I won't do bumps, but I'll post my chart up after DS goes to bed. Just a quick post totally unrelated to babies. My son goes to school in the village I grew up in and in all the years I lived there I have never seen what I saw today. DS and I were in the car driving home, going slowly down the hill and there was a cow just walking in the road, moving side to side. It eventually went on the pavement and someone else was phoning the police (DS wanted the toilet, his needs imo were greater than the cows as I didn't want a wet booster seat >.<) I believe the cow is safe now though
Wanted to chime in about FRER- mine never got darker than control either. But my betas were great. One way you can (possibly) get your doc to do a beta is by letting them know you've had an early loss before. OR a sneakier way is to tell them you are having sharp, one-sided pain & you're concerned about ectopic (this legitimately happened to me- turned out to be gas- but they did both a beta and early ultrasound to rule out ectopic).
I got an early ultrasound by acting stupid, I said I didn't really remember when my last period was. (Yea right, I knew exactly when I had a period and ovulated) also I said my cycle lengths vary a lot. She sent me right in for an ultrasound!!!
With my first two pregnancies we lived in Germany where I got an ultrasound EVERY SINGLE APPOINTMENT!!! So once a month, then twice a month, then once a week till birth! So now that Im back in America Im incredibly depressed that my insurance only pays for ONE. ONE!!! I can get more if its medically necessary which I doubt I ever will since Ive had uneventful pregnancies and births in the past I feel getting so many really bonded me to baby before they were even born. What a major bummer for me!! I guess it will keep the gender a surprise a lot easier since I wont have so many chances to see myself or ask
When i get chance Ill upload chart and 'bump' pic but at this point its not really a bump they are in the last few pages of my journal as well if you just want to peek there.
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