Had my ultrasound tonight and it went great. Normally, children are not allowed in the room & (get this) spouse either except for 20 wk scans. I informed the radiologist that 1. My husband was gone at 20 wk scan and 2. I really wanted my DD to at least see the baby on the screen, even if it was a quick look, then out. So she was super nice and let them both stay for the whole thing
He is weighing in at 3lbs 5 oz, and they did not do a full length measurement, but all his other measurements (head, stomach, etc) were coming in at 29-31 weeks. I am 29w2d so everything is right on track. Cervix looked good and placenta is nice and high.
The tech even printed a nice pic out of the profile for my daughter to have.
Nicole(28)Mike(30) 7yr old DD Diagnosed MFIF June 2011 after 27 months no BC(12 months active trying) BFP: 8/2011 M/C @ 6 weeks 9/2011 BFP: 10/2011 EDD 06/25/2012 It's a BOY!!
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