Sounds like just one sweet pea. But you never know! Are you booked for your first scan at some point? I had a scan at 7 weeks and just one baby. I kept having dreams there were twins or triplets and they just missed them but saw them at my 12 week scan. But nope, still just one baby
I'm officially in the second trimester now but it feels like my bump has gotten smaller! I'm also on daily blood thinning injections which my husband has been doing into my stomach. I seriously thought after all the trouble of conceiving that I'd have it relatively easy in pregnancy. I'm going to be having 3-4 weekly appointments with the high risk OB and scans every 3-4 weeks from 26 weeks. Lots of extra monitoring and tests. It makes me scared to think about having any more babies after this one.
Awebb, it must have been awesome to know whats going on the whole time. I wondered every day if maybe thats O day, on my last cycle no EWCM and i had given up on OPKs, and charting was just not possible. I have no idea when I Od, but based on my prog levels on CD20 I knew I Od later.
Sarah2211 I have one scheduled at 7 weeks also honestly I'm feeling so crampy and having sharp pains in my right side that I'm not feeling very optimistic. Worried they'll see the embryo in my tube or I'll start bleeding before the scan. Not fun! I certainly wish I was an ultrasound tech today
Sweet pea, that's exciting, hopefully you're not too far away from 7 weeks now. That's how I felt, crampy and sharp pains. All along the way I've tried to keep my hopes low but the baby is doing just what it should. I think if it was an ectopic you'd be feeling really sick. Even now I'm a little scared I could lose the baby but I don't want to get a Doppler because I'll freak myself out if I can't hear the baby. I'll be getting scans every 3-4 weeks soon so hopefully that'll put my mind at ease.
So nice to hear I'm not the only one! Thankfully the sharp pains went away and then today I felt them on the other side so I think that's a good sign that it's not ectopic! Sarah I used a doppler for my first from about week 9-14 and I loved it! But it definitely can be tricky to find the heartbeat at first. Unfortunately, we are waiting a bit longer to tell everyone so I won't be able to borrow it from SIL this time. Can I ask why you're having scans so often? Are you high risk?
I want a Doppler this time!
Sarah I'm always high risk too. I have a blood antibody and a blood disorder that makes me anemic. I'll get scans every week until 10 weeks I think. Then every few until 3rd tri I usually have them once a week. It's nice to see baby so often and I know it's scary but relax because you're getting the best care ❤
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