Today went great! The baby measured 6 weeks and 5 days..heartbeat was 133! I saw all the right things in the sac..RE was really pleased said "heartbeat was strong for this early" I am so psyched!! They took blood and will get results tomorrow...maybe now i can relax?? How did the other appointments go?
Congrats on the great news....with that heartbeat maybe a boy????!!! But yes good luck trying to RELAX it's easier said than done. I'm going in next week at 20 weeks and am sure I will be worried LOL. Happy and healhty pregnancy ((Sheila))
Lol - you know as well as the rest of us that we won't relax until that baby is in our arms and we can count every toe and finger - and then we really start worrying so I would imagine - don't listen to Sheila tho - our heartbeat was 180 at nine weeks and she's convinced it's a girl - I'm convinced it's a boy - time will tell - congrats on that wonderful news - I know what a relief it is - keep us posted
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