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I've had my morning sickness my whole pregnancy and I'm 34 weeks today ! Normally it gets better in your second trimester or around 6 months is what I've been told . and yes ultrasound is possible I had an ultrasound at 8 weeks
The one I had was in the er or else I don't know if I would have had one . it depends on your doctor . the first one I had that I got pictures from was at 20 weeks to find out the sex .. little punk wouldn't cooperate so I had to wait another month ! The second one I got pictures from I got a 3d picture and it was really exciting !
That's good ! Where I live there's this place called right to life it has parenting classes me and my fiance took it and they give you points for each class and extra points if baby daddy comes . your suppose to be able to get a crib if you earn enough points but they screwed me out of it but now I have a crib he can had the rest of his life !
Hey Im 17 too and 13 weeks tomorrow, Im surprised they wait until you are 20 weeks, I got sent at 12 weeks to make sure thats how far along I was bwcause she said after the first trimester its tricky to age the baby because they all grow at different speeds lol. Ad my neasua just went away this week slowly lol most of the time now its pretty good :) good luck to you amd congrats all of you :)
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