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Title: Monday Roll Call for March 6, 2017
Post by: Angela on March 06, 2017 at 10:57 AM
Hey, pretty ladies!

Let us know how many weeks along you are, and what you've been doing to stay busy. Also, take a moment today to connect with another member by responding to her post. Stay connected…

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Angela

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Title: Re: Monday Roll Call for March 6, 2017
Post by: JessiBehzad on March 06, 2017 at 11:25 PM
Hi there,  I am 24+5 today, pregnant with twins.  Trying to keep positive after a rough weekend of trying to adjust to bedrest.  I've been trying to work from home from my computer and talking with lots of friends and family on the phone. 
Title: Re: Monday Roll Call for March 6, 2017
Post by: andi-pants on March 07, 2017 at 09:42 AM
I'm doing ok this week. I do my glucose tolerance test tomorrow and have an appointment with my doctor on Friday. I'm hoping we'll have a plan in place to prevent another bout of preterm labor...I can't get a cerclage because my membranes are too low and the risk of rupture is too high, I'll be asking about progesterone suppositories then.
Title: Re: Monday Roll Call for March 6, 2017
Post by: Cranberry48 on March 07, 2017 at 02:41 PM
Hi...I'm not sure if I should continue to update being as I'm not pregnant anymore nor am I on bedrest.  Jessi and Andi I just wanted to tell you guys I'm praying for you! 

Malachi is doing really well with his feeding.  He's 36weeks and he's taking a lot by bottle and they are trying to get him acquainted with the breast.  We are hopefully going to do an SNS, cause it's a lot of work at the breast...But if he can take all his feedings by mouth and not use feeding tube he can come home!  There is a light at the end of the tunnel!