successful pregnancy is all the proof we need to show that its working. looking forward too my scan. we had an NHS scan on tues, my midwife booked me an extra slightly early one. I got a bit teary seeing pebble move! its so nice having all these extra scans. if slightly expensive! just wondering did anyone Not have a nuchal scan?
cartoon, we didn't have NT done with DS because we wouldn't have had invasive testing (because of the miscarriage risk) or a termination regardless of the result. With DD1, her NT was 11.3mm, so they told us the result because it was so bad and we needed referral to fetal medicine. Then it was done automatically as part of my investigations this time with DD2. I imagine if I ever do it again, I would have NT done as part of the many tests we have to have but it would be for risk stratification and we still wouldn't have invasive testing or a termination in any event.
see we figured, it won't change anything. we would never terminate this baby. plus its not a definite answer is it. u could spend months worrying because u got a high risk and then the babies fine. what will be will be.
Hello ladies. Great new thread! Very tired in the Olives house at the mo, DS2 decided he wanted to feed all night last night and scream his head off if I dared to try and take him off the breast!! The night before we had no sleep as he had that horrible newborn mucous vomiting all night and the night before I was in labour so I am slightly delirious today! Did have 4 hours of sleep this morning as he finally slept after his marathon feeding session! Am hoping milk comes in soon to try and satisfy him! Will post birth story when I have more energy and functioning brain cells - may be 2014! Despite the tiredness we are all elated with our new addition, DS1 is adorable with him, it makes me cry watching them together!
feel silly I've had a bit of a cry cos I can't tell what's what's what. but the more I look the more I can see. Mr s is very quick with his scans hopefully ill get a better look on Wednesday at my NHS scan. thanks for reassuring me.
Today we're mostly conforming to gender stereotypes in the sparkle household! Mrsparks has gone to the tip with a wave of his hand declaring he was "off to do manly stuff" while I'm at home doing the housework! Something I'm actually enjoying more now!!! I assume its the whole nesting thing kicking it!