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Yesterday’s doctor visit gave me a good report. My blood pressure was 120/80, and there was no protein in the urine. All meant my PIH (Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension, preeclampsia, also called toxemia) had improved!

During the past one week, I drank plenty of water (at least 6 cups a day), cut down my sodium consumption, and took rest as much as possible.

I talked to baby, informing the situation and asked her to cooperate with me.

I told her I didn’t want to have PIH (Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension, preeclampsia, also called toxemia), since I didn’t want her to come out prematurely. I told her I would do my best to treat PIH carefully and seriously to keep her in my tummy as long as I could. I wanted her to eat and rest as much as she could and grow healthily and happily inside.

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I was quite confident that she could get what I was talking and understood my wishes. I felt there was already a spirit in her little body. A lot times I could sense and understand her needs and emotions when she moved. Before she is born, I already felt a connection and bond between us.

This is a head-start of the long-term parent-child relationship.

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