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Semalaman aku tak tido menahan sakit. Tepat je pukul 6 pagi, aku dah tak leh tahan, aku call NHS… then, doktor yang jawab tu arrange kan appointment tuk aku kat RSH Hospital kul 9.30am!!! dia suruh aku took paracetamol tuk tahan sakit… Aku yg memang jenis tak amik paracetamol (NOTE: paracetamol will cause heart dysfunctional and can lead to death), terpaksa amik with some meal (of course) but, vomited a few minutes after that.

 

Kak ida skali lagi terpaksa drive kan kereta tuk aku (thanks Maz pinjamkan kereta) ke hospital. Kali ni, doktor check and tekan2 perut aku… pastu doktor cakap, dia tak berapa suka nak bg pain killer sebab aku tengah preggy… Dia suggestkan aku direct pergi ke A&E kat GH..  Sesampai di GH, tiba giliran aku, doktor dah tanya2 itu ini, pastu dia bawa aku ke main operation ward… aku time tu ingat tak leh bawak kawan or family masuk.. dan ingat kejap je… so, aku bg le semua barang2 aku kat kak ida dan kak ida pun tunggu je kat luar… pastu, masuk je dalam tu… nurse asked me to change for hopstial dress.  pastu punya la lama tunggu nurse or doktor.. then datang la sorang nurse ni minta aku baring atas katil tuk amik suhu and blood pressure then injected me with pain killer…tangan kanan aku (kat pelipat tangan atas siku) dicucuk masuk jarum dan tiub khas and it remained there..sakitttt…. pastu aku pun di bawa ke wad satu lagi..pastu, kat situ aku pun menunggu le lagi ngan penuh debaran… pastu datang sorang doktor, namanya aku ingat lagi, DR. Riyadh.. dia tanya aku itu ini, and by the same time, sorang nurse ni amik my blood samples (3 tubes).. sakit wooo… pastu, nurse ni agak careless, sampai memancut2 darah aku kluar dan meleleh kat tangan and spilled on the floor and bed spread.. aku dapat rasakan kepanasan darah yg meleleh kat tangan aku… then, doktor tanya aku lagi and then check kat perut aku…tekan2 sana sini… pastu dia cakap, dia akan rujuk kes aku ke gynecology unit and early pregnancy unit… lepas tu aku kena tunggu lagi, sementara blood samples aku diproses… time menunggu ni, aku rasa sangat nak terkencing…aduhhh….. aku dah le tengah weng sebab baru kena inject ngan pain killer… i thought with the strong dose sebab after a few seconds je, sakit dah kurang…but, i made me dizzy. aku tunggu le mana2 nurse yang lalu tuk aku panggil.. sampai aku dah duduk sebab aku tak leh tahan kalo baring… pastu, ada la ambulance attendance datang, aku cakap le, boleh tak aku nak gi toilet… dia cakap, tunggu jap dia panggilkan nurse..tapi nurse semua busy… pastu aku ckp, tak yah tunggu nurse la sebab aku rasa aku leh jalan gi toilet… pastu pakcik tu pun pimpin aku gi toilet, takut kang aku jatuh tergolek ke kan… lepas kuar toilet, tengok kak ida masuk.. kak ida cakap kalo lambat lagi, dia nak balik rumah dulu…aku cakap le, yg aku tak tau apa doktor nak buat pasni… pastu, ambulance attendances n nurses datang dan suh aku baring atas katil tu.. aku ngan kak ida blur2 la…ni nape tunggu aku depan toilet pastu suh baring lak.. pastu aku diikat atas katil tu (tuk elak aku lari dari wad….hahaha…) actually tuk di bawa atas ambulance…takut kang ada yg tergolek bila ambulance jalan..

 

kak ida tanya kat nurse tu, nak bawak aku gi mana lak nih… nurse cakap, aku perlu ditransfer ke Princess Anne Hospital (hospital sakit puan) yang sebenarnya depan GH je… tapi kali ni, aku minta permission tuk bawak kak ida skali..senang pape jadi, ada org sihat yg temankan aku… AND this is my first time experience naik ambulance as a patient… sebelum ni aku penah naik ambulance, masa study kat tganu dulu, tapi temankan islah yang nak kena pergi GH… hmmm… best gak naik ambulance..tapi, kejap sangat, dalam 5minit je..huhhu… then, aku pun di bawa ke Level H, Bramshaw Ward, Gynecology Unit..

