The medical team says I am going to be in the hospital until we have Kymani. My water did break but I'm not in labor. So the goal is to keep me and baby comfortable and try to make her stay in as long as possible. She is head down so if she does come, she is in the correct position and she's doing well.
I got the steroids to make sure her lungs are okay. I'm also on antibiotics in case there's an infection. But so far, they haven't found one. We are probably actually more like 29 weeks and a day. So they will do what they can to try to get her to stay in until at least 34 weeks. But because the water is broken, if I go into labor, they have to let it happen.
They have had success keeping babies in for weeks after the water breaks since it does replenish itself. So let's hope that's the case.
They said her vitals are extremely good and she looks really good for a baby that's 29 weeks along.
We are both nervous but trying to stay calm for the baby.
One of the NICU doctors came and talked to us and he says at 29 weeks, they do have a 96% chance of survival.
Keep an eye on the blog for more of Kymani's journeys!