I am currently 35 weeks pregnant and had an ultrasound done at 34 and half weeks. When the measurements were taken for my baby they measured differently. The abdominal measuremet was at 35 weeks, the femur measurement was at 35 weeks and the head measurements was only at 29 weeks.
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Like the previous poster said....it's medical babble....but having been pregnant 5 times and having had numerous ultrasounds....everything sounds just fine.
1. States that the baby is alive, looks normal and the heart is good.
2. Says the amniotic fluid is at a good level
3. There were no defects found
4. Just notes where the placenta is.
Went to dr today. Better than expected...Had ultrasound...after measurements were done, found out I am further than previously told / expected. I am 10 weeks 3 days (10 days further).
ALSO - 2 Babies!!!
Lost 1 pound this week.
You're 23 weeks pregnant and your doctor did a vaginal ultrasound? No, that isn't too normal. There's no need for a vaginal ultrasound at that point-- it's mostly used in early pregnancy when you can't see the baby abdominally. I would talk to them and see why they did it. Maybe it's standard practice?
nauseau pretty much gone well the vomiting pretty much done and just a little back pains but i got a book of exercises for pregnant women to help me out with the weekbyweekpregnancy pains so we shall see if it works!
What's funner than nausea and fatigue!?!
Also having a cold and not being able to take anything for it!!! I'm sure there's something I could take but I'd rather not risk it right now.
Meeting up with the OBGYN for the first time tomorrow. Looking forward to some good news!
Time to try something different so i dont plateau. Im goin to do turbo jam vids this week along with my bike. measurements i take are not with the traditional body measuring tape. All I have to measure with are the plastic ones for construction which dont curve good. also just adding i guess since my measuring tape isnt accurate it makes my measurements and body fat % not add up. its weird looking when you lose weight but the body fat % goes up.
ok. so this week i am up 2 pounds. i got lucky with my measurements though. they all stayed the same
im just so confused with this cycle. ive never had so much problems before with doing everything right and still gaining weight. its beating me down inside but im trying to keep telling myself everything will work out in the end. i found a really good quote and i feel like, thats what has been keeping me going.
chest - 45.5
waist - 40
hips/bum - 47.5 (down .5 of an inch)
thigh - 29 (down .
I acutally measure only 9w4d so that was disappointing but certainly not the worst. The doctor did another internal ultrasound and said that there were two sacs but one is empty and it looks like a vanishing twin. He told me that it's better this way b/c I am so small and with my already abnormal uterus I would have for sure had early premies. But I'm still sad. I still feel like I've lost something.
Completely normal. Just go by the due date they give you and not bymeasurements. My little guy has measured ahead and behind and so have both of my girls. I always stick to the first due date no matter what!
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