In all honesty I'm not that concerned, but everyone besides me immediate family around me is !
#1 was born at 36w and was walking a little bit by 1st birthday but mostly crawling, #2 turning 1 in a week and no where near walking. Can stand alone, but holding onto furniture, he was "late" sitting, crawling etc etc.
I feel like I have to keep reminding people it's okay if he's a bit behind, I'm fine with it, he will walk when he's ready
How to stop the why questions all the time? Is there something wrong with him questions?
Re: ex-35 weeker not walking at almost 1, should I be concerned?
My FT singleton didn't walk until after a year. I always say that as they get older, there's a much wider range of "normal". I felt like I was always up against those questions w my oldest bc he was a late talker. I know FT kids that didn't walk until 16-18mo. They were focused on perfecting other skills and started to walk when they were ready.
DOR and AMA
2/12-5/12: 4 IUI cycles = all BFN;
7/12: DE IVF # 1 (with ICSI)- 20R, 16M, 14F, 5DT of 2 blasts; 6 frosties = BFN;
Lupus anticoagulant initially high, then found to be normal on hematology consult;
Follow up testing in September all clear;
Started synthroid for "high normal" TSH;
FET # 1- late October 2012- BFP on FRER; beta # 1- 21(low), beta # 2- 48 (still low), beta # 3- 132, beta # 4- 1,293; beta # 5- 5,606; last beta- over 100,000. First u/s 11/21- heard heartbeat
12/12- Officially an OB patient!
Level 2 ultrasound at 20 weeks shows vasa previa and VCI
Referral to MFM and mandatory c section for delivery
Beautiful baby girl born at 34 weeks
Finally home after 15 day NICU stay!
Trying for sibling: FET # 2- May 2014; beta 5/31, BFN
FET #3, early July 2014; beta 7/14, BFN
DE IVF # 2- August 2014; 14R, 13M, 11F, 5dt of 2 blasts (3 AA), 5 frosties = BFN
FET #4- December 2014, yet another BFN
Dr. KK work up shows borderline uterine blood flow, elevated NK cells, and MTHFR mutation (homozygous for c677t)
Added baby aspirin, prednisone, supplements, Metanx, and intralipids
Switched to large clinic for final attempt; had endometrial receptivity testing in January; FET March 2015 = yet another BFN
Likely OAD- NBC