how premature?.....length of stay in the hosptal...update?

Jessica - posted on 11/21/2008 ( 313 moms have responded )

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How long did your preemie have to stay in the hospital before being released? Are hey happy and healthy now>

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Patricia - posted on 01/27/2009

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My son was born at 32 weeks and he spent 7 days in the hospital. And now he has gone from 5 pounds 1 once to over 100 pounds in 6 short years! So yeah he is pretty happy and healthy. Oh and he is almost as tall as I am

Belinda - posted on 01/27/2009

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my daughter was born at 26 weeks and 1 day. she weighed 700grams at her smallest (898g at birth). she had so many problems - in fact most of them. IVH, ROP, BPD, RDS, PDA. She suffered a couple of infections, went septic and was being watched for NEC. She had three blood transfusions at 3 weeks old, came off the ventilator at 5 weeks and never looked back. she was on oxygen at home for almost 10 months. natalie didn't come home from the hospital until her due date. all this happened in 1997. the residual problems we have experienced with her is she wears glasses, gets really sick easily, she is a bit scatterbrained sometimes and the diagnosed her with ADD when she was in grade 1.(she is not hyper active though just lacks concentration). All in all Natalie is abolutely wonderful - the easiest going of my htree kids and very happy. She doesn't have any developmental delay that we can tell and we thank our lucky stars for her everyday!

Kristen - posted on 01/27/2009

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My son was born at 35 weeks on the dot due to ruptures membranes (not sure why my water broke at that time) had him via emergency c-section due to decelling heartrate and he was sitting in my pelvis-breech. He came out with apgar scores both 9s and was sent to regular nursery weighing 4 lbs, 6 oz. While i was in recovery his body temperature and blood sugar droppped and he had to be sent to NICU. He spent 2 1/2 days in NICU to regulate his sugars. I was still in the hospital because i was having problems with high blood pressure (I never had high blood pressure before- i had developed pre-eclampsia after his birth). He almost got sent back to NICU because the one night my nurse was 45 minutes late to do an assessment on him so i could feed him (even though i called her every 10 minutes to let her know). His blood sugars were very low and the nurse had the nerve to yell at me for letting him get that low- i couldn't feed him until the assessment was done! He came home with me after 5 days in the hospital-weighing 4 lbs 3 oz. He is now 5 years old and doing fine. Smart as a whip and ready for Kinderarten next year.

Soktheary - posted on 01/27/2009

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my daughter was born at 32 weeks. my water broke at 30 weeks, and i was in the hospital for 2 weeks before she decided she wanted to come out, during my 2 week stay at the hospital doctors pumped me full of steroids, to help her lung development. she stayed in the NICU for 2 months( i practically lived there, because i was determined to breastfeed and she had no trouble latching on, and my milk came in imediately), she came home on a heart monitor for her sleep apnea. (it drove me crazy with all its beeping)she is 10 months and 3 weeks now, and is develping at a "normal" rate, she's hit all the milestones a 10 month old should have, and i have not experienced any delays in her feeding, mental or physical developments, if anything, shes actually freakishly strong, and fast...maybe it was the steriods?

Rosalie - posted on 01/27/2009

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My oldest daughter was also a preemie. I had her at 30weeks. She stayed in the NICU for 4 weeks. She's 9 now and doing great. She's still small for her age, her 5 year old sister is catching up to her in height and size.

Victoria - posted on 01/27/2009

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I had twin boys who were born at 29 weeks 6 days and weighed in at 2lbs 9.3 oz and 3 lbs 2 oz. Twin #1 Christopher stayed in the hospital for 2 months and Twin #2 Alex was there for 62 days (2mths 2 days) They are now both happy and healthy and will be 5 in August. Very touch and go for a while with Alex. Had many issues while in the hospital, Bradycardic episodes (heart rate drop into the 60's) He also got sepsis. and had to be on vapotherm almost until he came home. Christopher had feeding issues that thankfully just turned out to be an allergy to milk. The twins were in seperate hospitals due to Alex needing more specialized care. They both had to have blood transfusions and numerous chest x-rays. They were tiny little beings struggling for every breath. But now looking at them you would never know they were preemies. They both weigh about 40 lbs now and are VERY active little boys!!

