Ok so there are days I feel pregnant, and then there are days like today, when I am not bloated or queasy and I don't feel pregnant? Is that normal? And also I have my first OB appt on the 10th and I don't think they are going to do an u/s..would it be okay to request one? I should be seven weeks by then..they should be able to see our lil bean right?
Thanks ladies . It's just so weird how symptoms change from day to day. I can't seem to remember a lot of my early pregnancy with dd..since I found out when I was 9 weeks along. As for the u/s..I guess I can just ask, but I should be happy to just hear the h/b . I am so excited I just can't wait!!
I just noticed you live in Texas I live in the uk and they don't scan us early but it might be completely different where you are! If you don't ask you don't get good luck x
Yes I will ask and see what they say...I had a m/c in Sept. so just want to be sure..we haven't told many people, and I really wanted to announce with u/s pic of lil one I'm just so excited, nervous, scared, and happy!
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