Overall: Even if it was a bit costly, my husband and I thought it was worth it. We learned a lot! Normal or some common complications were discussed but we were not 100% prepared for OUR complication (IUGR detected at 39w1d) but our sessions with Annerley still helped especially with the birth plan and deep… Continue reading Review: Annerley’s Babies and Beyond and 4D Ultrasound Experience
February 19, 2015 My day started very early. I woke up at 7 am, took a bath and changed my hospital clothes and re-packed my things. I was waiting for my husband who said he would be at the hospital at 9am. But he wasn’t. There was no minibus and he had to go to… Continue reading Induced and delivered!
On Feb 16, Monday, I was discharged from the hospital because it was just a false alarm. We then went to my private OB and was told that the baby was not doing well inside my belly anymore because his size is very small for his gestational age and I have little amniotic fluid left.… Continue reading Admitted.
After being discharged from the hospital, we had a scheduled appointment with my private OB. The one I trust the most when it comes to my pregnancy, my baby and my reproductive health. I told him about my false alarm and that the hospital would induce me only at my 41st week (March 1). I… Continue reading Final week of pregnancy
I’ve been having problems with my BP ever since I started my third trimester, I was usually told I have “borderline high BP”. My BP would range from 130-150 over 80-95. So on the night of Valentine’s Day, the ONLY day we ask our baby boy NOT to come out, my BP was reading 157/93.… Continue reading False alarm!!!
Okay. So when I was 36w6d, my private OB saw that my baby was in transverse position (horizontal). It blew our minds! I sort of panicked after it sunk in, I asked fellow pregnant moms and new mommies the difficulties of having a C-Section. They were so kind to tell me that having a C-Section… Continue reading …and head down again? Playful baby!
When we did our first 3D4D scan on our 29th week, the baby was in transverse position. When we returned for 3D4D rescan on our 30th week, the baby was already head down — maybe not facing my spine yet, but baby’s head was down there. Each and everytime the OB in the Sai Wan… Continue reading Transverse then head down then transverse again? Oh [baby] boy!