First appt/ultrasound tomorrow (10-12 weeks), nervous
Tomorrow is my first ever appointment. I believe I am 10-12 weeks but my MC in November (9 weeks, arrested pregnancy after 2 heartbeat ultrasounds) messed up my cycles so I do not know my dates very well.
This has been my easiest pregnancy so far - not a single drop of blood (bled a little with my healthy boy and heavily/daily for a month with my MC). Hardly any symptoms. No nausea. No insomnia. Nothing. I know KNOW in my mind that symptoms don't really matter - but my MC never really had them either and my son, the symptoms were raging.
Ugh... will update in the morning. Pissing myself. I'm impressed I made it this far without a single appointment - the last one was 2-3x a week.
She could not find the HB with a doppler (but said that was typical) but didn't do an US - I have to call today and hopefully get one or the next few days... Oh well another waiting game! Almost 11 weeks without an ultrasound, def. a change from my last pregnancy where I had one 2x a week!
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