Update for Chanda - Progesterone Shots and Baby

by Chanda
(Colorado)

Amani's 1st bath at hospital

Amani's 1st bath at hospital

I had to have progesterone shots through my first trimester but it was a success and a low glycemic diet. I developed gestational diabetes despite my great efforts but it was managed with one medication before bed.

My OB Dr. Lindsey Gregory at Obstetrix/Pediatrix kept a close eye on me and the baby and took no chances. So here she is Amani. Which means a lot of wishes in Arabic. It fits her! Born 6-05-06.

Editor's note:
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