How long was your premature baby in NICU?

Amanda - posted on 07/05/2009 ( 281 moms have responded )

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I was wondering how long everyone's premature babies were in the NICU. My son was born at 34 weeks and we have been here for 15 days so far. I feel like we should be discharged soon. He was admitted under respiratory distress and has been breathing on his own for over a week now. I'm so ready to take him home. I feel emotionally overwhelmed. Seems like nobody can understand unless they have experienced it. Anyone have babies in the NICU?

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Kirsty - posted on 07/22/2009

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my baby was born at 33 weeks and 5 days and was in NICU for 23 days she was addmited due to respitory distress also and it seemed a long road but be patient and the day will come when they let u take him home. my daughter is now 6 months old and a healty happy baby.

Amy - posted on 07/22/2009

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My daughter was born at 28 week and weighted 2 lb.10 oz. and was in the NICU for 45 days after. She did very well only on the respiratory for 4 hour after she was born. She is she will be 3 in November and no delays. She had reflux the first year. I remember it being stressful bring her home. She slept in a bassinet until she was 8 months old. She was tested for her eyes and fine until she goes to school!!! Every child is different. Milestone don't really apply to preemies, they have there own schedule and still thrive!!! Good luck to every mom!!

Amy - posted on 07/22/2009

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My daughter was born at 28 week and weighted 2 lb.10 oz. and was in the NICU for 45 days after. She did very well only on the respiratory for 4 hour after she was born. She will be 3 in November and no delays. She had reflux the first year. I remember it being stressful bring her home. She slept in a bassinet until she was 8 months old. She was tested for her eyes and fine until she goes to school!!! Every child is different. Milestone don't really apply to preemies, they have there own schedule and still thrive!!! Good luck to every mom!!

Michae - posted on 07/21/2009

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my little girl was born about a month early...she weighed 5lbs 4oz...we spent 2 weeks in NICU and oh what a long 2 weeks that was...she had RDS..and was given 2 doses of surfacten..and was intubated and on 2 different venalators...but with the grace of God she did make a speedy and quick recovery and now by looking at her you would never tell she was a preemie...know that Gods watching over you and your little one and I pray for a speedy recovery! Good Luck!

Alicia - posted on 07/21/2009

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My son was born at 33 weeks 3lbs.10oz. He was born Oct 13, 2006 and didn't come home until like a couple of weeks before xmas. Around my due date which was Dec. 6 he didn't have any respitory problems but he had a very hard time maytaining his body temp. He had to have 2 blood transfusions.

Emma - posted on 07/20/2009

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Hi, my son was born at 24 weeks, we have been there for 16 weeks and still have weeks to go, good luck!!!

Leticia - posted on 07/20/2009

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My daughter was there for 4 months....Each child is different. Take each day one at a time. Read to him, sing to him...tell him about his room....My husband would send me out of the hospital to pick up something for him...I realized it was a chance for me to breathe...it helped for a while. You are right....it's like being on a different world once you step into the NICU... Keep in mind..soon you and your son will be able to go home....My husband still refers to the NICU as Jessica's first apartment..Stay strong..

Lisa - posted on 07/20/2009

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My twins were born at 30 weeks and spent 6 weeks in the NICU. The time they are there all depends on their individual situation. I know it seems like forever, but he will come home soon. Hang in there- it gets easier. My twins are now 14 months old and you would never know that they were preemies. They are still slightly smaller than other kids their age, but developmentally , they are doing great.

Heather - posted on 07/20/2009

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My twins were born at 32 weeks and were there 20 days. They had to reach a certain weight and pass the car seat test. Where they have them in their infant car seat strapped in for an hour and have no apnea episodes.

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Don't worry! My son was born @ 27 weeks 5 days (weight 894 grams) back in 2000; now is in grade 4, happy & healthy! He was in NICU for 4 months, January until May....had several surgeries & blood tranfusions, etc. Was discharged without monitors or meds! It IS overwhelming, but DOES get better....15 days is just a drop in the hat!!!! Good luck!

