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    HamelMommy2011 posted:
    Hello ladies! I am coming up on being 9 months pregnant and have my first I guess we can say "real" apt on Monday the 11th. With my daughter my first apt was not until about 12 weeks, and of course by then we were infact able to see her in a ultra sound but what is the earliest you can see thebaby without having to get a transvaginal ultrasound. Obviously I am very anxious to see my lo and since ive had some odd issues with this pregnancy I just want confirmation of a heartbeat that everything is ok.
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