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    Congratulations J! So glad to hear Lucy made a safe arrival xx enjoy your cuddles and hope you get your steak real soon

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    Congratulations J on the arrival of your daughter Lucy. A beautiful name. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Sounds like a bit of an ordeal with the epi and delivery. I wish you a speedy recovery. We'd love to see a pic of Lucy too.

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    Congrats J! Can't believe she's here what a big baby and a beautiful name! Enjoy cuddles with ur new little chick xx

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    Welcome Lucy and congrats J! What an eventful labour! Thank you for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChannyV View Post
    MCB when u say u had an easy first tri do u mean coz u had no symptoms?

    So scared of blighted ovum, eek hurry up time
    thats right Channy, I had no symptoms except for the exhaustion but that went at about 6 weeks. I haven't had any food aversions or cramping or bleeding. It's been very straight forward. If I didn't have a bump or hear the heartbeat and every now and again feel the baby move I'd forget I was utd!

    Hope the next 2 weeks flu by and you see a perfect little baby growing exactly where it should be!

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    Question: with the morph scan, is it the same as NT in that they send the results off to your care provider and you only get contacted beforehand if there's a problem?

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    Wow congrats J! Sounds like a bit of a ordeal but glad you and Lucy are fine! Such a big girl already in 000!!

    Rainbow: I have my morph scan at the hospital and 5 days later have an appt with the midwife to discuss results. I'm not doing shared care.

    Yay well done on the great news Waiting!! knew bub would be perfect, hope you can relax and enjoy pregnancy more now!

    So glad everyone seems to be going well!

    FTM vale is just the cutest!! I want to cuddle her so much with her angry face photo!! You and DH did well!! seeing her makes me want my bub even more but still have ages worth of cooking to go!

    Rainbow: I've felt bub move, so has DF and the midwife and I have an anterior placenta too. But definitely no denying it was baby! The midwife was so happy she felt bub move when she was measuring me... Said I have a very active and strong baby on board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    thats right Channy, I had no symptoms except for the exhaustion but that went at about 6 weeks. I haven't had any food aversions or cramping or bleeding. It's been very straight forward. If I didn't have a bump or hear the heartbeat and every now and again feel the baby move I'd forget I was utd!

    Hope the next 2 weeks flu by and you see a perfect little baby growing exactly where it should be!
    Isn't it odd how some women don't get sick I was talking to mum last night and she said all three of her pregnancies she wouldn't have even known she was until the scan had it not been for missed af. Wishing u a hassle free 2nd tri Hun xx

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    You must if you could feel from outside at 12 weeks. I've never heard of anyone being able to feel from the outside that early! I'm sure my boy is just being courteous because he doesn't want to hurt mama haha. He'll move when he's ready.

    I'm not sure if I'm doing shared care anymore either, I'll discuss with my middie on Friday at my antenatal appointment.

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    Rainbow I am sure they will let you know if something is wrong when they get the results sent to them. But don't be surprised if you have to have an extra scan because they have trouble getting the measurements they want. I had to go back at 24w for an extra scan because bub was sitting wrong for heart measurements.


 

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