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    Oh JFB. That sucks. Hope it's a phase.

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    Me too, she has been sleeping poorly...its wonder week time and she is now walking up to 10 steps so big development shift....still sleep and settle is coming to our house again VERY soon....i cant have her waking up every night and going to work too...its too tiring.

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    JFB it can also coincide with starting childcare and changing their routine. I found when I went back to work after Scarlett and she started childcare she woke a lot - it's as if they know they'll see you at night so they wake. It might not be but that's just my experience.

    After 3 kids I stopped noticing wonder weeks as it seemed like they were wonder months or years with mine.

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    Nuchal scan today - Trisomy 21 - 1:10. I am gutted. Tears won't stop. We are cursed.

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    Oh god Alittle I'm so sorry. They are just results though. What are you doing next? I had a good friend who was 1:2 and her baby was fine. There's still a 90% chance everything is ok xx

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    Alittle ....was it the bloods or the scan that increased the risk? Praying its all ok.

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    They are just so doom and gloom about the numbers that it's so hard to hold out hope. They talk like it's the other way around and that we have a 90% chance of a baby with Downs. See Ob on Monday (he had day off today). I'm going to go for a CVS - can't wait another 2 weeks for Amnio. Hope we can find a really good practitioner as I know that's the most important thing with CVS.

    JFB, it was the bloods. Scan was all good - he is an OB that does the scans and Fter we'd finished he said that risk was much better than what would normally be the case for my age, but then when I rang back an hour later for combined results, he was all doom and gloom and said bloods were really bad and he was very sorry.
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    Oh Alittle. Hugs to you.
    It's tough. My SIL had 1:10 chance as well but everything was ok.
    Like Sonya said, it's a 90% chance of all being ok.
    Let us know how you go and keep us up to date with how you are feeling. Xxx

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    Alittle I think if it's bloods there's probably less to worry about. I know heaps of women whose results were fine until bloods were mixed. The blood work can depend on so many issues such as the time of day you have the blood taken, how you slept the night before, what you ate etc.

    I'm not trying to be blind to the risk but the odds are definitely in your favour.

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    Alittle I had my CVS done with Charles at the ultrasound place opposite the women's. he was fantastic and he explained to me that at 39 (when I had Ruby) that my high risk results were actually spot on for my age. So they were pretty normal results. It made me feel much better about it. I was like you I thought it would def be bad news and that I was defective or something. My BT scan was fine and it was just my bloods too that were not so good. Apparently it's better for them to be that way rather than the other. Get it done as soon as you can. The fish results come through in 23 hours. As the girls said. You have MUCH more chance of everything being ok. Xx

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