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    An_218075 posted:
    I was just wondering how far along you should be for your first appointment?
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    An_218076 responded:
    My doctor said 8-10 weeks. I'm going Monday at 10 weeks.
     
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    mommyin2011 responded:
    I didnt go in till i was 10 wks.
    My profile picture is my baby at 10 wks :) good luck!!!
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