Hi, just read this thread! Wow!!
Yes it is likely you'll be high risk again. 1. You had this prob in
Last pregnancy and they'll monitor you closely because of that and 2. As your 36+, I think u automatically become high risk.
Best of luck with a stress free pregnancy and congratulations!!!
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31-03-2012 04:44 #21
31-03-2012 05:49 #22
I don't think your past results will be an indicator of your next results. All 3 tests are independant and random. I had test results early last year of 1:2, 1:3 and 1:17. Our little one did not have trisomy 21, trisomy 13, or trisomy 18. He did pass at 17 weeks gestation but they do not know why. I am due to birth our daughter in 3 weeks and her results were 1:11562 1:3220 1:15443. I am 37 years old. Good luck.
31-03-2012 07:50 #23Senior Member
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Hugs I know what it's like..
My dr phone my results to me ( 1:33) I'm 31 and this is my 3rd baby!
In my nt Scan everything looked fine. I had a photo where the sonographer put nasal bone my measurements were nearly the same as yours.
The reason my score was so high was my bloods.. My hcg was almost 3 times the level it should of been.
3 days later I had a CVS done at the rbh in Brisbane. Won't lie it was the most scariest thing but the only thing for me that hurt was the local.
Then the awful 2 day wait for the FISH results to come back with the all clear! I'm still waiting for my full results to come back but the thing that I kept thinking about was that I would know the sex with 100% certainty.
I hope you don't stress to much and sort of enjoy your weekend.. Do something fun and maybe a bit naughty..
Hope everything comes back fine!!
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