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I went yesterday to meet a new OB (who I ended up liking very much). At the end of the consultation I asked her to do a heartbeat check since I hadn't had one in 5 weeks and still haven't felt movement. I've had 2 m/c's and was starting ot get nervous. She couldn't pick up on a heartbeat with the doppler thing so she sent me to have a quick u/s check. I was freaking out (on the inside... I remained cool on the outside) because at 16 wks I thought she should be able to find a heartbeat with no problem.
The u/s showed a healthy baby (thank goodness) and an anterior placenta. I guess that exaplins why I haven't felt any movement and they have trouble getting a heartbeat.
And then the tech moved the wand and looked and said "It's early, but I think it's a girl."
AHHH! We didn't want to know. We wanted this one to be a surprise
She was very nice and very sweet so I didn't say anything about it. DH and I are really disappointed though. I mean, its fine that its a girl, we aren't disappointed about that (I felt strongly like it was a girl anyway). It's just... I knew with the other two kids and this time I was ready for the big moment of annoucement.
Oh well. I guess I should have spoke up sooner. I saw her look between the legs and I hesitated before opening my mouth.
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