Sandy - posted on 07/19/2009

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My son was born at 28 weeks, he was in the NICU for two months. He cruised thru it the whole time... He wasn't on the respirator but for one day, then on the cpap for a week.. then just a canula for three weeks. He was such a tiny little fellow. The ppl at the NICU were so wonderful to all us mom's and dad's. I loved the kangaroo time the best though..cause you get to feel your child skin to skin... it was the only thing that really kept me from screaming that I wanted him home.

Brittany - posted on 07/18/2009

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hi there my daughter had the same thing and was born at 35 weeks she spent 22 days there and was breathing on her own for 2 weeks before she went home. i kn ow what your going through just hang in there he'll come home soon

Malena - posted on 07/18/2009

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My son was born at 26wks and weighed 1 lb 12oz and we spent 110 days in the icu. It is very trying and I think because most people have their kids and then take them home and in the nicu it is not a natural setting where you can hold your baby when you want and feed when you want like you would begin doin at home. Hang in their your time will come and know that the lord gives your nurses and doctors the knowledge to know when it is time for you to go home with your son and better to stay one day longer then to go home one day to soon!! God bless you, wour husband and your son!

Lee - posted on 07/18/2009

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My son Kingston was in the NICU for 11 weeks 4 days. He was born at 24 weeks 5 days. He was only on the vent for 15 days, that was after he breathed on his own for 5 days.

Michelle - posted on 07/18/2009

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my daughter was born at 26 weeks. i was told we would be there til her original due date but she responded really well to treatment and we managed to take her home after 8 weeks just. she was breathing on her own for a good few weeks til we were able to take her home. they were constantly monitoring her oxygen levels and she kept having apneas but she finally grew out of these at about 5 weeks.

Cynthia - posted on 07/17/2009

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Hope you're home as I'm reading this. My Madeleine was born at 33 weeks and stayed in hospital for 20 days. She was in NICU for most of those days, the last couple were spent in the pediatric ward. Hope all is well!

Lana - posted on 07/17/2009

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Hi. It is hard having your baby in the NICU, but hang in there. My son was in the NICU for 3 months. He was born at 29 weeks and weighed a little over 3 lbs. I also had a 15 month old at home, so trying to go to the hospital to be with my son was hard. When he did come home, he had to be on a heart monitor for another 2 months. Now he is 10 yrs old and he is the healthiest one of all of us. I have 2 girls also. You need to have a "circle of friends" to just be there to listen and give you lots of hugs. You will have many emotional days, but if you keep yourself healthy and rested you will be able to handle the stress a little more easily. Good luck to you and your family, there will be happier days ahead!.

Anita - posted on 07/17/2009

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My son Francisco was born at 32 weeks. He was in the NICU for about 1 month and prior to that I was in the hospital on bed rest for 1 month. I understand how you are feeling. The thing the NICU nurses told me over and over is we want to make sure your son is 100% ready to go home before he is discharged so he does not have to return. Have faith and your baby will be home soon enough. Good luck to you.

Marlene - posted on 07/17/2009

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My baby was born at 30 weeks 6 days and spent 5 weeks in the NICU. It is very hard not to have your little one at home with you. And when I did bring her home she wore a heart monitor for 6 weeks. It's very tiring. A remember having every phone I own beside me fearing I'd get an emergency phone call when I wasn't there. I also had anguish about not being able to bond with her the way I should. But things are wonderful now and a have a beautiful 13 month old who misses me when I go to work.

Rebekah - posted on 07/17/2009

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Our twin boys were born at 25 weeks, 4 days. They weighed 2lb5oz and 2lb2oz. Twin 2 had PDA surgery at 1 month of age (weighing only 2lb3oz) and then a double hernia operation at 2 months. They were able to come home at 38 weeks (after 86 days in NICU) and weighed 6lb3oz and 5lb7oz on discharge. Hope you're able to get home soon and there are no continuing problems.

