Satori, I'm so sorry that you don't get to birth the way you want to.
I don't have much information on Lovenox , but I understand it involves a self administered shot to prevent blood clotting and thus miscarriage. There's some information about Lovenox and homebirth in Midwifery Today from earlier this year. I think i remember you saying that you didn't have a single MW around you who you trusted though, wasn't that right? Anyway, the article seemed to say that there were some other options - getting the meds out of your system 12-24 hours before birth or going off the meds in the last few weeks or switching to another kind of blood thinner late in pregnancy. Back-up of course going to the hospital if labor began before any of these measures took place. Again, I'm not really up on this topic. Did an OB tell you that you couldn't have a homebirth or a natural hospital delivery?
Either way, if you've already done research on the topic and feel best about your decision to birth in a hospital via induction or Cesarean, then of course I fully support you in your journey. I know you are a well informed mama! I feel for you, because I know how committed to natural birthing at home you are!
I wish you could have your dream birth, Satori.
Thank you for asking about my pregnancy. I always keep you and the other mamas who were due in December close to my heart. While I'm still throwing up daily, I know that it's more of an inconvenience and not anything to really complain about. I'm admitted to the hospital for days at a time anymore. The baby is growing and kicking. Daily vomit in exchange for a baby is a bargain.
I really hope this pregnancy goes smoothly for you, Satori.
Know that you'll be in my thoughts.