I can't wait for A/S! At the same time I want to get it done at the optimal time. Is there any difference of doing it at 18, 19, or 20 weeks?
Random rant... a co-worker of mine has now commented for the SECOND time.. "You barely look pregnant!". I think she means this as a compliment, but it seriously bothers me. I may not be popping out of my shirt, but I'm 100% pregnant so stop with the comments on my body. It almost feels like she thinks I'm lying? Ugh..people.
I can't wait for A/S! At the same time I want to get it done at the optimal time. Is there any difference of doing it at 18, 19, or 20 weeks?****Stuck in box***I am having mine in week 19. It's scheduled the same day as my regular monthly appt. My ob didn't want to wait until 20 weeks because then we'd have to wait almost a month to get results. 18 weeks was never offered as an option for us.
@mrsmatt1212 it depends on when you see your ob after. The tech told me things looked good but they can't really say more. I see my dr Thursday so two weeks after mine I will get the results. Also you can see yourself if the baby is measuring on track date wise because the u/s calculations are right there.
I'm with all of you ladies on the bump. I've found if I wear something maternity, it looks really cute, but trying to wear my regular clothes that are a little loose just looks frumpy, not cute. I've found that very few of the maternity clothes I ordered online fit yet, too. The ones that do are in a constant rotation when I leave the house.