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Gabrielle Hamblin Due June 26 (girl); 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Buffalo, Texas 393 posts
Nov 27th '12

Right now I don't give a flippen rats azz about my spelling!!!! Get off my fn back about it shit. And thanks I will try the ice watter and spice drink. Anyways thanks for yalls inputs it really does help. I feel better now.

*A&N's Mama* 2 kids; Halifax, Nova Scotia 4627 posts
Nov 27th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" Yeah houston and dallas even palastine cares. They keep you on a heart monater and do an ultrasound. ... [snip!] ... The doctors only care if ur not on medicade. Wtf. Sigh wish doctors would take more care in pregnant weman and our babys."</blockquote>




If you're measuring big at 22+ weeks, how is 19 1/2 weeks bigger than that? :/



When I went to L&D for continuous BH contractions, they wouldn't monitor me because I was only 19 weeks and they would only see women that were 20+ weeks. If I were to go bank to that first er now, they would send me away. Different policies and aren't equipped to take care of babies




Eta: not the first ER, if I were to go to the second they would send me away since I'm passed the 20 week mark. They're not equipped like L&D is

Mama Constantine 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Colorado Springs, CO, United States 5844 posts
Nov 27th '12
Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:" Yeah houston and dallas even palastine cares. They keep you on a heart monater and do an ultrasound. ... [snip!] ... The doctors only care if ur not on medicade. Wtf. Sigh wish doctors would take more care in pregnant weman and our babys."

The doctor's don't care if you're on Medicaid.

P Pickle Pants 98 kids; California 20532 posts
Nov 27th '12
Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:" Right now I don't give a flippen rats azz about my spelling!!!! Get off my fn back about it shit. And ... [snip!] ... And thanks I will try the ice watter and spice drink. Anyways thanks for yalls inputs it really does help. I feel better now."


Seriously, take a chill pill.
If you're nervous, order a doppler online for $50 so you can check the heartbeat whenever you want for free (I own one, it definitely helped me be less nervous after six losses).



Even with having loss after loss after loss, like me, you HAVE to learn what's normal and what's not. Even with a HUGE baby, its normal to not feel regular daily movement until up to 25 weeks or so! That's why they don't start kick counts til 28 weeks! If you don't know whats normal you're going to freak yourself out and make yourself crazy for NOTHING.



CHILL. Try caffeine, sugar, or icy cold drinks to get baby to move. or just lay down and be very quiet---baby is probably sleeping. They do that a LOT until around 25-30 weeks!

Gabrielle Hamblin Due June 26 (girl); 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Buffalo, Texas 393 posts
Nov 27th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting NevviesMom:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" Yeah houston and dallas even palastine ... [snip!] ... ER, if I were to go to the second they would send me away since I'm passed the 20 week mark. They're not equipped like L&D is"</blockquote>




I didn't say I was 22 weeks. 17 weeks 5 days and my baby is measuring 19 1/2 weeks. Sigh

*A&N's Mama* 2 kids; Halifax, Nova Scotia 4627 posts
Nov 27th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting NevviesMom:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle ... [snip!] ... like L&D is"</blockquote> I didn't say I was 22 weeks. 17 weeks 5 days and my baby is measuring 19 1/2 weeks. Sigh"</blockquote>




Sorry I read your OP wrong



But yeah it's still WAY too soon to feel regular movements at 17+ weeks. I didn't feel any movements until 18 and even then it was a tap every now and then.

Gabrielle Hamblin Due June 26 (girl); 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Buffalo, Texas 393 posts
Nov 27th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting NevviesMom:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting NevviesMom:</b>" ... [snip!] ... to feel regular movements at 17+ weeks. I didn't feel any movements until 18 and even then it was a tap every now and then."</blockquote>




Its ok lol not mad. Thanks again every woman and pregnacy is different always been able to feel my baby at different times then most.

O ♥ G 2 kids; Pride, Louisiana 10726 posts
Nov 28th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" If anything Dr's take TOO MUCH of pregnant woman. In the US they rarely let anything just go naturally, instead they tend to intervene too much."</blockquote>




I agree with this.



And OP, it only makes you sound ignorant to say they don't care if you're on Medicaid. It's insurance and they are getting paid no matter what insurance you are on. SMH.

Gabrielle Hamblin Due June 26 (girl); 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Buffalo, Texas 393 posts
Nov 28th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting O ♥ G:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting she nan igans:</b>" If anything Dr's take TOO MUCH of pregnant ... [snip!] ... say they don't care if you're on Medicaid. It's insurance and they are getting paid no matter what insurance you are on. SMH."</blockquote>




Fairfield hospitals look down on weman with medicaide they don't want to take the time to run all the tests they need to run.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 23103 posts
Nov 28th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting O ♥ G:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting she nan ... [snip!] ... Fairfield hospitals look down on weman with medicaide they don't want to take the time to run all the tests they need to run."</blockquote>




That is not how it works.

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
Nov 28th '12
Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting O ♥ G:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting she nan ... [snip!] ... Fairfield hospitals look down on weman with medicaide they don't want to take the time to run all the tests they need to run."


Yeah that's not how it works. AND THERE ARE NO MORE TESTS THAT THEY NEED TO RUN. Jesus, woman.

Gabrielle Hamblin Due June 26 (girl); 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Buffalo, Texas 393 posts
Nov 28th '12

Dont jesus woman me I was talking about other cases of being pregnant and the tests they have to run for them. I know what I'm talking about if you have never been to that hospital then don't act like a know it all.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 23103 posts
Nov 28th '12

You don't seem able to handle being on this site OP...

O ♥ G 2 kids; Pride, Louisiana 10726 posts
Nov 30th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" Dont jesus woman me I was talking about other cases of being pregnant and the tests they have to run ... [snip!] ... have to run for them. I know what I'm talking about if you have never been to that hospital then don't act like a know it all."</blockquote>




Can you not read? Someone already told you that they do not know what type of insurance you have until AFTER you are seen usually. It's not like the doctor comes in and knows "oh she's on Medicaid, let me treat her differently". They don't run all the tests they "need to run" because sometimes its simply not necessary and it's more cost effective to both patient and doctor to NOT do extra tests simply for the hell of it. And if it means that much to you, then DEMAND that they do a test. Speak up and be an adult. It's you that's paying for it (or your insurance) anyways. But do some research first bc from your original post it looks like you really don't know much about pregnancy and how hospitals work :/

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
Nov 30th '12
Quoting O ♥ G:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Gabrielle Hamblin:</b>" Dont jesus woman me I was talking about ... [snip!] ... research first bc from your original post it looks like you really don't know much about pregnancy and how hospitals work :/"


Do research? But that would require work, and then she couldn't come on here and complain!