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    Definitely sounds on track @bowtiesarecool.

    I had my first appt with the Hosp at 10 weeks (the waste of time) and my next one was Today at 16 weeks. Next one will be 23 weeks once they have the results of the anatomy scan (booked for the 10th June - 19 weeks) and then 28 weeks.

    Midwife today said unless you are high risk its fortnightly from then on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bow Ties Are Cool View Post
    Yeah! They said they wouldn't see me before 14wks but didn't think it would be so far away.

    Have checked with my friend who's a nurse and a mum and she says seeing as I've had the other scans I should be fine.
    Yeah I sure you will be fine you don't get another scan until around 20 weeks anyway all they do is go through history blood pressure ect. Maybe have a check up with a gp in that time if you haven't already done so just for those things

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    I have been so busy lately, so many specialists appts it's crazy!!! GD is not an added risk that I wanted! Argh!

    So after cooking dinner have been lying on the couch....and as I haven't felt bubs move all day (and I'm getting worried ) I pushed around a bit as I know his usual spots. Sure enough, 5mins later, he started kicking and moving. Sooo reassuring, sometimes I feel this is too good to be true and I'm scared I'll lose him. He hasn't stopped moving since, it's been over an hour now lol.

    I know I live from each scan to the next, but once you can feel bubs moving, it's better than any scan! But don't get me wrong, I still love the chance to see bubs on a scan! Next one is the 19w scan, and will be 3D so we can't wait!!!!!

    Ladies who are still bleeding, I'm so hoping it will ease off soon. I cannot imagine how worried you guys are, pregnancy is not easy is it??? I always thought, as a teenager, that people fall pregnant as soon as they have s3x, and babies just come out. No one mentioned stretch marks (to which I have now added a few more! Have gained 9kgs), no one mention vomiting and nausea, or bleeding, or ligament tearing or the pains of labour itself! Argh! Oh and the best kept secret - THE PAIN OF BREASTFEEDING!!!! OMG! it's the most hardest and painful thing I have ever done!!!

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    @Frenchy I know! I always just assumed I'd get pregnant straight away, 12 years later and nada, our imaginary kids should be in high school! Then I was looking forward to getting utd so I could have a break from AF but I've never bled this much in my life!
    @emski, my DH travels a lot for work & has missed the last few scans & my obs has let me take some videos with my phone to send to him, so hopefully they'll be ok with it. Not sure if an actual u/s place would be stricter? I'm also not entirely sure that stricter is a word but I'm running with it.

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    How'd you get on today @Littleoneplusone?

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    Hi ladies, well I had my 7 week scan Thursday aft a very stressful 24 hours. I was walking my dogs and I got cramping so bad that I was bent over in pain. I ended up putting it down to super bad constipation pains and was relaxed. Thursday around lunch time I started bleeding . Went to my scan expecting the worse but everything was ok. I did have twins but have lost one which coud be causing the bleeding. Also they found a Hematoma in my uterus which is a blood clot. Now I'm worried about that!!!!! Why can't this journey be easy??

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    I'm so sorry to all that have had bleeds it must be sooo scary! Praying for you all that they stop soon!!

    Afm I saw my dr yesterday and she said that my scan put my due date at the 19 nov instead of the 22 but not to worry cause 3 days either side doesn't really matter. I'm not too worried about the due date but now I'm confused at when to count my weeks from? I guess it's not a big deal but I'm sure you all know what a milestone each new week is!

    Also I got my doppler yesterday and I love it! Only $20 off eBay and it's so cool and reassuring to hear that little heartbeat!!

    Happy weekend to all!

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    @Willowglen i love my doppler also!! I use it all the time @emski i have asked to film U/S but have be told no, i think its up to the tech! @Lashed sorry to hear you have lost a twin but its great news on the other bub!!
    I am using a private OB and i have seen him at 12 weeks and won't see him again until my morphology scan at 20 weeks, i don't have my appointment at the private hospital until the 26th of August, i will be nearly 30 weeks by then!
    Starting to get a real bump! Its always smaller in the mornings IMG_0075.jpg

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    @Lashed you poor thing, hugs for the loss of one of your bubba's I dont know much about haematomas sorry!
    @Willowglen what days did your weeks click over on before? from quick calculations it'll be wednesdays instead of Saturdays.
    @stillfuntrying what a lovely bump! Mine changes sometimes larger in the morning sometimes larger in the evening.

    AFM DH flew back in last night and JJ put on a show, he was moving round like crazy!! DH spent a good 10 mins trying to hear him (just with an ear on my belly) and was deeply disappointed to only hear my stomach! Cant wait for him to be able to share movement with him.


 

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