Merisha - posted on 07/17/2009

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My son was born 12 weeks early and we spent 85 days in a level 4 NICU. He weighed 1lb 15ozs. He is 3 and is my God given miracle. He is diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia (form of Cerebral Palsy and Short Bowel Syndrome.) I know it seems like forever but they are just trying to make sure he is ready for home life. Remember he is not supposed to be here yet! You definately want him to be completely ready before the trip home that way there are no return trips to the hospital. I was soo ready to go home after our stay but I cried also, because these people had sheltered me and helped ensure the life of my son. They deserve so much credit and support for truly dedicating their lives to our children. I am still great friends with 1 of Maxwell's nurses even though she's 3 hrs from our home. Take their advice, they know what they are doing.

Dana - posted on 07/16/2009

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My son was born at 25 weeks and spent 7 weeks in the hospital. Most people say, "that's all", but for me it was and eternity. But just remember, he wasn't suppose to be here yet, and he has to finish growing enough to come home to you. He'll be home before you know it.

User - posted on 07/16/2009

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My son was in for 2 weeks, born at 32 weeks 4lbs, 3oz. He was just under 5lbs when he went home, and then we had an apnea episode 4 days later and he went back in for another week. Don't rush. I know it's hard but he is safe and they'll let him go home soon. Good luck.

Emma - posted on 07/16/2009

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We spent just over 4 months in SCBU with our eldest boy(now 6), he was born at 25 weeks.

Good luck, hope your home soon.

Kelly - posted on 07/16/2009

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My son was born at 23 weeks 5 days and he was in the NICU for 4 months until his due date.

Paulette - posted on 07/16/2009

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My daughter was born 11 years ago at 30 weeks she stayed in the NICU for 11 and a half months but she was having breathing problems whic was determoned she hd bi-lateral vocalcord paralysis. she eventually had to have a trach but had to be 5 pounds in order to get it...she was born April 25 and recieved her trach on Sept 25. She only weighed 14.4 ounces.

Louise - posted on 07/16/2009

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my son born at 33 weeks, weight 4 lbs 1 oz stayed at the nicu for 3 weeks then discharged. he had a lil jaundice but no other complications.

Maria - posted on 07/16/2009

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my twin daughters were born at 36 wks. twin a was 5lbs 6 ounces and twin b was 4lbs 15 ounces. they were born with low blood platelets and hydrocephleuas(fluid & blood in the brain).. i was tld if their blood count doesnt stay up with my donated platelets that they would die. they were rejecting other donors platelets but thank god they stood up with mine. twin a had to get a VP shunt inserted in her brain so the fluid can drain out.. and those shunts stay in the person forever.. twin b didint need the surgery but she still had the fluid in her brain. they stood in the nicu for about 40 days and it was the worst time in my life!! they had the highest amount of blood in there heads so the doctors said that they were gonna be mentally retarded and have cerebral palsy. but so far they are crawling now and moving so much!! twin a said "MAMA" yesterday!! i dont believe that they will be retarded but they do need therapy for the motor skills and physical dev.so i hope for the best:) they were born on sept 5th 2008 and my birthday is on sept 8.. i had gotten released from the hospital on my birthday without my babies. but everything is good so far!! they will turn one in sept!! dont worry everything will turn out fine for your son and he will be out in no time! :)

Nerida - posted on 07/16/2009

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My heart and understanding goes out to you at this time. My son was born at 31wks and stayed in hospital NICU for 6weeks. Even though he was breathing well on his own it was for his own sake they kept him in. He still ws able to come home 3wks prior to his due date. The hospital staff will want to ensure he is feeding well, preferably bottle or breast before he goes home and he will need to be putting on a healthy weight also. If your baby was in some respiratory distress it is best they keep him in a while till they are confident his breathing is stronger. It is a very emotionally draining time indeed to have your baby in hospital. Take one day at a time. Remember it is a temporary part of your baby's life and will not last forever (tho it may feel like it at the time). The most important thing is for your baby to have time to strengthen and grow a bit before coming home so as to have the best possible chance of progressing and staying healthy once home. Feel free to email me anytime if you wish. Nerida craftykoala1960@yahoo.com

Sarah - posted on 07/16/2009

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my baby girl was born 9 week prem she was in the nicu for 6 1/2 weeks it is overwhelming but i learnt its when the doctors think they are ready

Christine - posted on 07/16/2009

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My son was in for 10 weeks and I was very ready by then to take him home. It was a long time but I would have rathered than take him home too early and have something happen than have him stay in the NICU for as long as he needed to. I just kept saying he will be home at some point.