 

Kat sana, aku kena tunggu lagi…tapi dalam 10-15 minit je… (typical situation in the hospital…). pastu, datang la sorang doktor perempuan (tak ingat nama dia). Dia tanya either aku rasa sakit lagi or not.. of course le dah kurang sakit sebab tadi dah inject ngan pain killer… pastu sekali lagi perut aku di tekan2.. (aku pun wonder jugak, kalo dah byk kali perut aku kena tekan, adakah ini penyebab keguguran kandungan aku??? sebab menurut suami kak farah, DR. Muhammad, waktu preggy jangan le dok slalu ‘usik’ perut, dikhuatiri akan menyebabkan keguguran) pastu, doktor cakap, dia perlu buat gynae examination and then she took some swab samples inside my vagina.  Aku mula2 rasa malu, malas nak cite, sesapa yang pernah buat gynae examination, tau le apa nak kena buat kan… lepas abih tu, skali lagi nurse amik blood sample, katanya, nak buat test lagi skali… kali ni cucuk tangan belah kiri lak…adoii…sakit le kena cucuk sana sini… last skali, aku kena bagi urine sample.  lawak je sebab aku mintak air kak ida tuk boleh kan aku cepat2 buang air..

 

pastu, doktor cakap, aku leh balik rumah..so, dalam kul 3pm, baru le kluar spital.. walau bagaimanapun, doktor bagi direct contact number ward tuk aku call, if aku rasa sakit-sakit lagi or bleeding makin teruk… aku ni, bila sampai spital je, terus rasa sihat..tapi, bila balik rumah, sakit pun rancak le datang balik.. lepas kuar spital, fikiran aku becelaru…tambah2 lagi bila doktor cakap ada 2 kemungkinan tuk kes aku ni… 1) threatened miscarriage, 2) ectopic pregnancy… well, both option scared me a lot… buat aku jadi pressure, depress and agak emotional gak le..  my husband keep in texting me all the time since I told him I was bleeding.  tapi, lepas kuar spital, aku nak sangattttttttt dia ada by my side during this hard time. mula-mula dia cakap, tengok la keadaan camna, dia mungkin susah nak dapat cuti  tambah lagi baru lepas cuti. ni dah buat aku makin depress n sedih.. then, aku called my mum.. lagi buat aku sedih dan marah sangat2, bila mak tak nak cakap ngan aku…mak ckp, mak busy nak gi attend open house. bayangkan le perasaan aku.. time tu aku tengah makan kat rumah kak ida, makan bihun sup dengan terketar2.. pastu, all of sudden, my tears burst out..dah tak leh tahan, lama dah aku tahan since start sakit… aku slalu nangis kalau berkaitan keluarga aku je, e.g. suami, mak, abah..  aku pun merajuk ngan mak, aku cakap, mak lebih pentingkan open house kawan mak tu dari anak mak yg sedang sakit ni… terus pastu, aku reject all calls from my mum and didn’t reply any of her text. and it applied to my husband too..huhh…. kira merajuk betul2 la ni…

 

Lepas makan, aku terus gi baring.. aku rasa takmo jumpa ramai org dan layan orang tanya dah ok ke tak.. sebab aku tengah sangat tension dan sedih…pertanyaan camtu buat aku lagi sedih.. aku dok bebaring dalam bilik kak lela sorang2.. pastu, tanpa sedar aku menangis semahu2nya sampai aku tertido.. bila mood aku dah ok sikit, baru aku bangun n gi mandi.. tiba2 aku tengok bleeding lagi, kali ni with clots.. waaaa….. aku nangis lagi time tengah mandi.. tak tau nape aku rasa seolah2 aku dah kehilangan baby aku time tu… bengkak2 dah mata aku nangis… dah kul 7 lebih, baru aku ada mood sikit nak reply my husband’s texts. sian lak aku kat dia, tak patut aku buat camtu kat dia.. tapi, nak wat camna… husband aku cakap, dia dah called his boss and dah terang condition aku, then apply for emergency leaves (about a week camtu, initially).. Aku cakap kat suamiku, kalau dia tak datang by tomorrow, biarlah aku balik n dok rumah sorang2… pastu, tak yah amik tau apa jadi kat aku..huhhhh…. bunyik cam ugutan lak.. Ampunkan ayang wahai suamiku sayang… takde niat pun nak ugut or marah abang, tapi, keadaan masa itu sangat menekanku..

