Same for you 💕 I’m sure our daughters will be just fine.
@Renee hoping for the best for you and the baby ❤️
The same thing Siera said. I have an appointment with the high risk specialist on Tuesday and depending on what they say I may have to see them weekly or monthly for an ultrasound to make sure my baby is growing and if no improvement is happening I may have to give birth early.
@Renee what did they tell you like as in next steps?
I went through the same thing. I ended up having to see a high risk doctor every week, worried sick my whole pregnancy, was even induced early, all for my son to come out perfectly fine. Sometimes and by sometimes I mean more often than not, it’s nothing to worry about long term. Unless the baby isn’t getting enough nutrients from the placenta in which, they’ll monitor closely with special scans. If at any point it becomes a bigger issue, they’ll induce you. I know that may not seem like good news to hear but my best advice is to breathe and take each day one step at a time. It’s always terrifying knowing there’s nothing you can do and as a mom you feel like you should be able to. Try not to think the worst. Best of luck & wishes to your family 🤞🏽❤️
Yup currently the same thing except I’m at 29 weeks. I wasn’t super shocked when I found out tho because I had a marginal placenta
I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling worried. It's important to remember that every pregnancy is different, and it's not uncommon for babies to measure differently during ultrasounds. It's good that you're getting regular scans to monitor your baby's growth. Try to stay positive and trust that your doctor will take good care of you and your baby.