User - posted on 01/27/2009

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My son was born 9 weeks premature and we spent together about a year and a half in hospital with a couple of days here and there at home.  He seemed to catch any bug going at the time and eventually ended up with necrotising entrocolitis which involved three life threatening operations.  However the angels (the surgeons/anaethetists really were angels) watched over him and I am happy to say that at 8 years old tomorrow he is a perfect bundle of joy :)  He was a little slower to walk and talk and we are now a little behind with the reading and writing but healthwise (touch wood) he is fine and EXTREMELY energetic lol :D

Jaime - posted on 01/26/2009

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our first preemie was born at 24 weeks and weighed 1lb and 6 oz at birth she was 12 inches in length and spent 248 days in the hospital 155 of those days were on the ventilator.  our second preemie was born at 31 weeks and he weighed 3 lbs and 9 oz at birth he spent two months in the nicu.  only a few days were spent on the vent though.  we got luckier the second time around because we were at the nicu that my daughters life was saved at.  i am in totally debt to the doctors and nurses and specalist that work there they have saved two of my children, and one of them shouldnt even be here.  now my daugher is 3 and my son just turned three months.

Keri - posted on 01/26/2009

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My son was born at 34 weeks 6 days weighing in at 4 pounds, 3.6 ounces. He was 16 and 3/4 inches long. He is now a couple of days over 19 months and still very very small for his age. We have been in the hospital for RSV (every preemie mom's worst nightmare!) and ear tubes for chronic ear infections. Sometimes I feel like I see the pediatrician more than I see my husband! All in all he's doing well. He's a very active little man. He is still in the 5th percentile for height and about the 3rd percentile for weight (actual). He's the light of my life and will probably be an only child...I would be heartbroken if I got pregnant and had another preemie.

Lacey - posted on 01/26/2009

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My little man was 2 months early and stayed in the Hospital for 18 days. He is super tough and doing great.

Melissa - posted on 01/26/2009

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My son was born 12 wks. prematurely, putting him at 28 wks. He was in the hospital for 84 days. He is now 15 1/2 and studying to get his driving permit! He was really a miracle. Thank God.

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My twins were born at 26 weeks. Weighed 2 pounds each. In the hospital for 9 weeks. We had typical complications, some scares and many precautions. Today they are very healthy and active. One has some delays due to a pulmonary hemmorage and he nearly died when he was 2 days old. They are 10 now and rarely sick with anything.



Their little brother was born at 36 weeks. Not real preemie, but I had to be on strict bed rest for 9 weeks before he was born. I just couldn't get through 6 months of pregnancy. They could not figure out "why." But they are all large and healthy active boys. I am so thankful.

Tracy - posted on 01/26/2009

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I had my son at 26 weeks. He was in the hospital for just over 3 months. He suffered from many problems with his lungs, heart, kidneys, reflux, just about anything you think of, down to the fact that he couldn't even have a bm with out some type of extra medication. He came home on oxygen and a heart monitor on top of everything else.



Now he is 3 years old. Very happy. A couple of mild health problems with his lungs and suck that is handled with a nebulizer. However he is still suffering from developemental delays. He was just recently tested through the school system since he has aged out of early intervention to see where he may qualify for services.

Joyce - posted on 01/26/2009

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Hi, my son was born at 28 weeks and his birth weight was 2 pounds and 12 ounces. He stayed in the hospital for 9 and a half months. During that time, he stayed off and on oxygen, and even had to come home with it. Like other preemies, he also caught a few different types of infections, back to back and I was even told at one point that he wasn't going to make it. He has had many surgeries, of which mostly took place within the stomach area. He also was not taking any food by mouth, and so they had place a G-tube in his stomach, of which he still has in to this day. There were countless times that he also had blood transfusions, during the time that he stayed in the hospital. As of today, my son suffers from seizures, and has been diagnosis with different things such as Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Autism, and Hypoglycemic. There are a couple more that I can not think of at this time. We have at least 10 clinic's that we follow up with at my son's hospital, not including his Ot, Pt, and Early Intervention classes. However; I am not only blessed, but happy to say, that with all that my son has been through. He has beat the odds, and just learned how to walk about a week and a half ago. No more braces for him! He will be 3 years old next month. He is also starting to eat a little better by mouth.

