Congrats!! enjoy and do not read to much some horror stories on internet, you are doing great, eating healthy, drinking water and walking, keep the good job. I delivered my LO at 40 Yrs. o, now he is 4 months now we are thinking in have another one!!! how not to stress out??? well, kind of difficult, I think helped me to live the moment, day by day take care what need to be done and do NOT worry for what is NOT. keep it real!!! I hope that you understand my English lol.View Thread
Thank you so much!!! all was good at the doctor's appointment, sonogram 2 results only drop a litlle fibrom in my uterus, doctor is not concerned. but baby is growing great, and he/she started kicking me... before was like feeling some bubbles, but now is more like a kick!!! we will have a serious conversation in 4 months!!! take care, Ana.View Thread
Cool!!! good for you. Thank you, all is going well with my little one, he/she started moving now, then that give me more reliefs. we chose to do not have an amio, then we did the other test, sonogram and blood and all is good for now seconds results next tuesday the 9. keep me update.... good luck!!! Ana.View Thread
Hello!!! I am 40 yrs. old and 22 weeks pregnant, I have my opinion.. LOL. My own experince and my 2 best friends just got a baby with 441 and 43.... times are different and you are a healthy person all will be good.
I say to do a check with your Doctor and if she /he give you the ok, go for it!!! and enjoy!!!!
I agree, I am 39 y.o and 9 weeks.... all the info sometimes is scary, deep breath and one step at a time, was amazing to see the little heart during the first appt., I will have the second picture on July 9!!! yeah!!!View Thread
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