Julie - posted on 07/16/2009

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until i had my premmie i had NO idea what it meant to a parent to have a baby in a SCBU. my boy was born at 32wks+1 weighing in at 4lb 3oz. he was in nursery 2 (medium dependency) for 1 week, then moved to our local hospital's SCBU 'feeding and growing' nursery where he stayed for another 3 weeks, whilst he grew. there was nothing really 'wrong' or challenging with him - just that he was small and couldn't coordinate his swallowing and breathing initially. i was told this was totally normal and that this ability develops at around 34(?) weeks, from memory. every baby's circumstances are so individual though so you may like to ask these questions to the staff and the consultant. let them know how you feel too. best of luck and wishing you a wonderful homecoming, - that's when i felt like i had really become a mother, and we came together as a family to start our new chapter for good.

Amanda - posted on 07/15/2009

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its hard to be there around all those other sick babies and not know when you will get out and just be a normal family. we were in there for a week with twins, they first were going to send them home different days but when we got there to get one they let us take the other one. it is a stressful experience but it is worth it, the doctors knew what they were doing. when you get home and have that first night alone without all that beeping and people standing around you will feel so much better. hang in there, having a great team of people, like i am sure you do, makes that experience a little easier, it is alright to feel overwhelmed. just imagine having two babies go thru all that. and wait until you do get to go home, you get soooo much paperwork to fill out and get asked so many questions and get told so many things it will boggle your mind. but just remember, you will get thru this, and all the doctor appts after you get to go home! feel free to ask me any questions, i am not expert but i have been there. we have very healthy two year old boys that started out at 4 and 5 lbs. they are now 28 lbs. enjoy your son, they are a blessing.

Claudette - posted on 07/15/2009

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my son was born at 34 weeks, he was born with underdeveloped lungs and I didn't get to see him until the next day. He was in the NICU for 12 days. I understand what you're going through, it's hard to watch your child in that situation. we live an hour away from the hospital, so we drove everyday to sit with him after I was discharged. It was the hardest 12 days of my life, I hated leaving him there. Now he's 6 months old and you'd never know he was born early. So just be strong and best wishes.

Kat - posted on 07/15/2009

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My twin boys were born at 29 weeks and 5 days. Gabriel weighed 2 lbs 10 oz and Lucas weighed 3 lbs 7 oz. Neither one of them could breathe on their own for about a month. Lucas came home after 49 days in the NICU, and Gabriel came home after 60 days, only to have to go right back to the hospital for another week. It's very hard at first, but it will get better.. i promise! The boys are 17 months old now, and you would never know they were preemies. They are happy, healthy, beautiful boys. Good luck with everything, and your son will be home with you before you know it

Shannon - posted on 07/15/2009

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My son was born on June 30th, he was 8 weeks early, has been in the NICU for 2 weeks so far. He also has the intestine problems. He's not digesting his food and is not pooping on his own. He had a lower GI done today which came back negative so they are going to do an upper GI tomorrow. He's eating from a feeding tube in his nose. He can suck but cannot swollow. Also has apnea problems and cannot maintain his temperature in an open room.

Rebecca - posted on 07/15/2009

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My daughter was also born at 34 weeks, she spent 3 weeks in hospital, she was also born with respiritory distress and was on CPAP for 14 hours, and because of all the complications i spent 48 hours in ICU myself and didnt even get to meet my little girl until 11 am the following morning and she was born at 3pm the day before, i know what you mean by no-one else being able to understand unless they have been through it, 3 weeks felt like an eternity, usually they dont let them come home until they reach 2.5kgs but my daughter came home at 1.8kgs, i felt like i was being told 5 different stories a day by all the difernt nurses and doctors, the day before my daughter came home they told me she wouldnt be home for anothe 2-3 weeks and then the following morning i arrived at the hospital late and the nurse said where have you been i have been trying to call you all morning your daughter is getting discharged this afternoon, i got 3 hours notice as great as it was i just felt like i could never get a straight answer from any of them.
Just be persistant in asking them when he can come home, tell them you feel you need to have him home, especially if you feel he is ready and that he is healthy, and dont always trust what the nurses say because most of them dont even have kids and are making decisions based on textbooks.
Some of my friends have kids but their kids all were term babies and some of the things that apply to term babies arnt the same for prems so its harder, and they tell you your baby should be doing this by now and that by now when in reality prems work by their corrected age verses their chronological age, and it makes it harder when you are visiting clinic for all your check ups because most of them dont work with prems so they tell you your babies development isnt on track when it really is for their corrected age. just hang in there he'll be home before you know it

