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    Default Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move #2

    Very well actually babies are growing as they should now I just need to do the 12 week screening in 3 weeks...and funny enough it's nice to have the same doctor as I had last time it was like I had just come in they knew my name and my history so nice and comforting

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    Quote Originally Posted by FelH View Post
    Thanks everyone! J just wondering if you can help ease my mind? How does a general anesthetic affect an 11 week old fetus? I'm so worried for my little bub
    A general anaesthetic will put the baby to sleep too, but don't forget that the foetus is getting oxygen-rich blood from you, so as long as you are OK (which you will be...the Anaesthetist will make sure your oxygen levels, HR, blood pressure and breathing stay normal from start to end) then baby will be OK too.
    Trust me...the Anaesthetist and Surgeon will be super-vigilant with you!
    J.

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    Good luck for Thurs FelH! It sounds like you have a great ob!

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    Default Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move #2

    I've got another ob appointment today. Can't wait to see my bean again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    A general anaesthetic will put the baby to sleep too, but don't forget that the foetus is getting oxygen-rich blood from you, so as long as you are OK (which you will be...the Anaesthetist will make sure your oxygen levels, HR, blood pressure and breathing stay normal from start to end) then baby will be OK too.
    Trust me...the Anaesthetist and Surgeon will be super-vigilant with you!
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    Thanks J,
    That made me feel heaps better I hope that this is the right decision.
    Ill update everyone tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Smurfy View Post
    I've got another ob appointment today. Can't wait to see my bean again.
    Enjoy your appointment today it's the best feeling seeing bub!

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    Default Re: Graduates of TTC and not wanting to move #2

    Hi all,

    Felh - when I worked at the obs office they had to do cyst removals during pregnancy and everything was always all good. Know you won't relax until its over but I am sure you will be fine and feeling much better once its gone xo

    Glad everyone else is plodding along nicely!

    AFM, its scan day!! 19 weeks today. Still seems so surreal. For once I am actually super excited for a scan rather than super worried. Definitely a nicer feeling. We are hoping to find out what we are having today too. Now just to preoccupy myself until 2pm

    Sent from my GT-I9100T using BubHub

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    Good luck with your scan Mickey

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