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Old Aug 9th, 2018, 16:39 PM   41
Emsabub
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Good luck for your scan tomorrow
Missmarple!

How is the heat where you are cuddle? In the UK (unless youíre here too, I canít remember, sorry ) itís cooled down a decent amount so we arenít constantly sweating. Itís amazing.

Girls I wrote it on another thread but I saw baby kick from the outside last night! I sit & talk to him/her at night when Avaís in bed just for a bit of bonding too, itís lovely



 
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Old Aug 9th, 2018, 20:17 PM   42
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Good luck for your scan tomorrow
Missmarple!

How is the heat where you are cuddle? In the UK (unless youíre here too, I canít remember, sorry ) itís cooled down a decent amount so we arenít constantly sweating. Itís amazing.

Girls I wrote it on another thread but I saw baby kick from the outside last night! I sit & talk to him/her at night when Avaís in bed just for a bit of bonding too, itís lovely
The heat is terrible. I'm in Nevada so we get roasted pretty hard, believe it or not it was 104 today and that's been the coolest so far. I so can't wait for summer to be over. I'm glad it's cooled down where you are, I really really hope it will ease off soon. Doing errands in the morning isn't the easiest just to avoid the heat.

I am so happy you can feel the little one move! I won't likely feel mine for a few more weeks, but from what I've heard since my emergency scan this little one is a runner lol!



 
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Old Aug 9th, 2018, 20:31 PM   43
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Good luck for your scan tomorrow
Missmarple!

How is the heat where you are cuddle? In the UK (unless youíre here too, I canít remember, sorry ) itís cooled down a decent amount so we arenít constantly sweating. Itís amazing.

Girls I wrote it on another thread but I saw baby kick from the outside last night! I sit & talk to him/her at night when Avaís in bed just for a bit of bonding too, itís lovely
The heat is terrible. I'm in Nevada so we get roasted pretty hard, believe it or not it was 104 today and that's been the coolest so far. I so can't wait until for summer to be over. I'm glad it's cooled down where you are, I really really hope it will ease off soon. Doing errands in the morning isn't the easiest just to avoid the heat.

I am so happy you can feel the little one move! I won't likely feel mine for a few more weeks, but from what I've heard since my emergency scan this little one is a runner lol!
Gosh that heat is worse than here! Poor thing.



 
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Old Aug 10th, 2018, 10:41 AM   44
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Hi everyone! It has been almost 100 degrees every day here in Missouri, so I feel like I'm melting. Not as bad as it is for you in Nevada, cuddlebug. It's a humid heat, which is the absolute worst!

I think I felt the baby move the other day, which was amazing, but I haven't felt it since, so maybe it was just gas. Who knows! I can't wait until I can feel baby move consistently.



 
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Old Aug 10th, 2018, 12:10 PM   45
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missmarple- yeah, I look forward to winter a great deal lol! I know it can be cold but it's easier to move around in so long as you're layered.

Jamers- whoo, yeah, humidity sucks and I'm thankful to not have that and the temps we get here. I hope you're doing ok in that humid air, I find I can't breathe in it. Yay for feeling baby move! still waiting for mine to get big and strong enough for me to feel



 
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Old Aug 10th, 2018, 12:30 PM   46
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missmarple- yeah, I look forward to winter a great deal lol! I know it can be cold but it's easier to move around in so long as you're layered.
Like I always say, you can put on a sweater a lot more easily than you can pull your skin off!

I love Spring, Fall, and Winter. Unfortunately, summer is 5 months here.



 
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Old Aug 11th, 2018, 08:59 AM   47
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It's back to being dull and lukewarm here in Ireland.



 
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Old Aug 13th, 2018, 13:28 PM   48
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Summer is over, and it's autumn here. Our summer is regrettably short (the joke is that we have four seasons: winter, June, July, and August). And unfortunately, what summer we had was almost all cold and rainy, which is unusual here in the arctic desert!

I have my 18week appointment on Wednesday. I don't think they're doing a scan yet. Not even sure they'll be doing a scan at all, since I had NIPT.



 
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Old Aug 13th, 2018, 14:54 PM   49
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Summer is over, and it's autumn here. Our summer is regrettably short (the joke is that we have four seasons: winter, June, July, and August). And unfortunately, what summer we had was almost all cold and rainy, which is unusual here in the arctic desert!

I have my 18week appointment on Wednesday. I don't think they're doing a scan yet. Not even sure they'll be doing a scan at all, since I had NIPT.
I think they will do a scan. I already knew it was a girl, and then I had a 15 week scan, so I remarked I probably wouldn't be getting the 18-20 week scan to the ultrasound tech. She looked very serious, and said "oh no, I will NEED to see you to get those measurements."

Speaking of the NIPT tests, I got an "Explanation of Benefits" from my insurance company where they don't cover the tests and I "may owe" $10,000!!!!!!

I did a little online research and it seems that it is commonly rejected the first time, and they file again. If it's rejected again, they send you a bill, you call the testing company, and they charge you something between $0 and $150 to settle. Insurance scam? At any rate, I sure hope something like that is going to happen! I've decided not to worry about it until I see a bill.



 
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I had it done with DS and my insurance did indeed reject the claim. The bill was $8,000, but I called the testing company and they settled for $250. They explained that they do overcharge the insurance companies so that they can afford to settle with the uninsured and rejected patients.

This time, I am "advanced maternal age," so my insurance company is supposed to cover it as a medically necessary test. Go figure.



 
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