Maria - posted on 07/15/2009

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my son was born at 25 weeks and only weighed 1 pound and 1.5 ounces. he was in the nicu for 12 weeks

Jennifer - posted on 07/15/2009

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My daughter was in the NICU for 16 weeks. She was born at 24w, 3d, longest weeks of our lives, but she is home now and doing great.

Nadia - posted on 07/15/2009

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My son was born in Feb 2008 and he was born at 33 weeks. 4 lbs and 2 ozs. We were in the hospital for 28 days. I know it is hard. I too felt very ovrwhelmed and just wanted to take him home. He didnt have any problems except for the having to gain weight and eat on his own. It all takes time and a lot of patients. I hope you will be able to take your little one home soon. My son is 16 months now and you would never know he was a premiee. Congratulations on your little miracle :)

Jennifer - posted on 07/15/2009

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You should be going home soon provided he can keep his temp up on his own and eat using the suck swallow breathe method. Some preemies struggle with that concept. But my oldest was a preemie born at 34 weeks as well and was released from the NICU 14 days after birth. good luck to you and your family. It is very exausting and stressful when your lo is in the NICU.

DeeDee - posted on 07/15/2009

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My daughter was born at 32 weeks and stayed in the NICU for 5 weeks. It felt like the longest 5 weeks of my life at the time and I thought I would go crazy (especially since I was living at the hospital). However, you will be surprised how strong you can be when it comes to the health of your child. Keep strong and all of this will seem fleeting once you have your precious baby home with you!

Jirka - posted on 07/15/2009

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I know how you feel. Our daughter was born at 33 weeks and she was at the NICU for five weeks. Good luck. I am sure you will have him home soon.

Angela - posted on 07/15/2009

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My son was born at 27 weeks and weighed 1 lb 9 oz. He spent almost three months in the NICU. Luckily for me there was a Ronald Mcdonald House 20 mins. away from the hospital otherwise I don't know how I would have got to see him every day.

User - posted on 07/15/2009

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my baby was born 26 weeks she stayed at the NICU for 12weeks and one day...that was emotionally draining...but she's worth it...she's now a healthy baby and doing well for her adjusted age.

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my son was born at 34 weeks too, he came home after 19 days - he was IUGR, good luck to you guys

Wendy - posted on 04/14/2011

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hi! In 2003, My first born is a boy1lb 11oz (now almost 8 years old), 28 weeker. My baby was in the NICU for 4 months. He was really sick :( He came home at 4lbs! our 2nd child is a girl. born at 32 weeks 2 lbs 13oz stayed 2 months and came home around 4 lbs. Both babies were in the NICU and are healthy as ever now!

Bobbi Jo - posted on 04/14/2011

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My Son Was Born At 25 weeks And 1 day. My Baby Was In The NICU For 5 1/2 Months....

Maijken - posted on 04/08/2011

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I have 2 premature babies- one was born at 33 weeks 6 days (weighed 4 pounds 9 oz) and the other was born at 33 weeks 5 days (weighed 6 pounds 3 oz). they were born 26 days shy of a year apart. I had to have both babies in the NICU 17 days before coming home. one is 5 now and the other is 4.

Jennifer - posted on 08/06/2009

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my oldest daughter was born at 31 weeks in Nov 2004, she was 3lbs 14 oz . My baby was in the NICU for 2 months - she will be 5 this November and you would never know that she was a premature baby. Hang in there, the Dr's know what they are doing and they will send him home when they know he is absolutley ready.

