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#1 of 2 Old 02-26-2010, 04:41 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I'm 32 weeks pregnant... what do you see for me with the delivery of my second child?

(I ask because my first delivery had a LOT of drama with pre-e, HELLP, and bleeding. Yikes.)

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Things are going to go unexpected, but not in a bad or dangerous way. However I do want you to be prepared as possible for any situation. Such as a homebirth if you are not already planning one. Get a few supplies that would make you feel comfortable at home should the baby come quickly.
I do not forsee any danger nor any health plans. I think you will birth rather quickly. It will be nothing like your last birth. I do think you will test GB positive though, but dont let anyone scare you about anything with that. It is what it is. Talk with someone who knows about natural care for that. Better yet, try to nip it in the butt now to prevent it.
Good luck and Happy birthing!

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