They did do a sono on the 27th of december, but all they looked at was babies size, cause I have been meausring ahead. I got a copy of the report on this sono, and it is listed that they looked at my cervix, placenta, Fluid level..etc, and I amn here too tell you, they did NOT!! They meausred the babies head, his tummy, and his leg bone, then they did a wuick heart rate check, and told me everything was fine. I showed DH the repost, and he was like, how can they say they checked all this, when they did not.. He was there too prove they only checked babies size..
I am wondering if there could be something worng with my placenta? I do not understand why I feel like I am going too literally blow up, why my tummy is so tender. with internittent shooting pains.. It is really startinbg too scare me, and I keep getting blown off. I really feel in my heart of hearts that something is NOT right in my tummy area.. And stuggle toounderstand why this is blown off
Do you think I would be out of line too call my OB and ask for a second opinion about my tummy? At first I thought it was baby, but I just am not so sure anymore.. I have been pG 3 other times, and Never ever had had pain or severe bloat like this.. EVER.. It hurts really bad..
I am so confused and scared and have no idea where too turn or how too tackle this.. Any thoughtsplease, would be greatly appreciated..
Also it's the same OB who told you everything was fine who you are planning to call? Sorry maybe I read it wrong but I'd go elsewhere for the second opinion. And soon.
Keep us posted please.
I think it's a warning sign when a medical professional will not take your concerns seriously.
please keep us updated.
"Someone I loved once gave me a box full of darkness. It took me years to understand that this, too, was a gift." -- Mary Oliver
You have hired them to do a job for you, and they are not doing it. Fire them, and find someone who will.
When I was looking for new OB's to interview (last week) I went first to my hospital where I plan to birth at and read their links-that assured me of insurance coverage. There are docs who are more adept at high-risk births, others who focus on endometrial issues, etc. I bet a good web search may help you find the numbers to call.
Hope it's not serious, hon.
Let us know what happens.
A doula who married a cop & became a mama to 3 boys: G 12/22/00, my rainbow baby B 2/2/07 and L 2/10/10 my CBA2V baby, waiting for my little caboose late February 2013 & always remembering my two angels 2006 & 2012.
(I have an anterior placenta, but have never had any pain related to it.)
from outside their office -- a differnt pratce all together --
otherwise you will jsut get a rubber stamp.