I went in for my mid point ultrasound yesterday. The tech first measured the head and it said 16 wks and I was 19 wks yesterday. There is a chance my dd is off. My last period was 2/24, but my periods were 6-7 weeks apart. Some of the measurements she took were 14-15 weeks. I could tell something was not right by her face. She rushed through, could not get all measurements b/c the baby would not cooperate. HB was 154 and the baby moved a little, not alot. It was very hard to see the parts and she did not do a good job pointing out, any of them. I had to stay and see the doctor after. The doctor was concerned and said we had to schedule another ultrasound to determine if amnio may be suggested. She mentioned this could indicate chromosonal abnormalities. Has anyone else had this? Do I have any reason to feel everything will be fine? She would not answer that question. I don't get to go back until tomorrow. My BP is up b/c I am just a basketcase.View Thread
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