Joyce - posted on 01/26/2009

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Hi, my son was born at 28 weeks and his birth weight was 2 pounds and 12 ounces. He stayed in the hospital for 9 and a half months. During that time, he stayed off and on oxygen, and even had to come home with it. Like other preemies, he also caught a few different types of infections, back to back and I was even told at one point that he wasn't going to make it. He has had many surgeries, of which mostly took place within the stomach area. He also was not taking any food by mouth, and so they had place a G-tube in his stomach, of which he still has in to this day. There were countless times that he also had blood transfusions, during the time that he stayed in the hospital. As of today, my son suffers from seizures, and has been diagnosis with different things such as Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Autism, and Hypoglycemic. There are a couple more that I can not think of at this time. We have at least 10 clinic's that we follow up with at my son's hospital, not including his Ot, Pt, and Early Intervention classes. However; I am not only blessed, but happy to say, that with all that my son has been through. He has beat the odds, and just learned how to walk about a week and a half ago. No more braces for him! He will be 3 years old next month. He is also starting to eat a little better by mouth.

Jo - posted on 01/25/2009

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my twins were born at 31 weeks, they weighed 3lb 10 n 4lb 4, they only spent 3 weeks in special care. they are now 6 years old n very healthy, one of  them has struggled with health in the past few years and has had to have a few operations due to walking and hearing problems, but both are still here and very happy.

MzLene - posted on 01/25/2009

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My preemie stayed in the hospital for 1month. He was breast feed and had to be IV feed for a few days. I didnt get to hold him at all for the first week

MzLene - posted on 01/25/2009

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This is really nice I must say. I have a 14yo son who was born a preemie. I was 34weeks.. he was 3lbs9oz. He stayed in the hospital 1month. While we was there he contracted viral menengitis. He is ok now. I didnt have many problems with him when he left the hospital. He did have this situation where he would twitch and tremors in his legs and feet. He is very healthy and smart. He was born in February actual due date was April.

MzLene - posted on 01/25/2009

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This is really nice I must say. I have a 14yo son who was born a preemie. I was 34weeks.. he was 3lbs9oz. He stayed in the hospital 1month. While we was there he contracted viral menengitis. He is ok now. I didnt have many problems with him when he left the hospital. He did have this situation where he would twitch and tremors in his legs and feet. He is very healthy and smart. He was born in February actual due date was April.

Yusra - posted on 01/24/2009

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My twin boys were born @ 29 wks 6 days on October 26, 2008.  Connor weighed 2lbs 12 oz and Brandon weighed 3lbs.  I had a wonderful pregnancy until my water broke @ 29 wks for no apparent reason.



Even though I had received the steroid shots, both boys had RDS and spent time on the ventilator, CPAP and then nasal O2.  They each had a PDA which resolved itself. 



Brandon was in the NICU for 6 wks 4 days and came home weighing 5lbs11oz.  Connor came home after exactly 7 weeks and weighed 5lbs 7 oz. 



Both boys are now 3 months old and doing great.  They have been gaining weight like crazy since they came home and each weigh 10lbs 2 oz.  Connor is still on nasal O2, but should be off of it by the end of the month. 



We feel so blessed to have such happy, healthy boys after all they have been through!

Yusra - posted on 01/24/2009

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My twin boys were born @ 29 wks 6 days on October 26, 2008.  Connor weighed 2lbs 12 oz and Brandon weighed 3lbs.  I had a wonderful pregnancy until my water broke @ 29 wks for no apparent reason.



Even though I had received the steroid shots, both boys had RDS and spent time on the ventilator, CPAP and then nasal O2.  They each had a PDA which resolved itself. 



Brandon was in the NICU for 6 wks 4 days and came home weighing 5lbs11oz.  Connor came home after exactly 7 weeks and weighed 5lbs 7 oz. 



Both boys are now 3 months old and doing great.  They have been gaining weight like crazy since they came home and each weigh 10lbs 2 oz.  Connor is still on nasal O2, but should be off of it by the end of the month. 



We feel so blessed to have such happy, healthy boys after all they have been through!

Ashley - posted on 01/24/2009

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I was 26 wks when I had Braxton. He weighed 15.2 oz, we were in the hospital 3 months, he came home on his actual due date, December 15. We were blessed to have no surgeries during our stay! He's developmentally caught up to kids that were born at the same time as him. He started walking around 14 months old. The only problems we have are eating issues, textures really aren't his thing!

