I was able to sneak in for an ultrasound Sunday (my birthday) to hopefully see what we are having. I am 16 1/2 weeks. However, our shy little baby didn't want to give mom a birthday present Knees together, legs crossed, and hands in the way..... Any suggestions on what I can do next time to help the baby move around so we can have a better view next time?View Thread
New here... I'm trying to figure out which due date I should go by. Last week I had my first ultrasound, which I have to say was the coolest thing ever! But anyways... at that time I thought I was at 12 weeks 2 days from the due date my doctor gave me based on my last period (EDD 1/9/13); however, during the ultrasound my baby measured at 13 weeks 4 days which gives me a due date of (12/31/12). Should I stick with the original date of January 9 or go by the ultrasound? My doctor wasn't at the ultrasound and I don't go back until January 27th to ask him.
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