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Are cat scans not allowed during pregnancy? I had several x-rays when I was pregnant with my son, and they just covered my belly with a lead apron. I hope you are able to make some progress with your ankle before you give birth.

Yay for a good ultrasound! Sorry your sister is giving you a hard time about the name. We used DH's grandfather's name as a middle name for DS. We talked about using it as a first name, but he thought it would be more appropriate for his brother to use it because he is older. After we announced the name, SIL said that she and DH's brother planned to use it if they had a son. I said, "You still can, as a first or middle name. We don't mind." She never brought it up again.
Cat scans are a big no no. They are pretty much full body scans, and you can't wear the lead jacket or apron during those. I already had 4 x-rays on the ankle and leg, but because it's a clean crack, they can't find it that way. I am getting a second opinion, though.

And I tried that with my sister. That wasn't a good enough solution for her, and I just don't give a damn. I tried, but she's just too much negative energy at this moment. She's been the least supportive and I'm done.

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@badwolf092087 I feel ya, girl. Stay away from that negative energy.

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My sister is being whiny and said because she grew up with our grandmother on dad's side, she is the only one "entitled" to use our grandmother's stage (last) name. She's being selfish, and my father is thrilled. Besides, she used that grandmother's first name for her daughter. I never threw a fuss. And to think, she's the older one.


She sounds impossible!
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I had an appointment today at 15 weeks. I'm measuring right on target (15 cm fundal height) and fetal heart rate was 156. So everything is good. It's just too early to be feeling movement yet (even though I did 2 weeks ago).

My ultrasound is booked for July 30, so I have to wait another 5 weeks.

I still don't know who is going to deliver this baby. I tried to get a referral today, but my doctor talked me into waiting/researching my options a little longer.
Sounds like baby is well! Hope you find care that your happy with soon!
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Here's the anatomy photo of Madison waving. Best photo of the bunch from yesterday since she is an active one!
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My next appt is in two weeks I'll be 17 weeks and they will probably give me the paperwork for my ultrasound then. I think they have me do it at 19 weeks?! So that's only 1 month away!!
So soon! How exciting! Do you find out gender?
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Quick check in. Had my 12 week check up today and all is well. Midwife couldn't hear the heartbeat on the Doppler but then checked with sono and there it was, all happy and lively. My uterus is tilted back a little she said so th Doppler couldn't pick up the heartbeat.

Now back to nursing that nasty cold I got over the weekend.
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@apeydef if they have the equipment, they might do an ultrasound then and there! Never hurts to ask!
@LouisaG yay for heartbeat! Hope your cold goes away soon!

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So soon! How exciting! Do you find out gender?
Yes at 19 weeks, so in one month
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@apeydef if they have the equipment, they might do an ultrasound then and there! Never hurts to ask!
@LouisaG yay for heartbeat! Hope your cold goes away soon!
They do but for the anatomy scan they make you wait until 19 weeks and you do it at the hospital. Kind if a pain in the butt!
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I had an appointment today at 15 weeks. I'm measuring right on target (15 cm fundal height) and fetal heart rate was 156. So everything is good. It's just too early to be feeling movement yet (even though I did 2 weeks ago).

My ultrasound is booked for July 30, so I have to wait another 5 weeks.

I still don't know who is going to deliver this baby. I tried to get a referral today, but my doctor talked me into waiting/researching my options a little longer.
I'm 15 weeks today too! I keep forgetting we are the same due date! I also felt movement at 13 weeks and haven't really since. I told my dr. at my last appt, which was at 13 weeks, that I felt flutters and she said it's too early and blew it off. Now I sometimes think I do but I am not sure!

How often do all of you have appts with your OB? I know badwolf you have them more bc of your history, but everyone else is it just monthly for now? I go monthly and then at 7 months I go bi-weekly and then the last month I go every week. I think this is pretty standard, as my first IB with my First two pregnancies did it this way too.
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Yeah, it's every 4 weeks (although it has stretched to 5 on 2 occasions based on my 2 ultrasound appointments, so my next one is after my 20 week u/s). I was wondering when they would become more frequent. He says he doesn't usually refer people to a delivery doctor until 30 weeks, which I think is way too late, but he said, "Why? You still get 7 appointments with that person. It should be enough time to build up a relationship." I'm planning to ask for a referral at 20 weeks, but we'll see. I'm trying to get a recommendation for a naturally minded doctor who does deliveries. Probably a family doctor instead of an OB.
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I'm 15 weeks today too! I keep forgetting we are the same due date! I also felt movement at 13 weeks and haven't really since. I told my dr. at my last appt, which was at 13 weeks, that I felt flutters and she said it's too early and blew it off. Now I sometimes think I do but I am not sure!

How often do all of you have appts with your OB? I know badwolf you have them more bc of your history, but everyone else is it just monthly for now? I go monthly and then at 7 months I go bi-weekly and then the last month I go every week. I think this is pretty standard, as my first IB with my First two pregnancies did it this way too.
We started with the every 3 weeks, then reduced it down to every 2 weeks. Though right now, we are giving me a month of "easy" and I'm not going back until July 23rd since I have to run around to all these different people for my foot. But if I feel the need to, my OB will book an appointment for me same day if necessary. I know my insurance dictates the minimum regular visits for non high risk pregnancies. I believe it's once a month during the first trimester, then it gets reduced to every 3 weeks until week 30, where they determine if it should be every week or every two weeks. Something oddball. They sent me a packet saying if the doctor isn't giving me these minimal appointments to give them a ring.

