Unexpectedly Good News

After all these weeks of suffering and misery, I have some good news.

The bloodwork continues to decline slightly, the protein in the urine continues to rise slightly, but overall the system continues to be mostly stable.

As a result, I can move to taking the blood pressure meds only at night, avoiding the unpleasant zombie-like state I’ve been living with for the past month. And more importantly, I can skip the ongoing 24 hour urine collections unless the quick urine tests they do every week start to look much worse.

And as usual, the ultrasound indicates that the baby is still fine.

The specialist upgraded his estimate for the baby’s delivery from next week to three weeks from now, when the baby is considered full term.

Basically, this could not be better.

 

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