 

Suamiku suh aku call hospital and tanya pasal blood clots tadi. aku sebenarnya malas and dah rasa sangat lemah tuk ulang alik ke spital lagi. tapi, kerana hormatkan suami dan jugak risau, aku call jugak.  as expected, nurse yg jawab call aku tu suh aku datang ke hospital dengan segera. nak tak nak, terpaksa aku skali lagi menyusahkan kak ida and pinjam kereta Maz tuk ke hospital lagi. So sorry kak ida, tau kak ida masih penat sebab baru balik dari US, plus kak ida kena jaga 2 orang yang sakit (aku and kak lela). kali ni, aku bawa le pakaian2 yg wajib2 je, in case kena tahan wad ke kan.. dah sampai wad, seperti biasa, nurse check blood pressure, body temperature, pastu amik blood samples lagi.. then, kena cucuk lagi jarum n tiub kat lengan belah kiri lak (setelah tak berjaya cucuk kat tangan belah kanan (atas jari jemari) aku, siot sakit)… pastu, malam tu, aku di tahan dalam ward supaya senang dibuat pemantauan.  dan ini merupakan kali kedua aku dok dalam wad, kali pertama time kena denggi dulu. Wahhh…wad kat uk jauh berbeza dan baik kualiti keunggulannye… aku rated sebagai 1st class emirates flight cabin je… nak tau nape, why not give it a try…hahaha…. cuma tak bestnye, dok dalam keadaan sakit ler..

 

 

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This was my own experience. While I still in a happy mood of knowing that I am becoming a mummy in a few month later, suddenly I’ve got bleeding in the gloomy Thursday evening (8th October 2009).  Well, actually, I was not in a very good health in that week. Felt weak and sometimes felt a lil bit cramping at my lower stomach. I’ve called my parents, and they said, that was normal in an early pregnancy. That evening, after having such a stressful phone conversation with my youngest sister, I felt something was coming out from my vaginal. Oh my God! What was that? I felt nervous and of course worried to know and I slipped my hand underneath my underwear, AND……. it was some BLOOD!!!

I started panicking but, tried to calm by laying down on the bed. Then, I called my mum (around at 6.30pm). She had already slept and answered my called in her ‘mamai’ condition.

I said, ” Mum, I am bleeding!!! And I am very very scared! What should I do?”

But what made me extremely upset was my mum answer. Do you know what she said?

Mum said,” Hmm… you might have a miscarriage. But, don’t worry, you still can try for another baby next year.”

WHAT??!!!   I was tremendously upset and of course very very sad with her answer. I did not want to hear that kind of answer from my mum. I was expecting to hear something more soothing which could calm me down. It had broken my heart and I cried out. I did not want imagining what may happen to my baby. There had already such a connection between me and my baby, I loved my baby very much and could not imagine my life without him/her.

Suddenly, I felt such a strong feeling in myself and a courage to call my GP. It was going to Out of Hours Service, but it was fine since someone from NHS answered my called and asked me to immediately go to RSH hospital. I called kak ida because I desperately need her help to drive me there. While waiting, I started to feel some pain around my lower tummy. After meeting the doctor, she said nothing she could do and just asked me to bed rest until there was no more bleeding. She also had booked a scan session on next Monday to see the baby condition.

However, after bed resting for a whole day, i was bleeding more on the next day (Friday) night. What really made me more worrying, it bleed together with tummy and lower back cramps. Could you imagine the painful I suffered for about 12 hours!!! I could not even crying anymore because it was sooooooooo painful and sore.

(to be continued… I am hungry now… time for having my lunch…oh, how i missed my hubby… sayang, please come back quickly…I really want to eat something of your cooking dishes… can’t wait of 8 pm… love you darling….)

the feoutus is as big as 1.6cm in week 8Congratulations – your embryo is now called a fetus, which means “offspring”. Your uterus (womb) expands to accommodate its new resident, which now measures approximately 1.6cm.

Many changes take place this week – the embryonic tail is gone, and all organs, muscles, and nerves are beginning to function. The hands now bend at the wrist, and the feet begin to lose their webbed appearance. Eyelids are beginning to cover the eyes and tastebuds start to form on the tongue.

