He then checked the fluid levels and they looked awesome! Babies are still butting heads at the top of my uterus, right under my ribs. I asked if my cervix had been dilating or effacing at the last appointment on Tuesday and he said, "Not at all!" I am so happy that bedrest is working so well. I asked if that means "I'm off bedrest?" He said "you can do much more activity now, but I'm not saying go walk around the mall!" I laughed and said, "I don't think I would be able to walk around the mall!"
So basically, I am off modified bedrest and it has been switched to restricted activity! YAY! Not really sure how that's going to change, but I will definitely feel more comfortable taking (driving) my dog to the park and letting him play!
I also asked about scheduling a c-section. At the hospital where I'm delivering, I guess there is a waiting list. He said it is not worth scheduling because he doesn't think I would even make 38 weeks (we'll see!). But, I am happy because I am hoping to go into labor naturally, so at least I can experience what labor feels like before my c-section. I know that can change quickly, however, if fluid is low, etc.
My reminders of why I did so well on bedrest and really rested... I can't wait to hold and kiss their little cheeks, fingers and toes!
Baby B Baby A