Jennifer - posted on 01/24/2009

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Hi Everyone! Very new here....my twins were 5 1/2 weeks early and stayed in NICU for 12 days before coming home....my daughter is very healthy and very active...my son has had some problems along the way....,minor hip displasure, torticollus, and now a wheat allergy......it hard to deal with one twin the is fine and another that has some minor medical issues...does anyone else have this??

Larissa - posted on 01/24/2009

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My was in the level 2 nursery (its an inbetween option for normal vs. nicu) for 2 weeks. She had a feeding tube inserted through her nose and I had just a terrible experience with it all. I felt as if the drs and nurses didn't tell me anything because I was a young mom. There was a time I went down to find them drawing blood without informing me and another time I had gotten to bring her to a room to spend time with my family we discovered her fingers were purple and there was a diaper wrapped tightly around her arm (we assum from the blood draw that morning) I was pissed and so frustrated. It feels like it was just yesterday even though she just recently turned 5.

Kate - posted on 01/24/2009

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Hi my son and daughter was 4 months prem weighing 1lb 6oz &1lb 8oz they said to us not to expect them home before their due date, unfortunately my daughter passed away at 6 weeks but my son (who when born was the weakest) is now 10 months old and doing fantastic he is on oxygen still occasionally but soon will be off it. We were in hospital 5 and a half months. I lived in the parent rooms and my husband visited every day it is hard but when they come home all the rewards come to you... hang in there...

Jaime - posted on 01/22/2009

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our daughter are first preemie spent 248 days in the nicu and spent 155 of those days on the vent, she was born at 24 weeks, she will be three this feb.



our second preemie was born this year and he was 31 weeks and he spent 2 months in the nicu.  so we have been through it all.  people in the hospital still remeber us and they are so attached to my daughter they call and ask about her.  in fact they were shocked to see us again.

Jade - posted on 01/22/2009

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my son was born at 24.2 weeks and weighed 1lb 8oz! he is now 3 months a week and two days old, weighing 5lbs 8.6oz and still in hospital. he is doing really well and will soon be coming on oxygen, as he has CLD! i consider myself very lucky to still have my special little man, and i couldnt be more proud of him!!!

Samantha - posted on 01/22/2009

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My son was born at 32 wks, weighed 4lbs 2oz  & was 19" long.  He had severe RDS, and was placed on a high frequency jet oscillator for the first 4 days of life.  He stayed in the hospital for 32 days before coming home at a little over 36 weeks GA & 6lbs. Now he is almost 3 yrs old, stands at 36" and weighs 31 lbs.  He his a happy, healthy little boy who loves playing with monster trucks, trains & tools! The only thing that we deal with now is cold induced asthma, but is under control thanks to our specialist.

Tracy - posted on 01/22/2009

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I have 3 daughters 2 of which were born prematurely. The first one was born at 33.5 weeks weighing 5lbs 4 oz and released from hospital a week later. My other daughter was born at 32 weeks weighing 4lbs 14oz and stayed in the hosptial for 2 weeks. They are 2years and 2 months old now and both very healthy

Giovanna - posted on 01/22/2009

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My Daughter was born at 30 weeks and is going to 5 years old in april. she stayed in the NICU for 11 days and weighed 5.5Pounds.We are blessed.

Beth - posted on 01/22/2009

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My twins were born at 28 weeks weighing 2lbs 13ozs and 3lbs. Sadly we lost Jacobe four days later due to complications, but our Lorenza is now a happy healthy almost 4 yr old. She had some delays, mostly physical and we went through ot, pt. had ROP that resolved and a level 2 bleed that also resolved. She's amazing!

My youngest was a 34 weeker at 5lbs 10 ozs and spent two days in NICU just for monitoring. She now has asthma, but otherwise is a very happy toddler!

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My little guy was born at 35 weeks (I developed gestational hypertension at 31 weeks). He was not breathing well when he was born. He was wisked away to a different hospital (a NICU) from where he was delivered and where I had to stay without him by my side. Once he reached the NICU he was inta-bated, given cerfactin to develop his lungs. He was also give dopamine to raise his low blood pressure. He was taken off the ventalator after 27 hours. He stayed in the NICU for 11 days. He grew slowly the first year mostly because he never ate well. He would spit up 7 or 8 times a day for 13 months. He developed normaly mentally. He caught up in size during year 2. He is a wild and crazy 3 year old!

