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    Hi rainaberdine, thanks for sharing. Yes our specialist told us the exact same thing. I'm so glad we decided to go to a specialist scanning place, we paid more but given our result it's been worth it. They got us in asap for our amnio and have been very supportive.
    We had no markers on our scan either, ob said they'll do another one before the amnio too. I had gestational hypertension with my first pregnancy so am aware of pre eclampsia already anyway. Premature labour scares the heck out of me!! But if baby is healthy I'm not fussed. When I found out I was pregnant I was hell bent on having a vbac. Now I would just do anything for a healthy baby. 13 more days til the amnio!!

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    Hopefully it is all ok and you get to have a Vbac. My first baby was born at 34 weeks, my second was a born by c-section an I have had two vbac, it is a fantastic feeling to be able to have natural births but you are right a healthy baby is all that matters at the end of the day.

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    A vbac would be amazing considering my csection was quite traumatic.
    Will focus on that if/when we get the all clear.
    Have started to feel the baby kick yesterday and today, so in love with this little one. I'm happy and sad at the same time. Just wish this test was over and done with and we had an answer. One day at a time!!

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    Default Good luck!

    Good luck! No markers is generally a good sign so ill keep my fingers crossed for you. Keep taking the aspirin and last I've heard from our scanning specialist (when we went for bub2 scan) was that the latest research indicates actually using a normal level dose of aspirin cut in half and taken that way, ie only take half a tab (possibly at night can't remember that part).

    And my boy came at 32 weeks in an emergency c. My antenatal roommate had her (25 weeker) baby pass away during her vaginal birth. I'll never forget everything that happened and really at the end of the day so long as baby comes out safely I don't care what method is chosen for birth. Good luck it sounds like you're in good hands regarding scans and all

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    We'll see how the scan looks next Thursday before the amnio. Now that i can say it's next week I'm getting super nervous and scared. At first i just wanted it over and done with. Now I'm starting to freak out about the results to be and risk of miscarriage - I'm not ready to say goodbye to my baby should it come to that. 😢😢😢

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    so the amnio is the day after tomorrow and I'm getting extra sad, anxious and scared. I've sort of been in a bit of denial that something may be wrong with my baby. Today I had a little meltdown at work thinking about what the outcome may be (luckily i was alone, thank goodness the lady i work with had an RDO!!). I know i can't change anything now, what will be will be. To get to 16 weeks i can't help but bond with the little one growing inside of me, imagine what he/she will look like, all those sort of things. Especially when i can feel him/her moving around and kicking. I haven't been able to talk to dh about it much, he doesn't want to get attached etc. Alot harder for me, i feel completely in love when i saw the 2 lines on the pregnancy test. So glad ihave found bub hub and all you lovely ladies. I will let you know how everything goes when i get results xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    It'll be fine hun!

    Just think of >99% chance of your baby being perfectly healthy.
    Thanks for the support, not just in this thread but the others. You are a wonderful person!

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    Best of luck xxx

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    Hope it all goes well. I could not go threw with the amino but part of me wishes I could have because of how messed up I was threw out the pregnacy.
    My baby is 5 week old now and we have fully bonded, but she she is a very unsettled baby who cries alot. My husband wonders if she is so unsettled because of how stressed I was in the pregnacy. We have 3 other children together and none of them have cried this much.

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