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October 03, 2014

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Don't Count Your Eggs

Thanks for all the love everyone! I keep telling Momo she's got to hang in here because so many people are rooting for her! It really was the scariest day for us, and in all honestly, I continue to feel scared. I hope the worst is over but... anyway. Thanks to all for sharing and for all the support. Lisa--I'm sorry the last IUI didn't work and wish you a lot of luck on your next process. And Meliss--WTF is the deal with the lining??!! Now it's teasing you? I'm sorry. I hope it starts cooperating. I understand the frustration and wish you luck. Keep us posted, I feel like we're all on lining watch ;) Have a fabulous weekend everyone!

Jill B @ hopinghopefloats.blogspot.com

Sending prayers.

Anita

What an absolutely terrifying experience, Maya. I'm so relieved and happy that all is well with little Momo. I hope Mama takes good rest, eats well and takes very very good care of herself.
Sending a million positive thoughts your way.

Meg

I'm so sorry that you had to deal with this terrifying experience. I'm so glad that she is doing okay in there. Ilots of prayers that all is well.

Samantha

*hugs* Glad to know everything is okay, hopefully placenta will shift itself soon. Take it nice and easy, lots of fluids and ice cream. Xx

Weylin

Pulling for you three in Singapore. Please rest, Maya. It may not be the cause of anything but you have to be resigned to being a human incubator, at least for another 28 weeks!

My Life As A Case Study

Oh Maya, my heart raced just reading this--it's my biggest fear/worst nightmare. Thank God you and Momo are ok! XOXO

Meliss

Oh my God Maya- my heart dropped when I started reading so I had to quickly scroll to the bottom and once I knew everything was ok I went back to read. I am SO glad momo is ok - you certainly don't deserve any more heartache or scares like this - I am sending so many good wishes that it's smooth sailing from here on out. Momo knows that her mama and dad and her whole family and heck, women across the country who have never met her parents, are all rooting for her to hold on. You are already such an amazing mom who will do anything for her baby. Hang in there. Xoxoxo

Ps- my lining was starting to thicken on this new protocol but today was decreased despite increased estrogen dose:( we will see next week- so hard to stay hopeful but I'm trying and hoping this FET actually happens ...

JCS

Hang on Maya and Momo! Sending positivity your way and very much hoping you have no more scares.

Lauren

Why is it that there's rarely any plain sailing for those of us who have been through so much?! What a terrifying experience. I'm do relieved Momo is okay!

I was dx with complete previa and a succenturiate lobe at 18 weeks. I haven't had any bleeding, and know I'm lucky. I've been on pelvic rest and limited activity since then, and am now 34 weeks. It's been hard (not as hard as bed rest) but we've made it. Our situations are different, but also similar, so I understand a little of what you're going through.

YOUVE GOT THIS, Maya. Momo is a lil fighter, and so is her mama.

A Few Good Eggs

Oh, Maya. What a terrifying experience. I am so, so glad that Momo is in there dancing away and that you are okay. I'll be thinking of you and hoping that the placenta moves. In the meantime, take it easy and we are all thinking of you three.

Janet

Oh crap Maya! I'm so sorry you have to go through this after everything you've already been through. Just remember, you have a little fighter in there and so are you! It's just another shitty roadblock but in the end you will be holding your little one and all of this will be all worth it.

Sarah

Oh my gosh Maya, how terrifying. I am so glad she's wiggling around in there, with her beating heart and waving arms and legs. She's safe in there, but how scary for you to see! I hope this is the last of the scares for you, and thanks for posting about all of your experiences, both positive and terrifying. You are an amazing woman. Hugs to you, Noah, and Momo!

Rebecca

Holy crap that is terrifying. But I'm so glad she is ok! How far along are you now?

Lisa

Maya! So glad Momo is still dancing away and being crazy. I am so glad she is doing well. Your body will nourish her and keep her safe and growing - you have to tell yourself that over and over again. It's weird, and selfish to think that I always tell myself that once I get pregnant I'll be fine and have an easy pregnancy, but I can't know for sure - It's like I want to believe that so bad that after all the heartache I'll be able to have an easy Pregnancy if and only if I could just get pregnant. Thank you for being so real and a source of strength for all of us still on IF island. Just got my BFN yesterday (0-3 IUI). But the Dr. is still optimistic and says that I am responding well and my lining is good, etc...I just haven't hit the lottery yet...but still I feel like crap and am sad, mad, and getting a little crazier by the day...but I'll get there, I have to believe it. For the first time every too he mentioned the dreaded acronym - IVF...so many emotions...(thanks for letting me vent here) - and Go Momo!!!

Jojo

Ughhhhh so scary and awful. So glad all is ok. I remember barely surviving a scare like that myself ( although not quite as dramatic). Sending you a big hug and hope these weeks until you meet little Momo fly by!

Lindsay

Tears welled up in my eyes as I read this! I can only imagine the terror you went through seeing all that blood and I truly understand the inability to breathe as you wait for word that everything looks ok. The first thing I thought was, "Hasn't she been through enough already?" You truly HAVE been through enough and God only knows why you have to be going through more. Hang in there, Maya. I know you will. You are right - nothing else matters but that little girl and when she gets here (and she will) she is going to be the most lucky and loved child there ever was. Hugs to you all the way from PA.

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