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.Jezebel. 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 9428 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Courtney Hemp:</b>" So I had my 38 week check up this past Thursday and she said my baby has dropped a LITTLE bit but not ... [snip!] ... drops more? Is it possible I could still have him in the next week even though I wasn't dilated yet? I want him here already!"</blockquote>



Things can change so quickly! I went to my 39 week apt and I wasn't dilated at all. The doctor said there was no way I would go into labor that week and 2 days later I had my son. Just have some patience, it'll happen when it's suppose to.

Mama Charli Due August 8; 6 kids; Texas 6387 posts
3rd Mar '13
Quoting Courtney Hemp:" Thanks for the dick comments, appreciate it. If I could sleep and relax, I wouldn't even try to speed ... [snip!] ... wait in pain. Oh did I mention I haven't slept more than three hours a night since October? I would love to enjoy my sleep."

If you don't focus on the snarky comments, you would see others have given you ideas and advice. Guess what cup cake, you're not the only one who has been in pain during pregnancy. I was in labor from 29 weeks till 39 weeks when I finally has my child. I spent alot of my time in L&D because of this. We know how you feel. You're not alone. But just like everyone said, baby will come when baby is ready. If you try and force the baby out, when s/he is not ready... you will most likely end up in a c section... because your body is not ready to be in labor and won't dilate or put the baby in distress...

Elle&Cole 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Rio Rancho, NM, United States 23215 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Courtney Hemp:</b>" Thanks for the dick comments, appreciate it. If I could sleep and relax, I wouldn't even try to speed ... [snip!] ... wait in pain. Oh did I mention I haven't slept more than three hours a night since October? I would love to enjoy my sleep."</blockquote>




Haha this is funny. You won't get much sleep when the baby comes either. Stop complaining, it's pregnancy, it's almost over, and its what you signed up for.

.Jezebel. 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 9428 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Elliot Grace's Mama:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Courtney Hemp:</b>" Thanks for the dick comments, appreciate ... [snip!] ... get much sleep when the baby comes either. Stop complaining, it's pregnancy, it's almost over, and its what you signed up for."</blockquote>




Uhh! I accutually miss the sleep I got while pregnant. Lol

ivalilly 1 child; Kansas 603 posts
3rd Mar '13

Like everyone said, don't rush it. I don't get any restful sleep and I am only 27 1/2 weeks pregnant. I have to get up about every hour to pee because I have to drink water or I feel dehydrated and sick. I have had a lot of discomfort during pregnancy. You are in the home stretch, hun. Just relax or try to. S/he will be here soon enough :)

m o m ♥ 2 kids; Ontario 7948 posts
3rd Mar '13
Quoting Courtney Hemp:" Thanks for the dick comments, appreciate it. If I could sleep and relax, I wouldn't even try to speed ... [snip!] ... wait in pain. Oh did I mention I haven't slept more than three hours a night since October? I would love to enjoy my sleep."


Sounds like regular end of pregnancy pains. If it was really concerning I'm sure you would be hospitalized. And if you think it's that bad go to the E.R.



I carried a 12lbs baby until 39 weeks pregnant. You aren't going to get any sympathy here from a forum full of pregnant people/moms. We've all been there done that!



And wanting the baby to come sooner is not going to help the sleep situation. Enjoy the 3 hrs a night now because not much is going to change in the next few months.



Just think it's only 2 more weeks! It feels like hell now but it will be over soon.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
3rd Mar '13

Sit down, suck it up and relax. I'm almost 30 weeks and I'm not bitching. Hell, I walked Ikea and Fry's today. Am I sore? Hell the fuck yeah I'm sore! But I'm not bitching that I'm not close and not dilated. You have up to 4 weeks. chill out.

kaykayz Due March 12 (girl); 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 53 posts
3rd Mar '13

