days in a level 3 NICU in St Louis in one of the top 5 Children's Hospitals in the country. Today she is only dealing with occasional asthma flare ups her BPD has been downgraded to mild and she will outgrow it as she continues to grow healthy new lung tissue. Her heart and eye problems are completely gone. She is obsessed with Greek Mythology, and has truly been fine since she was 2. I can barely keep up with her. My 36 weeker, was jaundiced, but came home after 5 days in the hospital(one day extra) She is witty, and sensitive, loving and just all around incredible, My 34 weeker, is turning 2 in November. She was jaundiced had weight/feeding issues and stayed 9 days in the hospital's special care nursery ( a step down from NICU) She is a little imp, always smiling and being so silly, She just learned to say Puppy and Kitty, and runs around after our cat, screaming TITTY! TITTY!

I know the stuff with my 29 weeker is scary, but let me say this. The doctors and hospitals, and nurses have the science, treatments and medicines to help them survive and THRIVE, in the last 9 years since my oldest was born, even more changes have been made, your little one is going to be ok, even if they get an earlier start. With our three, we looked at it as God giving us bonus time with them, and giving us so much more to be thankful for and to celebrate, since we get to celebrate their birthdays, their coming home days, and major milestones too :) Feel free to pm me any time, with regards to preemie stuff, we have done it all :)

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Default  Posted: 11:47 PM, August 29th (Thursday)

I'm glad things are looking more positive. Sending along positive thoughts and mojo.


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Default  Posted: 7:02 AM, August 30th (Friday)

My 25 year old daughter weighed 1 kilo at birth at 29 weeks. She is happy, beautiful, healthy and wonderfully maddening young person. As a previous poster mentioned, she had a few problems in the first 4-5 years, but nothing that has stayed with her at all. Good luck!


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idiot85
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Default  Posted: 8:36 AM, August 30th (Friday)

It's the thought of having issues that's scary. My other 2 were both quick- out the same day. Perfectly healthy.

Anyway the wife is home now


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Default  Posted: 8:59 AM, August 30th (Friday)

Glad she is home and things have stopped for now....
Cook him for a while longer and relax, enjoy your family and take good care of your wife....HUGS


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Default  Posted: 12:55 PM, August 30th (Friday)

Now it's your turn to pamper her Idiot. Make sure she keeps stress low, and life relaxed.
Some of the meds to slow/stop them from coming early have a nasty side effect of making the momma extremely anxious.

I also have premie stories, my eldest niece came at 35 weeks, and was just fine, other than being extremely colicy. She is now starting her Sophomore year of college, and is one of the smartest people i have ever known, in an honors premed course at a big U.

My boy came at 36 weeks, he ran out of room. He too was fusy colicky baby, but is super bright. No real issues with development other than speech delay, and late walker (which is a blessing really).

My friends DIL had her baby last summer at 24 weeks. While scary the little guy did great, was on a vent for a few days, but did just fine, now 15 months old, and right on track with everything. It is amazing how well they do.

I really think that some womens bodies just are made to have those babies sooner. My mom had both of us early, my sister had her two early, I had my two early, and no problems. I'm sure there is some sort of genetic tendency to just get the cooking done faster, like some of us have a convect uterus instead of a radiant one.

Anyway, (((to you and yours))))
and wishing for a few more weeks of quiet.


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Default  Posted: 2:12 PM, August 30th (Friday)

I85, I'm coming into this thread late. I'm sorry the two of you had a scare, but I'm glad to hear that she's doing better and home now.

Sending positive thoughts and (((HUGS))) your way.


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Default  Posted: 4:08 PM, August 30th (Friday)

Thanks again everyone

She's keeping calm and I'm trying to pamper but you know how it is- she won't sit down for longer than 5 mins!!!

My Mum's round...and being nice haha

I do really appreciate all the kind words


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Default  Posted: 4:12 PM, August 30th (Friday)

Prayers and positive thoughts for your family. I know have heaed many premie sucess stories. My your wee one come out small and healthy.

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Default  Posted: 9:56 AM, August 31st (Saturday)

Technology is so advanced now a days to deal with premature situations. In 1973 when I was born it wasn't near what it is.

I was born nearly 3 months premature. Most of my systems were very underdeveloped. I was told Icould be held in one hand. I was given very little to no chance to survive. I had spinal meningitis also. I was in the in the hospital on my first birthday.

The Dr's figured I may never walk, talk, or mature properly.

Thankfully I beat all the odds and I believe then some. I am as normal as anyone I know. No signs of any long term effects.

I hope that does not scare you but try to put your mind at rest that even if the baby is early that all can still be just fine.

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Default  Posted: 5:26 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Hello - Thought I'd let you all know he was born on 5 Sept and is actually doing very well

He's still on oxygen in an incubator in the Special Care Baby Unit but it's mainly just monitoring him- he's all wired up but they're all on him not in him which I always think is a good sign!!


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Default  Posted: 5:40 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Yeah! Congratulations!


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Default  Posted: 6:38 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congratulations! How much does he weigh?


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Default  Posted: 6:53 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

3lbs 9oz of cuteness! He looks tiny with massive feet

I know you'll think I'm biased but he really is gorgeous and smells like BABY!!!!


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Default  Posted: 7:41 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congratulations! I'm sorry he came early but I bet he was just anxious to meet you.

I'm glad he's doing so well!


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Default  Posted: 7:53 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congrats!!!!
Happy to hear all is well. The giant feet, sound like my boy, he came early because he just ran out of room.
He was almost a full 4 weeks early, and he was 22" long. He is 16 now and still long and lean at 6'2", and 165 pounds.


