How did everyone's scan go today?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - First Trimester' started by Katieeeee, Apr 17, 2009.

  1. Katieeeee

    Katieeeee Guest

    To all the lovely ladies who had their scan today, how did it go??

    What a nerve racking experience, even after I heard her say there was a heart beating away, I still couldn't settle down and relax!

    I found it so cute and amazing when I could see him/her waving at me! :happydance: and funny when he/she was being stubborn and wouldn't move when she wanted him to.

    It's weird, I can almost see a face on the picture, and it actually looks like he's smiling?!! And is holding a microphone and singing to me! :rofl:

    Is a posterior placenta normal? If it was a low lying placenta they would have put that on the form wouldn't they?

    Hope it went well for you all :) Hugs xx
  2. Twiglet

    Twiglet Mum to 2!

    Dec 10, 2008
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    Posterior means its at the back so you should be able to feel kicks sooner than what those people with an anterior placenta can :) it also means that the midwife will be able to hear the heartbeat clearer according to my pregnancy book.

    Low lying placenta would defo be on your notes :)

    Congratulations on a lovely scan btw :D glad all went well.
  3. minicazzybee

    minicazzybee Mummy to baby Alexander

    Mar 12, 2009
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    I had mine yesterday and it was AMAZING. I was so nervous beforehand, and was convinced something was wrong. Everything perfect though, and they've put my forward a week, so I'm now 11+1!! My scan picture is not very good compared to what you could see on the screen though.

  4. purpledahlia

    purpledahlia Mummy

    Apr 13, 2009
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    put a scan pic up of the singing LO katieeee...
  5. Katieeeee

    Katieeeee Guest

    Ha ha ha I will try my best! Thing is to everyone else it'll probably look completely normal and I'll end up looking like a complete weirdo with an overactive imagination :blush:

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