EXCLUSIVE: Tamra Judge- I’m Prepared To Head To The Hospital

Posted: January 5, 2015 by RealMrHousewife in Baby, Healthy, Housewives
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            Typically at this time of year, Real Housewife of Orange County Tamra Judge would be preparing to film, but she has been dealing with a very personal family issue where she may need to head to the hospital at any moment. What’s going on?             As fans of Tamra may recall, Tamra recently threw a baby shower for daughter-in-law Sarah Vieth who is currently pregnant. Sarah, along with Tamra’s son Ryan, are expecting a baby girl named Ava. However, things have taken a scary turn recently. What’s going on?

“Sarah keeps going into premature labor,” Tamra exclusively tells us. “She is only 34 weeks along in her pregnancy.”

Would baby Ava be okay if she was born now? “She would be,” Tamra tells us. “But if the baby was born now, she would need to stay in the hospital for a while. Sarah keeps having contractions and going to the hospital, and the doctors keep stopping them.”

“They are giving Sarah shots of steroids to help develop the baby’s lungs,” Tamra continued.

Tamra shared a photo of Sarah in the hospital on Sarah’s behalf:


For reference, a baby born at 34 weeks would only weigh about 4 ¾ pounds and don’t always have fully developed nervous systems/lungs. This is why Sarah is getting the shots of steroids. As long as the lungs are developed, baby Ava would be fine.

Tamra wrapped up with telling us, “I am so excited for baby Ava to come, and know that when she arrives it will be the right time. I am continuing to pray for her to just arrive healthy.”

We are too, Tamra, and will be keeping you and Sarah in our thoughts and prayers. We also are wondering if this will be filmed for the upcoming season (Note- when we asked Tamra this, she said she was not allowed to comment on things related to production).

Tamra also recently claimed her forthcoming granddaughter can call her whatever she wants, be it Grandma or Tam-ma!

  1. Jan says:

    I had identical twin grandsons born on Nov. 9th at 29 wks. They weighed 2 lbs. 11 ozs. and 2 lbs. 13 ozs. They are still in the NICU and most likely will be for another couple of weeks. There have been many ups and downs … one time it’s Jaxon and the next time it’s Kasey. So, I know your concerns and fears!! Best of luck to you and your granddaughter.

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  2. Kathy says:

    I had twins also, at 29 weeks, they were 3 lbs 1 0z and 3 lbs 6 ozs and were in hospital 5 weeks, that was in 1990, they are 24 years old now. everything will be ok


  3. Jominique Honey says:

    Ive been there…I had twins 12 weeks 5 days early. One weighed 2 pounds 2 oz the other was 3 pounds 1 oz…they were giving me so many shots and tried to stop the labor but they couldnt. It was hard. They were n the NICU for a while…I got to stay for 2 weeks. One because of my health after the birth and the other because they had rooms…almost like being in a hotel…bed n all…it was tough…my daughter had a brain bleed n had an apnea machine my son was a fighter. Now they r 8 and amazing.


  4. tina says:

    I have twin grand daughter they were delivered 34 wks at 3 lbs 12oz n where in the nicu unit for about a month they r doing great. Sending prayers for a healthy grand daughter n also ur daughter in law is healthy too .

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  5. Shelley says:

    I had my son at 24 weeks 3 days at 2 lbs 2 oz 13 in long. Lots of problems and surgeries and had to stay in the NICU for 4 months, but he is now 4 1/2 and a strong boy. We still have some issues developmentally but for the most part my boy is great!

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  6. kirsten says:

    sarah is a trooper. i have known her for years.

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  7. gail says:

    Both of my children, a son, now 25 and a daughter, now 19, were born at 33 1/2 weeks. It was a scary beginning with my son, whose OB doctor cut his neck during emergency c-section and he required a blood transfusion, and he spent 18 days in NICU. He was slightly cerebral palsy and had PT for six months. My daughter was breech, during emergency c-section, but her apgar scores were six, seven and eight. She was only in NICU for five days. I am pleased to say that my 25 year old son is a college graduate, a homeowner and has an AWESOME job. My daughter is 19 and is attending college to become a pharmacist. All will be well for little Ava…just keep the faith.


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