UGH! I had written a looooong personals and update post... went to submit it, and found out my internet was down.
So, here's the Cliffnotes version:
Sonya - I'm totally in the same boat with the Prometrium. They said tomorrow's 3 doses will be the end of them, and I'm so scared for my lining. I'm trying to convince myself that they take us off of them well past when we could stop for added insurance.
Gina - Fabulous news that your bleeding has stopped! These things plain and simply are absolutely horrible. I wouldn't wish one of these darn SCHs on my worst enemy. Have you been to babycenter.com? They have a SCH Support Group on there. Very informative! Keeps me sane during this crazy situation.
Bunny - Right there with you with the chapped nipples. Is it too soon for lanolin???
Amanda - Did your DH get a flu shot too? I'm gonna ask about it tomorrow, but I think DH and both the kids should be getting them as well. Right?
Afm - It's been almost 4 weeks since my bleed. I thought I was gonna be one of the lucky ones to escape Subchorionic Hematoma Hell without a recurrence... I was mistaken. I woke up in the middle of the night (which is 8 am for me) to pee and, to my horror, the toilet was full of blood.
Not having an official OB, I called the RE's emergency line and got ahold of the APN that just happened to be in the office (SnS for another patient, I'd imagine) and she said to come in for an u/s. Only problem is, they only have vaginal u/s equipment. So we could see the babies were doing great, but they're too big now and she couldn't see the bleed site. She suspects it's near my cervix, which are the ones that tend to bleed out more frequently. I have to go in for an abdominal u/s tomorrow with the on-call OB so they can get an official measurement. I'm going to figure out which OB is going to work for me and get that situated. Being in doc limbo is for the birds! I need to be someone's patient, especially with all that I'm going through.
The good news in all of this is the bleeding has already stopped. I've been sipping water all day, which has really helped with the cramping. So, I'm feeling a lot better about the situation. Also, Baby B gave us quite a show! Teeny tiny arms and legs moving all about and wiggling around, brought tears to my eyes. Baby A wasn't quite as big of a show off, just some kicking around, a bit more gracefully than B.
I'm praying things go well tomorrow.