Alissa - posted on 01/22/2009

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My Peanut was 6 weeks early at 4 pounds. I was in a car accident and the seatbelt ruptured my placenta so they did an emergency C-section because she was swallowing blood! She stayed in the NICU for only 11 days because she was such a lil fighter! Even that little, she was pulling all the tubes out of her face and hands! So, I nursed her for a year and she is now 90th percentile on height. She's really tall and healthy, although she does have asthma attacks once in a while. We'll never know if it's because she's a preemie or not, but she's a happy, healthy TERRIBLE almost 3 year old!

Alissa - posted on 01/22/2009

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My Peanut was 6 weeks early at 4 pounds. I was in a car accident and the seatbelt ruptured my placenta so they did an emergency C-section because she was swallowing blood! She stayed in the NICU for only 11 days because she was such a lil fighter! Even that little, she was pulling all the tubes out of her face and hands! So, I nursed her for a year and she is now 90th percentile on height. She's really tall and healthy, although she does have asthma attacks once in a while. We'll never know if it's because she's a preemie or not, but she's a happy, healthy TERRIBLE almost 3 year old!

Lorin - posted on 01/22/2009

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Emilee was born 29 weeks and 3 days, I stayed in the High Risk section of the hospital on medicine to stop the contractions and on total bedrest for 9 days before having her. She stayed in the hospital for 7 1/2 weeks largely just because she didnt have enough energy for a full bottle so the still have to give part of her feedings down the tube and they wouldnt release her like that. She is completely fine now and other then her size and her vision at the moment she seems pretty much like any other baby. She loves to smile (especially when someone gets her and says oww)

Dee - posted on 01/22/2009

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Our daughter was born at 27 weeks. She also had the birth defect EA w/TEF. She was in the hospital for 3 months. Our doctors...surgeons and neo treated her like two people. One that was premature and one that had a birth defect. It was very scary. She had her birth defect repaired but suffered no brain bleeds from being premature. She did have ROP and her head was very misshaped from being on one side. The exciting news is that she is now 5 yrs old her eyes healed themselves even though she got to level 4. We have had little problems from her birth defect. She DOES NOT have asthma or breathing issues and she is in Kindergarden and is considered gifted with an IQ of about 130 (give or take). We are very thankful

Amy - posted on 01/22/2009

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Quoting Jessica:

how premature?.....length of stay in the hosptal...update?

How long did your preemie have to stay in the hospital before being released? Are hey happy and healthy now>



Victoria was 6 weeks early and had to stay in the NICU for 18 days. I ended up not being able to breastfeed her, since I got an infection in my breasts just when she was getting the hang of it, and she refused to go back after that.



 



She's nearly 2 now, and doing great. She is pretty small for her age, in the 40th percentile for height and only the 13th for weight ... but the doctors arent' worried, so I'm not either. She thinks she's a big girl, is starting to really pick up vocabulary and using her imagination, and she is really smart. I don't know how I'm gonna stay ahead of her in a few years! My biggest issue with Victoria now is trying to figure out a way to get her to stop sucking her thumb. Any suggestions?

Nichol - posted on 01/22/2009

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My twins were born at 25 weeks +1 day, and weighed in at 1lb 8oz and 1lb 10oz. My little girl's foot was stuck in the birth canal and was pushing the bag of water out, that started my contractions. Her heart rate kept dipping with each contraction, so they did emergency c section. My little girl stayed in the NICU 98 days, coming home one day after my due date. My little boy came home 8 days later. They both had heart surgeries when they were about a month old. My little boy had necrotizing of his intestine which can be fatal, but it was very slight and it healed itself with the help of a drain tube and lots of antibiotics. They both had laser eye surgery at 2 months old. My son had a double hernia in his groin, but b/c the pediatric surgeon was a jerk, he wouldn't operate and the neonatologists transferred him to another hospital to be corrected. My daughter was just discharged during that time, so it was really hard to be home with her and not be able to get to the hospital to be with him (which was an hour away). Luckily we were able to go be with him the day of his surgery and the day after and he was discharged 2 days later. Today, they just turned 2 a couple weeks ago and they are crazy silly and happy. My son had to do physical therapy all last year to help develop his motor skills, and today his fine motor skills are perfectly normal. He is still walking a little stiffly, but he is improving daily. My daughter's motor skills are perfectly normal, she started walking at 13 1/2 months corrected age. Her expressive skills aren't developing as well, we're seeing a speech therapist, but she has shown remarkable improvement in the 3 months since we've started, her vocabulary has doubled!

