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34 weeks Faye11397 Due March 24; 1 child; United Kingdom 411 posts
Feb 20th '16

7acb7e6bf62b69b76059c03eacaa56c0.jpgThis is my daughter born at 34 weeks in intensive care please pray for her recovery

HFlo14 Due July 18 (twins); TTC since Oct 2016; 2 kids; United States 579 posts
Feb 20th '16

How much does she weigh? She looks like a good size, and she looks like she's doing great. I'm sure she will be home soon. 

Faye11397 Due March 24; 1 child; United Kingdom 411 posts
Feb 20th '16

Quoting HFlo14:
How much does she weigh? She looks like a good size, and she looks like she's doing great. I'm sure she will be home soon. 


She was 4.14 but dropped to 4.11 she looks big but she acc very tiny and she was up till this afternoon when she went downhill and had to be moved to intensive care:(

HFlo14 Due July 18 (twins); TTC since Oct 2016; 2 kids; United States 579 posts
Feb 20th '16

Quoting Faye11397:

She was 4.14 but dropped to 4.11 she looks big but she acc very tiny and she was up till this afternoon when she went downhill and had to be moved to intensive care:(


I'm sorry to hear. My niece and nephew were 5 a piece at birth and dropped down into the upper 4's. What is wrong with her that she had to be moved to intensive care? (I thought all NICU was considered intensive care though...). 

hilee18 1 child; United States 691 posts
Feb 20th '16

I hope she improves soon!
How is her breathing that's usually the biggest factor in going home-- she weighs more than my son did when he went home actually :) so that's one good thing. Dropping weight is normal in the beginning. 

Faye11397 Due March 24; 1 child; United Kingdom 411 posts
Feb 20th '16

Quoting hilee18:
I hope she improves soon!
How is her breathing that's usually the biggest factor in going home-- she weighs more than my son did when he went home actually :) so that's one good thing. Dropping weight is normal in the beginning. 


She doesn't need help breathing but she got an infection and had to get a lumber puncture :)