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Anatomy scan and update...
mosleyd36 posted:
We went for our 20 week ultrasound today (I'm 19.4 weeks). I was paranoid that he was not a boy still but he still very much ALL BOY! Yay! He looked great. They found nothing concerning and it was so fun to see how much he has grown since 15 weeks!

However, at the very end the found that I have complete placenta previa . Ugh, just our luck this week. I swear, it's been a string of bad news with medical stuff lately. DH had a colonoscopy that found pre-cancerous polyps. Then, he dislocated his ankle and had to have surgery. At his 2 week follow-up yesterday, they discovered he has an impressive blood clot in his leg. Now today, placenta previa. I'm glad it's not something can always be worse.

I'm already seeing a high risk OB for no real good reason until now. He is optimistic that it will move...I still have a lot of growing to do . I will have another ultrasound in 6 weeks to check it. I am on pelvic rest but if I start bleeding, I will be put on bed rest. So far, so good. Hopefully, I will not bleed.
Danielle (29) DH (31) TTC since July '08. Severe MFIF. IVF 1 9/10...BFN. IVF 2 8/11-BFP m/c @ 6 weeks. FET 1 12/11-BFP! EDD 9/1/12!
beckyatmoms responded:
Wow Danielle, that is scary about your DH! He is so young. I am assuming they removed the polyps and everything should be fine??? My DH is 31 also and has always had tons of stomach problems. I am always telling him he needs to go get a colonoscopy but he refuses.

Sounds like you guys have had a rough time lately. Hopefully everything is going to turn around and you guys can start focusing on your little bundle of joy
Becky (35) DH (31) DS (12) DSD (5) MFIF TTC 3 1/2 years
IVF 1 (2/10) BFN
IVF 2 (3/11) BFN
IVF 3 (12/11) BFP....TWINS....EDD 8/23/12...PINK TEAM!
no1phillygirl responded:
Wow I am so glad the scan went well. I am sorry to hear about your dh. I hope all goes well from now on. As for the previa hopefully it will move. Mine did. You are doing great!
Marla(43) DH(33) BFP 10/08 m/c 11/08
ivf1 9/09 BFP m/c 6 wks
ivf2 2/10 BFP trisomy d

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