Congratulations on the early scans, glad they went well! I saw the midwife last week and will be under a consultant because I'm high risk after having pre-eclampsia last time. Will see the midwife again at 10 weeks, then scan isn't until 12 weeks and I should see the consultant around 12-14 weeks.
Feels a bit more real now. Still no morning sickness though, yay!
I've been feeling some slight flutterings in my lower abdomen. My aunt said that it is probably the baby moving a lot. My midwife also said that its possible to feel slight movement depending on the size of the baby.
I can't wait to feel movement!! I felt it with my first by 18 weeks and my midwife said I will probably feel it this time about 2 weeks sooner.
I'm hoping it's even sooner than that!!! I'm super constipated (TMI!!!) so sometimes I think I feel something but, nope, just my intestines!
I know what you mean about being constipated. I had to increase my fluid intake by triple and I make a point of having, at least, one glass of V8 everyday (in addition to extra fiber pills) to help ease the problem. Watermelon helps too.
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