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Default  Posted: 9:01 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congrats!

Now you'll have to see if he's early for everything in life!


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Default  Posted: 9:04 AM, September 12th (Thursday)

Too right- I have high expectations regarding punctuality for this one!!

He's just sooo oof I don't know the words! He's amazing!!


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Default  Posted: 1:48 PM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congrats, i85! Our youngest weighed 4 lbs. 5 ounces when born, and went down to a little under 4 lbs. before he started eating well. He was born at about 32 weeks. Perfect! The only issue we had was a little jaundice, easily remedied.

He slept all the time. I had to wake him to feed him. Barely ever cried. He was the perfect baby.

DS's feet didn't seem huge to me, but his head sure did. We thought he was absolutely beautiful and the whole family fell madly, crazy in love with him. However, the truth was, he actually looked like a very small, very wise old man.


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Default  Posted: 1:55 PM, September 12th (Thursday)

Awww... so happy he's made a safe entrance. Congratulations!


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Default  Posted: 2:03 PM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congrats to you and Mrs.

My DD's first came at 34 weeks. Stayed in hosp. one week. Took a while for him to catch up, but now?? Lightening fast ball of fire at 4!!

Glad you can now take a breath of relief.


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Default  Posted: 2:21 PM, September 12th (Thursday)

He was born on my 50th birthday! It's a good day.

I too have had kids in the NICU and my DD was actually born not breathing and had to be resuscitated. They are all grown up and fine.

Congrats to you on your new bundle of joy!!!!


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Default  Posted: 4:46 PM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congrats!!!

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Default  Posted: 6:54 PM, September 12th (Thursday)

Congrats!!! I am positive all will go well for your new little man.


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Default  Posted: 5:00 AM, September 13th (Friday)

However, the truth was, he actually looked like a very small, very wise old man

Haha that's what he looks like!!

He was feeding last night too which means he should be home either today tomorrow or Monday. I can't wait- we're just trusting the docs on this one!


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Default  Posted: 5:56 AM, September 13th (Friday)

Congratulations!!!!!



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Default  Posted: 6:01 AM, September 13th (Friday)

Congratulations!!!


Take up your space (and do it well).

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Default  Posted: 8:55 PM, September 13th (Friday)

Congratulations !!!!!


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Default  Posted: 11:52 PM, September 13th (Friday)

Congrats! Take good care of them.


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Default  Posted: 12:18 AM, September 14th (Saturday)

Gratus


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Default  Posted: 1:22 AM, September 14th (Saturday)

Congratulations!! Glad things are going well for him (and mum too I hope)!!


Me (BS), Him (WH): early 50's
3 DS: teens!!! :)
M: 24 (19 1/2 at Dday), Together 29
Dday: Dec 2008
re-separated (in-house), for good (??) <-- should really remove these, shouldn't I...

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aesir
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Default  Posted: 4:23 AM, September 14th (Saturday)

Man I gotta look at the dates, I was on page one and trying to google an old cartoon from the newspaper of a doctor pounding his head on the desk with a woman saying "Doctor, I've been leafing through my medical dictionary again..." to try and bring some levity to the message that google is not always your friend (didn't even help me with this damn cartoon), and her it turns out you have a good news update.

Congratulations.


Your mileage may vary... in accordance with the prophecy.

Do not back up. Severe tire damage.


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movingforward777
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Default  Posted: 12:24 AM, September 15th (Sunday)

Congratulations!!! What are you going to call this little man? How is your wife doing? God Bless you all and keep him strong and healthy.....HUGS


You can't reach for anything new if your hands are still full of yesterday's junk.......Louise Smith

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deeplysad
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Default  Posted: 3:11 PM, September 15th (Sunday)

Congratulations...so happy for you and your family!


Me: BW - I'm much too young to feel this damn old
Him: FWH - Midlife crisis with a pathetic porn wannabe
D-Day: August 2004; Lots of false R until February 2005.

It takes all kinds of kinds....Miranda Lambert


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lynnm1947
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Default  Posted: 3:41 PM, September 15th (Sunday)

Congratulations! Love him to pieces for me!

My first GD was born 6 weeks early. I used to laugh that she looked like a Sharpei. She was tall and skinny, but with so much extra skin. She gradually grew into it, but she surely was a funny looking little body for a while!


Age: 64..ummmmmmm, no...............65....no...oh, hell born in 1947. You figure it out!

"I could have missed the pain, but I would have had to miss the dance." Garth Brooks


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idiot85
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Default  Posted: 7:48 AM, September 19th (Thursday)

Thought I'd do a last update- he's home

The wife is fine and our other kids are...enthusiastic!!!

Thank you for all your kind messages. They have been and are very much appreciated


BH-29 (me)
WW-28

Multi famam, conscientiam, pauci verentur.


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jo2love
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Default  Posted: 8:07 AM, September 19th (Thursday)

Yay! I'm so glad he's home. I'm so happy for you and your family.

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DeadMumWalking
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Default  Posted: 10:20 AM, September 19th (Thursday)

Great news, thanks for the update!!


Me (BS), Him (WH): early 50's
3 DS: teens!!! :)
M: 24 (19 1/2 at Dday), Together 29
Dday: Dec 2008
re-separated (in-house), for good (??) <-- should really remove these, shouldn't I...

Posts: 2541 | Registered: Aug 2009 | From: EU
nowiknow23
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Default  Posted: 12:37 PM, September 19th (Thursday)

Awww!!! Such a fantastic update.


You can call me NIK

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-Hayley Williams


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