Planned pregnancy is important to successfully gain the expected outcome. There are many things to consider...
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Planned pregnancy is important to successfully gain the expected outcome. There are many things to consider before conceiving, you can either ask your doctor, or obtain yourself the knowledge of preconception instead. Choose the easiest way by reading the book here: http://thegettingpregnantplan.com/ .View Thread
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I really felt obligated to right this post because last week I went in to my 20 week ultrasound as happy as can be knowing I would find out if the little baby in my belly was a boy or a girl. After my first appointment we found out it was a baby girl and we couldn't be happier. The next appointment which was right after the ultrasound the doc came in and said she noticed a bright spot on the bowel area which could be a sigh of downs and or a few others I can't remember. But anyhow the percentage was only 4% of each of them and that's only if my husband and I are carriers of any of the disorders such as Down syndrome. My doctor offered us to get the genetic testing done which was 800 dollars and no insurance is excepted, so that being said we turned it down and said there's no preventing it so I'll just wait till future ultrasound or just birth. I came out of my ultrasound appointment in tears not knowing what to think or do in this situation especially since I'm a first time mom. I was very worried and one week later I went in for another ultrasound to get some clearer 3D/4D pics of everything and turns out it was either a bad ultrasound pic or the bowel cleared up on its own. So for a week of worrying and literally getting no sleep and crying at the thought of my baby girl having something wrong was super scary and all that was for nothing! My advice to anyone in the same situation is to do what your heart tells you and whatever you feel comfortable with but dot stress yourself out until the doctor tells your forsure.View Thread
I was put on hospital bed rest at 19 weeks due to complications (preterm labor/incompetent cervix) with my twin pregnancy. Luckily, I am stable now and just hit 30 weeks. If you have been put on bed rest or going through a similar situation, read about my experience on my blog: http://broadwaybabies.wordpress.com/View Thread
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Well that's easy too, on the left hand side you see many links one of them is "discussions", click on it and you'll only see the discussions. It's almost like the way you use to look at posts at WebMD.View Thread
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