Im now 39 weeks, 3 cm and went from 60 to 80 percent effaced over 2 weeks,, 2 weeks lol, it was a real tease, id rather be no cm dialated then know ive been stuck at 3 for so long, and I fully understand where ur comming from ppl can be really harsh when u ask questions about how to dialate, but its true when he or she is ready they will come, I dont know why women can be so harsh to other women, my first came at 36 weeks perfectly healthy, I went into labour after I slipped on a patch of ice , horrible, and scary but he came out at 7lbs 6oz, my second was at 38 weeks, got into a car accident 3 days prior, still dont know if thata why she came a little early, I also had a very spicy sub the same day I went into labour, still cant tell if that caused it, with this baby im 39 weeks, ive had sex a lot, walked miles, nothing, she will come when she wants to.I know how u feel, when I was prego with my second I went onto my fb and put my status to , I cant wait for my baby to get out.... holy crap ive never been so humiliated on my own facebook page ever, I had ppl ive known for years calling me selfish, saying how im rushing things all sorts of shit, lesson I learned was to never mention wanting to see my baby b4 40 weeks lol sad, worse part was I was already 38 weeks and had my baby a few days later, perfect 6lbs 12 oz.

Mama Charli Due August 8; 6 kids; Texas 6387 posts
3rd Mar '13
Quoting kaykayz:" Im now 39 weeks, 3 cm and went from 60 to 80 percent effaced over 2 weeks,, 2 weeks lol, it was a real ... [snip!] ... to see my baby b4 40 weeks lol sad, worse part was I was already 38 weeks and had my baby a few days later, perfect 6lbs 12 oz."

Just because your baby came out perfectly healthy does not mean everyone else's will. It is very risky make a baby come when the baby is not ready. She got advice and not every one on here was snarky about it, Even babies born at 42 weeks can have a stay in the NICU so there is no telling if the baby will come out perfectly fine

kaykayz Due March 12 (girl); 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 53 posts
3rd Mar '13

Of course not every baby, im not speaking for every1, just myself. And if u looked at the comments theres a lot of snarky comments, were here to support other women not bash them

kaykayz Due March 12 (girl); 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 53 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mama Charli:</b>" Just because your baby came out perfectly healthy does not mean everyone else's will. It is very risky ... [snip!] ... it, Even babies born at 42 weeks can have a stay in the NICU so there is no telling if the baby will come out perfectly fine"</blockquote>




Of course not, but im not here to argue everone has their opinion, andbtheir own story, im not speaking 4 ever1 if I was id say I was

Mama Charli Due August 8; 6 kids; Texas 6387 posts
3rd Mar '13
Quoting kaykayz:" Of course not every baby, im not speaking for every1, just myself. And if u looked at the comments theres a lot of snarky comments, were here to support other women not bash them"


Yes I know. and I told her like I will tell you. Look past the snarky comments and read the ones with advice. Not everyone was that way but thats the only ones that ever get read and commented back on.
This is a site with hormonal women and women who have opinions. There is going to be head butting. It happens in the real world. why would it be any different here..

Mama Charli Due August 8; 6 kids; Texas 6387 posts
3rd Mar '13
Quoting kaykayz:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mama Charli:</b>" Just because your baby came out perfectly ... [snip!] ... not, but im not here to argue everone has their opinion, andbtheir own story, im not speaking 4 ever1 if I was id say I was"

You wanna complain about the snarky comments but you make one back? Remember this is a site for women to help each other, not bash:roll:

kaykayz Due March 12 (girl); 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 53 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mama Charli:</b>" Yes I know. and I told her like I will tell you. Look past the snarky comments and read the ones with ... [snip!] ... women who have opinions. There is going to be head butting. It happens in the real world. why would it be any different here.. "</blockquote>



Ur right,but its very difficult to comment on here, ive noticed atleast, like I also said to her ,baby will come when it comes, I never said once go get into a car accident or slip on a patch of ice, im saying both my earlishh babies were scary cause I didnt know what to expect, I was lucky to have healthy ones, its hard to be prego and not see ur baby n wonder how baby will be when he or she comes out, I fully understand her wanting it out, but never once said go induce urself. Just be patient.

kaykayz Due March 12 (girl); 2 kids; Edmonton, Alberta 53 posts
3rd Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mama Charli:</b>" You wanna complain about the snarky comments but you make one back? Remember this is a site for women to help each other, not bash:roll:"</blockquote>



When was I snarky b4 you lol.
Ur too much, as soon as u quote anothe person on here its pretty much bashing like 80% of the time, ur the 1st thats quoted me, and the 1st ive had to quote back, go to bed,, theres a snarky comment.