Your pregnancy is changing your figure as well. Your breasts may have grown large enough that you’ll need bigger bras with better support than your old ones. You may notice your waistline expanding as well, forcing you to pack away your favourite jeans until next year.

Check out which nutrients to eat and drink throughout your pregnancy to make sure your baby gets all he needs to help him grow. Now’s a good time to check out your maternity rights so you can plan ahead.

(Something happen to me in week 8 of my pregnancy.  check my post after this..)

Resource: http://www.babycenter.co.uk

the baby is like a grape size in week 7Now about 1cm long, the size of a grape, your baby has distinct, slightly webbed fingers and toes. He’s a jumping bean, moving in fits and starts. The liver is churning out large amounts of red blood cells until the bone marrow forms and takes over this role.

The eighth week marks the beginning of a very busy developmental stage. Between now and 20 weeks, your baby will be growing rapidly, and body parts that formed in the first few weeks of life (such as the heart and brain) will become more specialised and complicated. Tooth buds, palate and tongue are forming, while his ears continue to develop and eyelids are starting to cover his eyes. Your baby’s skin is paper thin, and veins are clearly visible.

You’re in the throes of the first trimester, when many women complain of common pregnancy aches and pains. Keeping food down may be next to impossible, thanks to morning sickness, caused in part by the pregnancy hormones in your body.

You may also need to urinate a lot more often than usual – your growing uterus (womb), where your baby is developing, is pressing on your bladder, and hormones are affecting the balance of fluid in your body. All will diminish as your pregnancy continues.

Exercise is good for you. Check out our fitness section to find out what forms of exercise are safe during pregnancy.

(But, unfortunately, I’ve got a very bad tummy and lower back cramps together with vaginal bleeding. This was very disaster, check my next post to know what happen to my pregnancy…)

Resource: http://www.babycenter.co.uk

the embryo is just as big as lenthil in week 6Your baby is the size of a lentil this week. If you could see inside yourself, you’d find she has an oversized head in proportion to her body. Your baby’s facial features are forming with dark spots where the eyes are, openings where the nostrils will be, and pits to mark the ears.

Protruding buds that will become the arms and legs are even more noticeable now. Your baby’s hands and feet look like paddles. Other developments include the growth of the pituitary gland and muscle fibres. You can’t hear it yet, but the heart (which has divided into the right and left chambers) is beating at about 150 beats a minute – twice the rate of yours.

Halfway through this week, your baby makes her first movements. Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait until some time in the second trimester before you get to enjoy feeling your baby’s exercise sessions.

(oh, my baby is starting to move in this week.. how sweet!!! )

Resource: http://www.babycenter.co.uk

5 weeks pregnancy is as big as poppyseedYou may not look pregnant at this point but your baby’s heart, no bigger than a poppyseed, has already begun to beat and pump blood. The heart is dividing into chambers and will find a more regular rhythm soon. Your baby is about a quarter of a centimetre long and looks more like a tadpole than a human. He undergoes a growth spurt this week.

Major organs, including the kidneys and liver, begin to grow. The neural tube, which connects the brain and spinal cord, will close this week. Your baby’s upper and lower limb buds begin to sprout – these will form your baby’s arms and legs. The intestines are developing and the appendix is in place.

Below the opening that will later form your baby’s mouth, small folds exist where the neck and the lower jaw eventually develop. As early as this week, facial features are forming. Nostrils are becoming distinct and the earliest version of the part of the eyes that is sensitive to light (retinas) are forming.

( I love to know my baby development inside my womb, and thanks to babycenter.co.uk to provide me this useful information..)

Resource: http://www.babycenter.co.uk

4 weeks embryo is just as big as an apple pip

4 weeks embryo is just as big as an apple pip

The ball of cells – now called an embryo – growing inside your uterus (womb) is the size of an apple seed. It’s dividing into three layers that will later form organs and tissues. Low on the sides of the head are two folds of tissue that will become the ears.

The neural tube – from which the brain, backbone and spinal cord, and nerves will sprout – develops in the top layer. The heart and the circulatory system begin to appear in the middle layer. The third layer starts to house the lungs, intestines and beginnings of the urinary system.

Early versions of the placenta and umbilical cord are already at work. The placenta, through microscopic fingers of tissue (chorionic villi) embedded in your uterus, makes nutrients for your baby and eliminates his waste products. The umbilical cord delivers those nutrients, and oxygen, to your baby.

Resource: http://www.babycentre.co.uk