Synchro - yes, I am starting to worry too. I hope you are all okay.
Elation - Acid reflux is awful! With DD#1, she always kicked in the same area too - she went head down by 20 weeks and never really flipped much (I think she did a couple of early somersaults but always landed in the same position). Definitely the fibroids could be limiting the space though too. How did the GD test go?
AFM - Had a very frustrating call with the OB today. I am even more stressed now. I can't tell if it is her policy/her practice or the city or health region - but I am not allowed to schedule a c section before 39 weeks. And because there are only certain days of the week for scheduled c's, and because I turn 39 weeks on a Thursday before a long weekend - they are booking me for 2 days before my due date. Odds are very decent of going into labour before then. I explained that we don't have childcare with the pandemic situation, and she laughed. "Don't you have any friends?" (Literally, those were her words.) I explained that sure we do - one is a front line health care worker, one has pre-existing high risk conditions, another lives with three high risk individuals, oh, and the grandparents - the only two family members in town - are nearly 80 and both have pre-existing conditions. So if I go into labour naturally, DH will have to drop me off at the doors of the hospital. No exaggeration. He can't stay throughout a labour - best case scenario, he can get a call if I am like 9cm and rush in. (Which, if my previous labour is any indication, is not likely to happen anyhow - it took me 24 hours of labour to reach 6cm before - it did not progress naturally at all). I am nervous and frustrated, because I feel I am being forced into a VBAC that will likely end in another emergency c section, with longer hospitalization and recovery times. Ugh.
But what can you do... can't fight the medical system (even when two other doctors - my RE and my GP - both agreed a scheduled c was the best choice.)