Chrystal - posted on 08/06/2009

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My daughter was born at 27 weeks weighing 2 lbs 10 oz and she stayed in the NICU for 3 months....and being a first time mom of course i was a wreck. But even though these babies get a rough start at life, they are so strong and persevere through it all. And just watching them get through it all while they're hooked up to every tube and wire and monitor imaginable, gives us the strength as parents to be able to be by their incubator every day that they're there even though its the last place in the world you'd ever want to be. They're strength gives us the strength to be the good parents that we are. My heart goes out to you Amanda, and to everyone else who's spent what seemed like an "eternity" with their premature baby in the NICU just waiting and watching and praying.

Amanda - posted on 08/04/2009

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My daughter was born at 30 weeks. She weighed 2lb 14 oz. My baby was in the NICU for 37 days. It is very emotionally overwhelming and it is very hard for people to understand what you are going through. It was a long 37 days but I know that every day in there she was growing stronger. I hope you get to bring him home soon. Best of luck!

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baby number one was there for 14 days

number two was there for 9 days.

it was exhausting both times having a baby in the NICU. I cant imagine being there for over a month like some families are.

Kathleen - posted on 08/01/2009

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my baby was in the nicu a week and two days. it was the hardest time of all. it was hard leaving him there but i was there everyday almost all day. i barley went home to rest. after the last hands on at 8pm i went home and stayed up til after midnight and called to check on him. i didnt recover from my c-section as quickly as most cause i was always on the go. it took a lot longer than 8 weeks i know. i want to say it was nearly 12 or 13 weeks for the insision to completly heal.

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My daughter was born at 33 weeks; 3lbs 1oz + 16in long. My baby was in the NICU for 3 weeks. I was a wreck for those three weeks. Everyone kept trying to comfort me + it just made me feel worse. She's been home for close to 2 weeks now + is growing a ton. We have a nurse that comes out to the house + weighs + measures her every week. She's a month old now + the most precious thing I've ever known.

MIchele - posted on 07/30/2009

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Actually my little guy was born at 26 weeks 1lb 7oz 12inches he was in the NICU for 3 months. we had many ups and downs but with the technology they have today! there is a good chance these premature babies today will make it and live a long happy life! The best of luck with your precious little life!

Taryn - posted on 07/30/2009

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My daughter Emily was born on June 16 2009 at 1lb 15oz. I was 27 weeks pregnant. They tried everything to stop my contractions but Emily was ready to meet the world. She been in the NICU for about 6weeks now. Emily has another 6weeks to go. She had a PDA ligation surgery about 3weeks ago. She also has chronic lung disease and still unable to breathe on her own. I am having a very tough time with everything. It is so hard to watch my child in a isolate for 6 weeks and unable to do anything. I never thought i wasn't able to carry full term. I have some guilt for her being their. It is true, nobody understands until they have a baby in the NICU. Hope your son comes home soon!

Paulette - posted on 07/16/2009

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My daughter was born 11 years ago at 30 weeks she stayed in the NICU for 11 and a half months but she was having breathing problems whic was determoned she hd bi-lateral vocalcord paralysis. she eventually had to have a trach but had to be 5 pounds in order to get it...she was born April 25 and recieved her trach on Sept 25. She only weighed 14.4 ounces.

Mary - posted on 07/05/2009

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My son was born 3 months early and weighed 1lbs and 11oz...he is now 13 years old and is truly my miracle child. My baby boy was in NICU for about 3 months. It seemed like forever, but now you would never know that he was a premature baby, he stands taller than me. My daughter was born 5 weeks early and stayed in the NICU for about 3 weeks. She weighed 3lbs and 15 1/2oz and she is now 9 years old. My prayers are with you, just be strong.

Maria - posted on 07/05/2009

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Both of my babies were in the NICU. My son was born at 34 weeks he spent 6 weeks in the NICU he went home the day before his due date.He is 14 months now and doing well. I know how hard it is having a child in the NICU as I have had two. My daughter who is now 6 years old spent 3 months in the NICU she was born at 27 weeks. These children come into this world fighting and we the parents have to be strong for them and I know sometimes we don't think we are so strong but God never gives us more than we can handle. So be strong and hang in there for your premature babies.

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