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shanastash posted:
switch to heprin...which means i will be 36 weeks along! back when i was just starting my lovenox, 36 weeks seemed SOO far away and here it is, just 2 days away! crazy! i am not looking forward to those shots by the way. i got the hang of 1 shot down but sometimes i forget at night, so i just do it in the morning...with the heprin i can't be forgetting as i am supposed to do it morning and night! oy!

i know it's not that big of a deal, i think i am actually more anxious than the issue with the shot. i don't mind shots. thank goodness right?! my SIL told me good thing she never had to take shots to have a kid cuz if so, she wouldn't have any kids! i guess i didn't realize that that phobia of needles is really big out there since its just "another thing to deal with" for me.

eh anyway, i am kinda weirded out that its only 4 weeks away, but my mind/heart/body keeps telling me she will be 1 to 2 weeks early. but if i am right on time, i will be happy! that means she'll be nice and cooked!
Shana-27, Darrin-29, angel baby (fishie-14w5d) found out @ 17wks. Dx: MTHFR and FV Leiden. BFP 3.12.10 EDD 11.20.10 PINK TEAM!!! Rx: Lovenox 40 mg, baby asprin, 1000 mcg folic acid, AND PRAYERS!
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agbdiva responded:
I have done the heparin shots twice a day since 5wk and will have to keep at it until labor. It's a pain, especially if you don't find a good place to put that needle.

She will be here before you know it!
Me (41) DH(48) I will be induced sometime the 1st week of January 2011 We're on the Pink Team! M/C 6/08(unknown) M/C 8/09(trisomy 15)


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