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3D ultrasound @ 14w and 3d
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abh114 posted:
Heyyyy ladies! I just wanted to let you know how my 3D u/s went @ ultrasona. I was 14w and 3d and like all very curious to see what Id be expecting. At first I wasnt sure it I should do it because I didnt know alot about it. My OB said it was fine and that they are very neat. They are 99.96% right gender money back. It is also nice because they look over the whole body. The spine, the heart rate, legs, feet, arms, ect. and let the OB there look it over to make sure the baby is healthy. If something is wrong they call your OB right there and consult with them. They were very nice and welcoming. The rooms made you feel at home. You even get a bear with the babys heart beat! It was a great experience. By the way im having a girl!
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Thanks for checking in to let us know and how exciting - a little girl!!!!

Post a pic if you would like, we would love to see her!

Any names yet?

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown


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