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Best of both worlds ;-) 18 kids; California 422 posts
23rd Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ☮Sugar Magnolia:</b>" You are a noob though, lmao. Your spelling is ridiculous, I can't even take you seriously. :lol: And ... [snip!] ... into a dead thread to start shit, that is starting drama. Had you not wanted to start drama, you would have PM'd me instead."</blockquote>




God has control over my childs health i believe in god so its nothing doctors can tell me to make me feel like im making the wrong choice for any of my kids.....Everybody has a right to their opinion because like i always say an opinion is like an ass everybody has one.....its people who have full term babies and they still end up in the NICU so miss me with the bs sweetie....I let you talk your shit simply because your a nobody in my world and your opinion dont matter point blank period once my.computer turn off my life goes on

Best of both worlds ;-) 18 kids; California 422 posts
23rd Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ashleyguidry93:</b>" Hmm i am 39 weeks pregnant with my 2 child and i had my frist child at 37 weeks and doctor told me that ... [snip!] ... preterm a baby is not term till u are 38 to 39 weeks pregnant i am just letting u know what research and my doctor has told me"</blockquote>




Honestly i feel every doc is different ive heard from different docs what they consider term and pre-term.....All i wanted was suggestions on how to dilate at no point in the post did it say anything about having my baby early people kill me on this site assuming....

!!Katie!! 1 child; Tennessee 2794 posts
23rd Oct '12
Quoting ashleyguidry93:" Hmm i am 39 weeks pregnant with my 2 child and i had my frist child at 37 weeks and doctor told me that ... [snip!] ... preterm a baby is not term till u are 38 to 39 weeks pregnant i am just letting u know what research and my doctor has told me"

Hmmm. I guess all Dr.'s do it differently. I had my Son at 37wks 5days and they didn't consider him pre-term.

LB&AB ; 2 kids; Nunya, CA, United States 315 posts
24th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting DAYVONES MAMI:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ashleyguidry93:</b>" Hmm i am 39 weeks pregnant with my 2 child ... [snip!] ... how to dilate at no point in the post did it say anything about having my baby early people kill me on this site assuming...."</blockquote>




I thought you knew this sight was full of smart and educated doctors! Lmao NOT!!! Every doctor is different I don't know why people DON'T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND THAT! But I guess they're just better than the doctors right? anyway...i don't know how you can dialate faster, because I really am no doctor lol, just try straying as active as you can I guess. Seems to work for me Gl :)

Best of both worlds ;-) 18 kids; California 422 posts
24th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mommy of 2 soon :):</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting DAYVONES MAMI:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ashleyguidry93:</b>" ... [snip!] ... dialate faster, because I really am no doctor lol, just try straying as active as you can I guess. Seems to work for me Gl :)"</blockquote>




I know right so many doctors on one site i almost forgot what site i was on lol.....But thanks for the suggestion and for wishing me luck i sure need it cause this little girl is a handful and shes not even here yet lol

Kylee Priest Due November 8 (girl); 2 kids; Bellefontaine, Ohio 13 posts
3rd Nov '12
Quoting ☮Sugar Magnolia:" Yeah, because we're a site full of mothers and we care about the health of children. Not to mention ... [snip!] ... those health issues, so it bothers them when people like you are TRYING to go into ACTIVE labor before you even reach term. "


I am a mother that had a 36 week baby. Thankfully she did not need to go to NICU but watching 5 different dr swarm your baby as soon as she is delivered to make sure every part of her is working right is a scary thing. I was told by all those dr's, my own midwife and the pediatrician that has been seeing my daughter since then that 36 weeks is considered pre-term.

ElizabethGail 1 child; Elm City, North Carolina 60 posts
15th Nov '12

My doctor said 36 weeks is term (here in Carolina)
&that it wouldn't be a problem to go then They won't stop labor if your that far along, obviously.. It's not that threatening. If 90% of babies make it at 32 weeks...?



Take consideration that due dates are rarely right.. Sometimes it's on time when you think it's 2 weeks early.



For example.. The doctor told my sister she was 6-8 weeks and she was 30 weeks, in her third trimester. He later found he was wrong when she started feeling her baby kick.

stfubeeouch Due November 24 (girl); 1 child; Texas 640 posts
15th Nov '12

f you were in active labor they would have kept you there. My Ob told me that real contractions make you dilate. They cause the cervix to change. False labor like Bh do not they may feel like "real labor" but it wont cause the cervix to change. good luck

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49279 posts
15th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ElizabethGail:</b>" My doctor said 36 weeks is term (here in Carolina) &that it wouldn't be a problem to go then They won't ... [snip!] ... was 6-8 weeks and she was 30 weeks, in her third trimester. He later found he was wrong when she started feeling her baby kick."</blockquote>




Unless her doctor was completely incompetent and a moron I highly doubt that. They would have done an ultrasound. And if they can't tell the difference in 6-8 and 30, someone needs their medical license revoked.

Best of both worlds ;-) 18 kids; California 422 posts
15th Nov '12

Lmao its funny hpw i wrote this october 23 and people are still replying....this in fact old ladies my daughter is here and healthy...but thanks to all the doctors on bg :-P

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49279 posts
15th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting DAYVONES MAMI:</b>" Lmao its funny hpw i wrote this october 23 and people are still replying....this in fact old ladies my daughter is here and healthy...but thanks to all the doctors on bg :-P"</blockquote>




Yeah idiot newness like to trawl dead threads. I'm glad she's here though!

ElizabethGail 1 child; Elm City, North Carolina 60 posts
15th Nov '12

Her doctor didn't due an ultrasound.
Obviously you have to do a urine test before and wait a while before you even go to the OBGYN where you get the first ultrasound. Her urine test came back saying 6 weeks not the doctor.



What are you...?. The breeding expert?



#rude.



But bye bye now

ElizabethGail 1 child; Elm City, North Carolina 60 posts
15th Nov '12

Do*



Whooopppsieeeee

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49279 posts
15th Nov '12
Quoting ElizabethGail:" Her doctor didn't due an ultrasound. Obviously you have to do a urine test before and wait a while before ... [snip!] ... Her urine test came back saying 6 weeks not the doctor. What are you...?. The breeding expert? #rude. But bye bye now"


Don't know wtf kind of doctor she went to that takes a while to do a urine test lol. And pretty much ever doctor I've heard of does a dating ultrasound at a first visit. And yeah, I know about first visits pretty well. I've had 4 of them.

.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
15th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ElizabethGail:</b>" Her doctor didn't due an ultrasound. Obviously you have to do a urine test before and wait a while before ... [snip!] ... Her urine test came back saying 6 weeks not the doctor. What are you...?. The breeding expert? #rude. But bye bye now"</blockquote>



Dude, you can't even calculate gestational age from urine....