what does this stand for?

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  1. blue_kat

    blue_kat Well-Known Member

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    in my notes it says fmls ++ ?
     
  2. happybeany

    happybeany Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea! Maybe you have an emo midwife? :haha:

    Whereabouts in your notes is it? xx
     
  3. evewidow

    evewidow 2 boys and a girl ♥

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    is it fetal movements something something :S
     
  4. Kate83

    Kate83 Boy (6) Girl (3) Girl (1)

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    fat momma loves sugar? I know FHHR means fetal heatbeat heard regular. Ill have a think.....
     
  5. Tadan

    Tadan Well-Known Member

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    It is about fetal movements :)
    I have FMF - fetal movements felt.
     
  6. 0400772

    0400772 Im having a baby!! :)

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    fetal movement left side?
     
  7. blue_kat

    blue_kat Well-Known Member

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    at least I am not the only one that doesnt know! Searched on google and nothing...

    Thinking about what happened during the appt - found baby had turned right way up from breech but this was mentioned seperately in notes, baby heartbeat was fine and my urine was fine...the only other thing was that she had issues getting to the heartbeat as baby was running away from the cold gel and she had to stop trying after a while as I felt dizzy lying on my back.....maybe its saying something about that?
     
  8. zoecorkhill

    zoecorkhill Pregnant with 1st baby!

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    If you're fretting about it, why not give your midwife a quick call and ask her? Even if it's something stupid it's better to ask the question and put your mind at ease, rather than stressing about it :)
     
  9. blue_kat

    blue_kat Well-Known Member

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    nah not worried just interested as I hadnt heard of it before and trust that she would have said if it was important!
     

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