Baby born 34 weeks after steroids

Thanks everyone, as I said I don't feel like anything is happening, but I was induced with DS, so don't really know the ins and outs of a natural start to labour.

I think I would be feeling more anxious if I thought things were getting going, and I'm not, I am actually feeling quite calm, just don't know if it is worth all of the palava of going to the hospital and everything, I know that sounds bad, but I would be the first there if I thought things were happening.

I've no idea how big the baby is, he feels bigger than DS (I know that sounds bloody weird, but he does!! ) DS was 7lb15 at 40+5, so not tiny.

* When contacted by Just Facts, Pless confirmed his view as quoted above and stated that the “same micro-organism” that caused the pneumonia “was cultured in the uterus and the lung.” [304] When Just Facts pointed out the autopsy report contains a list of “Specimens for Culture” that does not include the uterus, [305] Pless said his memory may be faulty, but “the only possible source of the infection was the uterus” because there “was no upper airway disease—so the only possibility was spread from the uterus.” [306] [307]

Baby born 34 weeks after steroids

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