I had mine at 12 weeks, but was actually 12+5. They measured the fluid in the neck via ultrasound, and I had a blood test. My results came back last week as low risk so nothing further need to be done. If I had been high risk they would have offered taking a sample of the anmeotic fluid via needle which I'd have refused as they're a small risk of miscarriage.
I had my nuchal scan yesterday. Normal results, waiting for blood results. The perineonatologist also told me that he is 98% sure we are having a boy. I am 13 weeks today, so mine was done at 12 weeks 6 days.
That's great news(: I have 2 more weeks til I get a 3d sonogram to know the gender im excited everyone is thinking im having a boy iv had dreams of having a little boy but ill be perfectly happy as long as he/she is healthy
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