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Old Feb 15th, 2017, 06:32 AM   411
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Glad to hear you're both doing fine despite the niggles!
I'm good, still officially off work with anxiety but go back next week. I think I needed the time off to get myself together and feeling tons better!
I'm looking in to getting a support belt as I've noticed when I'm walking my lower back pain is flaring up and I get a stitch under the right side of my bump very quickly. I didn't have one last time, has anyone used one before?!



 
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Old Feb 18th, 2017, 19:09 PM   412
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I am so sorry Zoie



 
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Glad to hear you ladies are feeling alright for the most part. Congrats on genders and names, it is so fun! We found out a couple weeks ago and I just haven't had much time to be on B'n'B, we are having a little girl and we will be naming her Freya Lee I am extremely excited and DS really wanted a sister so he is thrilled as well.

Boobee I have never used a support belt but it would definitely be worth a try! I have had quite a bit of "stretching" pains lately, I'm sure that's not the right word but mostly when I stretch or move to fast I get quite a bit of muscle pain.



 
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Just had my 20 week midwife appointment to go over my anatomy ultrasound and now I'm worrying. My midwife says it's likely nothing, but they noted a soft marker and an enlarged ureter from the left kidney. They're scheduling me another ultrasound to get a closer look and may suggest meeting with a geneticist. 😕



 
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Old Feb 22nd, 2017, 09:00 AM   415
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Just had my 20 week midwife appointment to go over my anatomy ultrasound and now I'm worrying. My midwife says it's likely nothing, but they noted a soft marker and an enlarged ureter from the left kidney. They're scheduling me another ultrasound to get a closer look and may suggest meeting with a geneticist. ��
Did they say what it could mean? I'm sure everything will be ok, I think they tend to err on the side of caution so hopefully it's nothing too much to worry about x



 
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Old Feb 22nd, 2017, 10:40 AM   416
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Just had my 20 week midwife appointment to go over my anatomy ultrasound and now I'm worrying. My midwife says it's likely nothing, but they noted a soft marker and an enlarged ureter from the left kidney. They're scheduling me another ultrasound to get a closer look and may suggest meeting with a geneticist. ��
Did they say what it could mean? I'm sure everything will be ok, I think they tend to err on the side of caution so hopefully it's nothing too much to worry about x
She didn't say much. The soft marker could mean an extremely small chance of Down Syndrome which would lead to the geneticist.

Then the enlarged ureter could just mean that it's growing a bit faster than the rest of him, or it could be due to a blockage or improper kidney function. If the uterer still looks enlarged on the next ultrasound baby would need his own ultrasound once he's born.
I wasn't told anything else but from looking it up (I know, bad idea) it looks like sometimes it will correct itself or baby may need antibiotics to prevent infection. Worst case scenario some need surgery to correct it.



 
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They noticed that with my little one at 19 weeks and we had another scan 3 weeks later it had gone away. Good luck!



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Old Feb 27th, 2017, 22:09 PM   418
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Hi ladies. I am trying to check in often to see how you all are doing.
For me, there is lots of movements this week. Pelvic pain is taking over my life and making daily tasks quite difficult.
Luckily i work from home so i can do nothing at all on the real bad days.
Hope everyone else is doing well.
Thexfadingpat, im sure your next scan will be perfect. Let us know how it goes though.



 
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Thanks.
I'm really hoping that he outgrows it or that they maybe saw something that isn't actually there. We have to wait until April 19th for the ultrasound though, so it's going to be a long wait.



 
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How are we all doing?! We had our 4D scan at the weekend (27+2) and got some beautiful photos of our baby boy!!!

(Note the photo where he smiles and sticks 2 fingers up at us! Clearly a monkey already)



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