I went in yesterday (Friday) for an u/s at 9w0d. I was supposed to go in on Monday, but moved it up because I had just a little bit of red blood on Friday morning. Luckily it went away, and the u/s looked great. Baby was even moving around for the first time! We could see the little arms and legs, like a gummi bear. So cute.
My RE released me to my ob/gyn so I'll call them on Monday to set up my next appt -- probably around 11 or 12 weeks. My RE gave us a little graduation present and teared up. It was so sweet. I can't believe I'm going to an ob like a normal pregnant patient.
When we graduated from our RE, they gave us a gift packet with a onesie that said "Another PREG Miracle". We had to ask for another one for our other baby.
I know you were so excited about seeing your baby moving! When you start going to the regular OB, I hope you don't miss your RE as much as I did. They really have more time to spend with each patient at a specialist. I do like my OB's office. They make you see every doctor just in case you have to be delivered by the one on call.
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