Mandy - posted on 01/22/2009

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My twin boys were born at 27 weeks.  They weighed 2 lb. 6 oz. and 2 lb. 7 oz.  We stayed in the nicu for 92 days.  You would never know that they are preemies today.  No healthy problems at all. 

Mandy - posted on 01/22/2009

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My twin boys were born at 27 weeks.  They weighed 2 lb. 6 oz. and 2 lb. 7 oz.  We stayed in the nicu for 92 days.  You would never know that they are preemies today.  No healthy problems at all. 

Orenda - posted on 01/21/2009

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My son Ayden was born at 30 wks due to my severe preeclampsia/HELLP. He weighed 2 lbs 7oz... Blessed to say that he had no major medical problems and was D/C'd from the NICU after 6 weeks with a mild case of Reflux. I believe that he was ready to come when we did.. I thank everyone at Holy Cross Medical Center for taking such AMAZING care of my lil man :) He will be 2 in May- wild and as full of life as any other boy his age...he's my lil miracle!

Lenni - posted on 01/21/2009

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Hi my name is Lenni, My little girl was born at 35wks weighing only 4lbs13oz and I ended up with a csection due to her heart rate droping also when she was born with a dyaphragmatic hernia and was rushed to the U of M for surgery when she was seven days old that was a hard time for me because I also have two other little angels at home that I missed very much. Averi is doing very well now she weighs 11 lbs now at 5months and 4wks after averi was born my husband and I decided that we would not have any more kids because all three of them came early.

Mikie - posted on 01/20/2009

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Hi i had my son when i just turned 19. He was born at 28 weeks. He was 2lbs 5ozs and was in the hospital for 2 1/2 months. while he was in the hospital he had a intestnal infection. he is ok now. After he was home for 2 weeks he had to go back and get a blood transfusion and then he had to have hernia surgery for that he was in the hospital for another 2 weeks because he would not breath on his own after the surgery. now he is a happy little 4 year old With some small speech problums and some eye issus and i thank god everyday for my son. I would not have changed a thing.

Susan - posted on 01/20/2009

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My daughter was born ar 22 weeks. She weighed 1 lbs 3.5 ozs. She stayed in the hospital 82 days. She's 11 now and weighs 91 lbs! Have hope!

Julie - posted on 01/20/2009

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Our twin boys were born at 26 weeks, weighing in at 2#6 oz. and 2#3oz. One of our sons was in the hospital for two months and the other for four months. Mitchell (the smaller one) had NEC and has ocer 50% of his small instestine removed. He also has had two eyes surgeries for retinopothy of prematurity. Max and Mitchell are now 8, and are healthy, happy smart second graders.

Jennifer - posted on 01/20/2009

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My son was born at 25 weeks gestation. he weighed 1 pound 6.25 ounces. He stayed in the hospital almost shy of 4 months. His main struggle was his lungs. He is doing great now- only zantac for a med and a nebulizer for lung infections. We are thankful! jen bush

Jennifer - posted on 01/20/2009

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My son was born at 25 weeks gestation. he weighed 1 pound 6.25 ounces. He stayed in the hospital almost shy of 4 months. His main struggle was his lungs. He is doing great now- only zantac for a med and a nebulizer for lung infections. We are thankful! jen bush

Jennifer - posted on 01/20/2009

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My son was born at 25 weeks gestation. he weighed 1 pound 6.25 ounces. He stayed in the hospital almost shy of 4 months. His main struggle was his lungs. He is doing great now- only zantac for a med and a nebulizer for lung infections. We are thankful! jen bush

Becky - posted on 01/20/2009

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My little bundle was born on 18th Dec at 32 weeks + 4 due to a placental abruption.  We were in for 20 days and he is doing really well at home now.

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