Tuesday, April 1, 2014

In need of sedation

I found out, mostly because I had an intuition that something was off, that J discharged herself against medical advice, and has gone home. Nobody even bothered informing me of this: I found out because I asked.

I don't know her medical condition and what was done in the past 4 days when she was in the hospital. Right now, I have to wonder if the baby would be safer out of her than in her, but we have to wait to talk to the OB to figure that out.

I have to take really deep breaths and pray that everything will be okay.

9 comments:

  1. Hugs. I'm so sorry to hear this. I hope that J and your baby are both okay. Sending good thought!

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  2. Oh no, stress & worry you did not need. Thinking good thoughts for you & your babe

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  3. Hang in there - I can't even imagine how hard it must be to have so little control over all this. I hope you get to talk to the OB soon and get some (hopefully reassuring) updates. UGH.

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  4. I am so sorry - This would make me crazy.

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  5. What a super stressful turn of events! So sorry. I know you are ready to get in and see that doctor...you are so close now, to meeting your baby. Hang in there...

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  6. How freaking scary. Hope you find out more, thinking of you.

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  7. Oh dear. I'd be so stressed. Hoping and praying that everything turns out ok.

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  8. I say keep off the sedatives for now. You might need all your faculties in the days/weeks to come.
    I'm sorry this is unfolding not according to your wishes. I sincerely hope all is well with J and the baby.
    FYI, I know we are talking about very different situations, but I was managed out of hospital for the last 2 weeks of my pregnancy even though my bp was very high. The beta-blocker helped and I continued to be monitored, which I hope will be true for J.
    Keep us posted.

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