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Just venting, need comfort

Ok so I'm 38 & 4.. I've had a membrane sweep last Thursday. . I've been in pain since! I have been having contractions 5-7 mins apart. . I take as much as I can barely then go to l & d. . But because I'm only 2cm apart they send me home,  I've literally been going everyday since Thursday.  Well this morning around 1 I got up to get some water and noticed I was leaking,  looked down it was blood. . Rushed to l & d,  apparently I popped a blood vessel,  contractions were 3-5 min apart,  but because I was only 2cm still,  they stopped the bleeding and sent me home. . I'm a ftm,  I'm in constant pain,  I just want to be induced! I've had a complicated pregnancy from the middle to the end, preterm labor,  getting stitches,  severe scoliosis,  I'm over it..
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9137321 tn?1402710290
Just try to think about the positives things and I know that's hard when your in pain but try to think about how awesome it's going to be when your baby finally comes make sure you have everything ready bag, room everything cleaned and I k of where  your hurting it's hard to even more just try to think of posit things I'm a very high risk pregnancy my husband has to give me a shot everyday and that hurts and burns and I bleed and hours later I bleed sometimes it's a mess but I think about how awesome it will be to finally have a baby I've had 2 miscarriages.
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8475475 tn?1403476630
I'm so sorry this is happening to you!!! I hope your baby comes out soon!!!
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