I am. im having a boy. Im due June 4th. At ur first appt you do blood tests and pee in a cup they should give you some sort of an info packet. i had an ultra sound to make sure it was a viable pregnancy because i miscarried in july.
First time 24 weeks now! Baby girl due in July. What a roller coaster this has been. Just one piece of advice...don't let others freak you out! Listen to your body, it'll save you a ton of stress. Congrats ladies!!!!!
Wow!! I love everyones pregnancy stories. I want to Congratulate everyone. I hope everyone have a successful pregnancy and we all can log in after our bundles have arrived. Thanks to all for the congrats. Ive been enjoying every moment.
I am having my first after 2 miscarriages. Both pregnancies never made it more than 5 weeks. I am now 11 weeks as of today an due in Oct. Already had my first app. Got to hear my babys heartbeat an doc said it was a very strong heartbeat of 176 bpm an they see no reason I don't go full term an have a healthy baby!! Me an my husband are very excited!!! An want to say CONGRATS to everyone on here!!!!!!!
Hi im 8/9 wks i found out a fw wks ago after doin a fw tests at home the docs gave me a pack and said the midwife will b in touch. i havent heard anything yet and whilst at the docs they never checked me or gave me any tests. is this normal? I thought someone wd b in touch by now?
Im expecting my first im 31 weeks and cannot wait starting to get very anxious now with such little time left. The nursery is all set her clothes are all washed, folded and put away. She is also head down which makes for an uncomfortable wait to.
This will be me and my husband's first! I'm currently 8 weeks, due Halloween. Trying hard to stick to a healthy diet and some type of exercise, but I've already gained 6lbs! Hopefully it begins to slow down but more focused on having a healthy baby.
Congrats on the baby! I am 12.5 weeks along, had my first prenatal visit at 10 weeks. They took a urine sample, bloodwork, pap smear, pelvic exam, ultrasound, and went over basics. They also took my history and went over the tests that can be done. The first one is always the longest. Good luck and congrats!
Awww is so exiting to hear all this nice stories personally I'm so glad to be out of the ttc forums and finally on the pregnancy one. I will be7 weeks tomorrow and I'm just so anxious because I had a chemical pregnancy back in October and since I was having some cramps had me beyond worried. Now the cramps are gone and can't wait for my second appointment at 10 weeks and my ultrasound at 12 weeks at the end of April. I hope it all goes well for all u ladies and congrats to all. I know it just so exiting for all of us waiting on our first baby!!!
Thanks ladies for your stories...I just enjoy reading them. I have not been back here in 2 weeks. Many blessings to everyone and hope to post after our bundles have arrived. Hope everyone will continue to share their ultrasounds.
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