went to the doctor yesterday. I felt silly because they kept asking me when was the first day of my LMP and im standing there like ahhhh idk My periods have been out of wack so I wasnt really watching or paying attenchion. We all figured my due date as 6/1/13 so I guess we will see if that day sticks once I have my ultasound, but thats not until Nov 13 waaaa . Oh well at least I can say a day for now.
At my doctors appt I was really bumed they didnt do a ultrasound or try to find a heartbeat. They were not even going to check my levels! I told them that I have been nervouse because this pregnancy tho I am not far along im worried about the lack of symptoms. Now I know some of you are like why would you be worried you should be happy you dont feel like your going to barf all day or are so tired you cant get out of bed. Well I had lost a baby before I had my son. With that pregnancy I had no symptoms until I got my positive and then I started to bleed at 11 weeks and lost the baby.With my sons pregnancy I was all of the above for symptoms so I felt good about everything working out. Needless to say I made her take my blood yesterday and again tomorrow to check my levels to make me feel better. I hope this is just suppose to be a smooth pregnancy wouldnt that be nice
I am so suprised that your docs didn't want to do any testing or us at all. Especially taking your past into account. But! Keep a happy heart and a positive mind, everything will be great!
My periods have been so strange since going off the pill in June this summer, I have gone an average of forty days between cycles. So when I see the doc Monday and they ask me for my LMP I'll have to tell them 8/23 but I worry that is going to give me an off DD too. We'll see Excited for you!
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