Thanks girls. Emma did you spot anything during the scan that would indicate baby sex? I know you dont want to know but when we had K scan the sonogropher put the wand on my belly and it was rignt on baby's bits - we couldn't miss them
With the slap cheek virus the risk is mostly anemia which they would treat in utero with a blood transfusion but if its left untreated it can be fatal. Not going to lie, I am quite scared but am trying to think positive that there is a 67% chance he will be fine.
Hope this snow clears away quick as will have to be away early to get through to dundee and thinking maybe if I can get there sharp they can fit me in first.
Think me and Kaiden might make some cakes this avo. I'd rather take K out on his sledge but know I would overdo it and lets face it I struggle getting up and down the stairs so not sure I would manage to pull his sledge!
I think I misheard the doctor as have now read (on a health website) that if mum has the infection that one third of babies will develop the infection too. The risk is greatest before 20 weeks so will just keep telling myself that.
Yikes! There's still way more chance that he'll be fine so I'd just think positively. Especially since you're past 20 weeks. I'll cross my fingers for you!
Nah, we never saw anything to indicate sex. But there was one bit when you could see a side view of baby including its leg, there's a pic of that on my fb. When that was on the screen I was terrified baby would move and flash us lol. I kept averting my eyes lol. We never got any inclination but I still think baby's a girl lol. Lots of Folk are saying boy now though after seeing the pics lol.
Lol, it's got a dainty wee face I think, looks feminine to me, if I had to guess.
My parent both think its the double of Ryan already lol. Not sure I'm seein that though. Just looks like a baby to me lol. Needless today, Ryan's chuffed. He thought the umbilical cord was a willy at one point and said ' is that his tackle? It's massive! Lol!' Idiot!
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