Belly - I'm sorry you're having pain. :( I do remember having a lot of cramping and it felt like AF and I'd get it in my back a lot too. It was kind of a dull ache with occasional sharper jabs. RE said it was the area waking up and preparing to grow for baby. It is nerve wracking, isn't it? I was told to drink water and a warm heating pad on the back was ok. It seems water fixes everything, doesn't it?
renavoo - Oh dear! I am speechless about your doctor! Can you get a new one? There's enough worry without all the doom and gloom! Not all multiple pregnancies are high risk!!!! I wish I could share my perinatologist. He is so reassuring and calm even when things go a little off of what we'd like, he always had comforting words. Your doctor sure could use a lesson in bedside manner. I had a hematoma on Liam's placenta and it did heal on it's own in a few weeks. It's true that most of them do. Be prepared for it to possibly drain, though. Mine did and scared the crap outta me and I wish I had known what it was while it was happening.
AFM - I'm now in the 30s for week numbers and the babies will definitely be here in less than 8 weeks. I've got most things ready, but there are a few little things that I hope to finish up in the next week or two. (mainly my hospital bag, finish sewing diapers, and getting the newborn photographer squared away)
DH said he needs to work a little bit this weekend. I totally saw this coming... I have a feeling work will creep into his whole "vacation" and he's already working all of monday. At least he is home and I can go talk to him whenever I want to.