"Cramping at 9 weeks is very normal. I had all kinds of cramping and it scared the crap out of me. As long as your are not bleeding or having severe pain (like can't move or stand), you are fine. I am currently 22 weeks and have had 2 mis..."
"Do not trust the intelligender test. My good friend took it at 16 weeks and it told her she was having a girl. She got herself excited for a girl until she was 20 weeks and had her growth scan ultrasound and it confirmed it was a boy.
"I was told at my u/s sound to cough to get the baby to move. They wanted the baby's chin to come off its chest so they could get an accurate measurement of the fold in the back of the babys neck for the sequential screening (testing for ..."
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