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Name: inselmainau2000
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hi - i am 43 years old and 7 weeks pregnant with identical twins from frozen donor egg embryo. I am very happy but at the same time I am freaking out. In two weeks I have a second ultrasound to see if the babies developed their own amniomic (sp) sack. My doctor didn't seem to happy when giving me the news and mentioned that there may be complications such as sharing of the same blood vessels and the twisting of cords. My husband and I have been trying for years to have a family and we have tried everything. I am trying to remain hopeful but realistically, I wonder if this poses such a high risk would it be worth it to continue the pregnancy..I know that sounds horrible but I am trying to keep things in perspective. I am also very scared.
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Name: peacerobin | Date: Mar 29th, 2009 1:08 AM
Hi, congrats on your pregnancy and you will be in my prayers. I don't know a lot about your situatoin at all, but just make sure that you get good high-risk pregnancy care, ask around, make sure you go to a good high risk OB/GYN, use all the resources you can, talk to friends, look, on the internet, maybe get to know a good nurse, midwife or doula who you can go to in addition to your doc, whenever you have questions. and try to do things to keep yourself healthy and happy, hugs and blessings :) 

Name: Bounty2009 | Date: May 22nd, 2009 3:37 PM
Congratulations on the twins! How's it all going?. I just had my first baby (Boy, Marlow :-)) What have the doctors said? Have you picked any baby names yet? You should have a look at http://www.bounty.com/babynames/ where you can search names by meaning and origin, plus its got a list of top 100 names for boys and girls. Hope its helpful - I thought it was great when picking my babies name xx 

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