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They do but for the anatomy scan they make you wait until 19 weeks and you do it at the hospital. Kind if a pain in the butt!
Opps, I completely missed this in your post! Normally my anatomy scans would also be at the hospital, but my practice has a specialty doctor who is at their practice every 5 weeks instead of waiting around for the jerks at the hospital. My doctor dislikes them just as much as we do, so that makes me happy! 19 weeks will be here before you know it.

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AFM today, I'm experiencing that lovely thing called... insomnia!! Between the humidity (even with the AC on high), Madison kicking at my bladder, the dogs not being able to decide if they wanted to be in the bed or in their crate, and hubby doing overnights for a few nights, I didn't sleep! So I started re-reading the Harry Potter series and read the entirety of book one. I'm a kid at heart and I'll never let that go.

As for baby kicks and flutters, if a doctor brushes off that you felt them at 13 weeks, I'd try to find a new doctor. Some just refuse to acknowledge that every woman and pregnancy is different, and some babies become active so much sooner. Sometimes the flutters are gas, but you can differentiate that very quickly.

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There is one Dr. In my office that has a holistic clinic outside of the practice I go to. So I imagine she is naturally minded but I don't go to her. Plus I don't know if in my office she may have to follow certain procedures of the practice if that makes sense. I do see her during pregnancy 1 or two times as towards the end they make you circulate through all the Drs as you don't know which one could deliver.

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@badwolf092087 it's really not that big of a deal to find a new dr. She's had three kids and is younger so maybe she was just surprised. I just didn't like how she disregarded me saying I could feel movement.
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My midwife thinks I'm a good candidate for a VBAC. Y'all, I am TERRIFIED of a vaginal delivery but I know they are better and the healing is quicker. Sigh. I'm still scared though.

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Cat scans are a big no no. They are pretty much full body scans, and you can't wear the lead jacket or apron during those. I already had 4 x-rays on the ankle and leg, but because it's a clean crack, they can't find it that way. I am getting a second opinion, though.
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CT/CAT Scans are actually able to be done while pregnant. While not recommend edit can be done. I am a registered X-ray Tech. To do a CT scan while pregnant a lead apron would be placed under the patient as well as on top of the patient. Then the two would be wrapped together and taped over the patient to completely cover the front and back to block the radiation from the baby. The same is generally done with X-ray.
This comes from experience. We had to do a CT of a pregnant woman's chest of all places. We did exactly as I said above and the radiation did not make it through the lead apron. You can actually see where it stops the radiation.

Good luck on the crack. Hope it heals quickly.
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CT/CAT Scans are actually able to be done while pregnant. While not recommend edit can be done. I am a registered X-ray Tech. To do a CT scan while pregnant a lead apron would be placed under the patient as well as on top of the patient. Then the two would be wrapped together and taped over the patient to completely cover the front and back to block the radiation from the baby. The same is generally done with X-ray.
This comes from experience. We had to do a CT of a pregnant woman's chest of all places. We did exactly as I said above and the radiation did not make it through the lead apron. You can actually see where it stops the radiation.

Good luck on the crack. Hope it heals quickly.
The thing is (and I'm sure this is common practice) that the doctor has to put the order in the CT scan. And in this case, without asking us how we feel, immediately refused to until I give birth. Word for word, he told us that "While your pregnancy is fortunate, it is unfortunate timing and we can't do a thing for you until after your labor." It's annoying and frustrating, but that's why we are attempting to get a second opinion. The only other ortho available in our area who will take our insurance and is separate from the hospital is booked for a bit, so it's a waiting game.

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My midwife thinks I'm a good candidate for a VBAC. Y'all, I am TERRIFIED of a vaginal delivery but I know they are better and the healing is quicker. Sigh. I'm still scared though.
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The thing is (and I'm sure this is common practice) that the doctor has to put the order in the CT scan. And in this case, without asking us how we feel, immediately refused to until I give birth. Word for word, he told us that "While your pregnancy is fortunate, it is unfortunate timing and we can't do a thing for you until after your labor." It's annoying and frustrating, but that's why we are attempting to get a second opinion. The only other ortho available in our area who will take our insurance and is separate from the hospital is booked for a bit, so it's a waiting game.
Hopefully you will be able to be seen about it soon. If not the best thing I could recommend is to stay off it as much as possible. Praying for ya.
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My midwife thinks I'm a good candidate for a VBAC. Y'all, I am TERRIFIED of a vaginal delivery but I know they are better and the healing is quicker. Sigh. I'm still scared though.
Here's the ultimate question. Do you want a vaginal birth? Or would you be more comfortable with a c-section again? Ultimately it's about what you feel most comfortable doing.

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Yes that is important badwolf!! Did my PM go through to you?
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Yes that is important badwolf!! Did my PM go through to you?
No it didn't. :/

But I did see your defense on the Tylenol post. Thank you.

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Sooooo, any guesses? lol

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No it didn't. :/

But I did see your defense on the Tylenol post. Thank you.
Haha that was what my PM was but I don't think it went through. They were aggravating me. Maybe it's the hormones! I felt need to defend you lol
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Yep that's a very obvious boy if I've ever seen one. Congratulations!

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So I got really confused when I tried to move my ticker a couple of days ago, from 17 to 18 weeks. In my head, I knew I needed to just delete an asterisk after the heart, then add one before the heart, then I'd end up with 18. But then I kept seeing a 17 there, and if I moved the heart like I needed to, then it would be two spaces away from the 17, making me 19 weeks. I was so confused for the longest time, trying to figure it out, until I realized that in the previous week, when I'd moved from 16 (a number) to 17 (an asterisk), I retyped "17" in the number slot instead of "16." Oops. Pregnancy brain and manually-updated tickers don't mix! lol

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