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Since I was past 20 weeks, they then sent me up to L&D. I was handed over to a nurse named Mickey, who told me I needed to be monitored for the Dexter Fowler St Louis Time To Fly Shirt. My heart sank. I had so many things to get done at work. I was hosting a work social the next day. My daughter and husband were an hour away on base.
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I hadn’t even called my husband yet he was in a meeting with a general officer, and I knew how important that meeting was. I sincerely hoped I would only need four hours of monitoring. My vitals checked out great. The Dexter Fowler St Louis Time To Fly Shirt was moving, and his heart rate was steady in the 120s to 130s. Both my babies had lower heart rates. While I don’t know for sure, I believe it had something to do with my fitness.
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I had continued to lift weights and run through both pregnancies, even racing a 5k in my 3rd trimester while pushing the jogging stroller. (All with my midwife’s blessing, of course). Unfortunately, the Dexter Fowler St Louis Time To Fly Shirt monitor was picking up regular contractions. Apparently, what I believed was the baby moving was actually Braxton-Hicks. Since they were coming every 2-4 minutes, it became abundantly clear that I wasn’t a ‘4-hour’ person. I was SO upset. For all intents and purposes, my baby was fine.
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My cervical check showed I was ‘high and tight,’ really nowhere close to going into labor. But the contractions, though ineffective, were going to keep me in the hospital. I fought it the best I could without being downright stupid. I really, really wanted to leave after 4 hours, drive the Dexter Fowler St Louis Time To Fly Shirt north to our hospital on base, and finish being monitored there. I FELT fine, the baby wasn’t in distress, and it would be so much easier for my husband and daughter logistically if I were at our local Army hospital, instead of an hour away at Vanderbilt.