Thursday, September 10, 2009

Follow up u/s

Today's follow up showed the same thing, diminished blood flow into Aubrey's placenta. At this point they are still going to just keep an eye on it and make sure it doesn't get worse or have the blood flow start reversing. Either of these things will call for an immediate delivery.

Tonya was here spending the day with us so she was able to see them all for the first time. I think she was pained more than me by all the pushing and grinding they have to do to get a good view of them all!

For some reason these kids like to change positions and keep the techs on their toes! Aubrey is now breech as well as Baby B, Baby D is all the way over on the right head down and Baby A is transverse across my cervix. I am calling him my little gate keeper...he is making sure none of them come sliding out!


  1. Awww gotta love Baby A for protecting his brothers and sister! lol.
    I hope things get better with Aubrey's blood flow but rest assured that you have a good team of Dr. and nurses to get you through whatever needs to be done. Keep us posted!

  2. I still don't know how you carry all 4 babies in there. You are a brave strong woman. I hope that all goes okay with Aubrey's placenta and you can hold on to those babies just a bit longer.

    Keep up the good work mamma!

  3. I'm just catching up on all your news! I'm so glad they are staying put. You look great! One of my twins had the diminished blood flow issue. She was born small (a pound smaller than her sister - they were 2 lbs 9 oz and 3 lbs 9 oz at 32.5 weeks) and had a little more trouble than her sister the first couple days, but she was healthy overall and is doing great now!


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