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    Yay! That's fantastic! Congratulations on your little boy. Little boys are great fun.
    You can now relax a little and enjoy your pregnancy. Thanks for sharing your experience

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissFaery View Post
    Yay! That's fantastic! Congratulations on your little boy. Little boys are great fun.
    You can now relax a little and enjoy your pregnancy. Thanks for sharing your experience
    Thank you

    Just the worry of how the little one is doing after the test. I can't feel him yet as I am only 15 weeks.

    I'll be asking them to check on him when I go in next xxx

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    Aww a boy! Congrats

    I didn't feel my first bub until after 17 weeks - some ladies have anterior placentas so won't feel much at all

    I'm sure he's safe & sound xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummy1986 View Post
    Thanks everyone.

    I got my FSH results. They came back clear and we are having a little boy.

    Still have the full results in just over a week but that has made me feel slightly better.

    Now I'm just worried about the baby. I haven't felt movement yet as I am only 15 weeks so I just want to know he is ok in there
    Congratulations!!! Little boys are the best. I highly suggest you get a Doppler, any time I freaked out (often), I would put the Doppler on and assure myself that bub was still okay. Sometimes I couldn't find the heartbeat (I kind of had an anterior placenta but not exactly) but I could usually at least hear the placenta whooshing away and that was enough to assure me that he was okay because the placenta wouldn't be pulsing if he wasn't.

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    Congrats on your boy! Hope everything comes back perfect

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    I agree get a doppler, I loves using mine to hear bub and stopped me freaking out over every little thing! Best present my hubby could've bought me.

    i felt my first at 18 weeks (anterior placenta)
    felt my second at 16 weeks (posterior placenta) but could feel bubbles and smaller movements from 12 weeks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARTTC View Post
    Hope you're doing okay.

    I decided against the amino in the end & I'm due in 2 weeks, scared about the outcome... The unknown is hard. Waiting for our harmony test results was scary
    Oh best of luck I hope bub is perfect and healthy!

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    Thank you

    Where is the best place to get a Doppler?

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    Hey OP, sounds like we're both kind of two week wait. I had a horrible 19 week scan and had an amnio on Wednesday. I wish I had had it after my NT test came back badly, but I opted for the harmony test instead (I didn't realise the harmony only tests for the usual three syndromes). For me, they're looking for rare and terrible now and an amnio may not even be enough to diagnose it. How are you coping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sally1981 View Post
    Hey OP, sounds like we're both kind of two week wait. I had a horrible 19 week scan and had an amnio on Wednesday. I wish I had had it after my NT test came back badly, but I opted for the harmony test instead (I didn't realise the harmony only tests for the usual three syndromes). For me, they're looking for rare and terrible now and an amnio may not even be enough to diagnose it. How are you coping?
    I'm so sorry to hear. Fingers crossed everything turns out ok.

    It's horrible waiting. I hate it. My FSH results made me feel slightly better but I still want to make sure the full results are ok.

    I have had a few pains here and there after picking up my son yesterday, I called the hospital they told me not to lift anything else and come in tomorrow if I am stressed. I really just want to know baby is ok.

    How are you feeling?


 
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