Hi Lors, nothing much to update i'm afraid! Consultant didn't even check fundal height, sent me down for a scan and told me to come back up afterwards to discuss results, but scanning dept. Were short staffed because of Easter??!! So can't see me till tues and then got to back again weds to discuss results with consultant. Nice waste of an afternoon today, lol. Sorry can't be of any help yet x
Thats awful that they wasted ur time like that! I am not too worried now as I will just waut abd see what they say at hospital next week x
I have had this and at a scan at 28 weeks they noticed the fluid around baby had gone from 16 to 24 so I was sent for a Gd test as my consultant seemed sure it was down to this but the test was negative so at my next scan at 32 weeks the fluid was checked again and it was measured at 26 which meant I was given the polyhydramnios lable and have to go back for another scan at 34 weeks so it can be checked again... Im not sure exactly what it all means but I do know its making me feel huge and I get breathless very easily too x
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