They did an fFN (Fetal Fibronectin) test. This test checks for the fFN protein which basically helps stick the baby to the uterus. So if extremely little to no protein is present then the baby hasn't started 'unsticking' yet. Basically a positive results mean you will deliver within two weeks. And a negative result means you most likely won't - but can still go either way. My results came back negative - so that is good still. After monitoring me for a long time they finally gave me a shot to stop my contractions (I'm never good with all of the names of different medications). The contractions slowed down a lot, but didn't stop, so they gave me another one. I had them before with my first pregnancy and I really don't like them. I naturally have a high pulse and they make my heart race even more, and my body shack. I only feel "okay" if I lay completely still and don't move even the slightest. They actually wanted to give me a third shot but my pulse was too high - around 140bpm. My OB came in the morning and checked me out... since my contractions seemed to have stopped and I didn't dilate anymore so he sent me home. I wasn't out of there until 11am.
So its started already... this is a sign that I can end up on bedrest at any time and we are not ready at all.