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  • r these 12 week ultrasound? 😀  it's interesting though. When I found a gallery last night the images 12 week 3d ultrasound look absolutely different than what you've posted here ))  maybe it's because they've just put 3d images? 
    feralheartedmama
  • My anatomy scan in 1/13, at 20 weeks. I had my AS for DS at 18 weeks, so I am finding the waiting hard. Can't wait to see our little guy!
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    Me: 36, DH: 38, Together since: 2006, Married: 9/2011 
    **TW Living Child**

    BFP 9/19/20 - EDD - 6/1/21

    BFP 2/2014 - DS - 10/2014


    tilournextadventurellamamamawearspajamapants
  • @mindyb2019 so glad to hear baby boy is doing well! That must be a big relief :blush:
    mindyb2019DoubleUp8
  • we go for our AS tomorrow and I am so anxious even though I have started feeling kicks and movement. 

    Me:31 DH:33
    Married: September 2013
    Loss 8/2014
    DS: 6/8/15
    DS: 4/6/18
    BFP: 7/10/20
    loss 7/15/20
    BFP: 9/29/20
    Confirmed twin pregnancy: 10/19/20
    Loss of Twin B: 12/1/2020



    marebear15angelz429DoubleUp8
  • @brilea9 yes! Skull faces are the best!  With DD we had the anatomy scan mid-October and got some good skeleton face shots :smiley:
  • I had my 20 week scan today and little sis is looking healthy. They said I have marginal placenta previa, or low-lying placenta previa, has anyone else had this? I’m a little anxious and worried about the worst case scenarios and just trying to stay positive hoping for best case. The follow up ultrasound isn’t for 8 more weeks. Waiting 8 weeks during a pregnancy for important news is going to be painful. Best case it resolves on its own 🙌🏽
    mindyb2019DoubleUp8
  • @kfc1983 how did your AS go? I know you had some serious concerns.

    Me:31 DH:33
    Married: September 2013
    Loss 8/2014
    DS: 6/8/15
    DS: 4/6/18
    BFP: 7/10/20
    loss 7/15/20
    BFP: 9/29/20
    Confirmed twin pregnancy: 10/19/20
    Loss of Twin B: 12/1/2020



    _orchid_DoubleUp8
  • I had my 20 week scan today and little sis is looking healthy. They said I have marginal placenta previa, or low-lying placenta previa, has anyone else had this? I’m a little anxious and worried about the worst case scenarios and just trying to stay positive hoping for best case. The follow up ultrasound isn’t for 8 more weeks. Waiting 8 weeks during a pregnancy for important news is going to be painful. Best case it resolves on its own 🙌🏽
    My husband's aunt had a placenta previa at 21 weeks, but it resolved by 30 weeks and they kept an eye on it. She ended up having a breech baby anyway, so they went with a cesarean birth. I've also had 2 clients (former doula) with previa and they both resolved by birth, but I am not clear on the timeline with those. Both clients had vaginal deliveries, one of them very smoothly, the other had an OP (sunny-side up) delivery but that was very likely unrelated.  :)
    Good luck! It is my understanding that they usually resolve themselves and in the case they do not, a cesarean birth is scheduled, which would be the safest option at that point. I do not have first hand knowledge of previa or cesarean births, just second hand as friend/family member/doula. I hope you get some peace soon!
    Married <3 August 2010
    DD1  <3 August 2011
    DD2 <3 August 2013
    DD3 <3 February 2017
    mindyb2019DoubleUp8
  • @it_is_a_baby I had marginal placenta previa with DD, and it completely resolved on its own and I was able to have a vaginal birth with no issues. 
    *TTC History*

    Me: 37, MH: 38; Married August 2017

    TTC #1 October 2017: BFP on 12/1/2017, DD born 7/24/2018 @ 37+1 after induction due to preeclampsia

    TTC #2 January 2020: AMA, dx with DOR in May 2020

    IVF July 2020: 16 eggs retrieved, 14 mature, 12 fertilized, 3 blasts, 2 PGT-A normal

    FET 10/7/20: BFP on 10/12/20!!! (EDD 6/25/21); First beta 10/16/20 (9dpt): 148; Second beta 10/19/20 (12dpt): 621; Third beta 10/26/20 (19dpt): 4732; Fourth (and final!) beta 11/2/20 (26 dpt): 22,000+

    DoubleUp8
  • @legallykate i had marginal chord insertion with my second and no one seemed as concerned as I did. I had a follow up scan a few weeks later and it had resolved on its own.


    Me:31 DH:33
    Married: September 2013
    Loss 8/2014
    DS: 6/8/15
    DS: 4/6/18
    BFP: 7/10/20
    loss 7/15/20
    BFP: 9/29/20
    Confirmed twin pregnancy: 10/19/20
    Loss of Twin B: 12/1/2020



    legallykatelaurad75DoubleUp8llamamamawearspajamapants
  • @mrs_massie Oh wow I didn't even know that was possible, thank you so much for sharing that! I go back in 4 weeks for another U/S so FX I will likewise get good news. 
    *TTC History*

    Me: 37, MH: 38; Married August 2017

    TTC #1 October 2017: BFP on 12/1/2017, DD born 7/24/2018 @ 37+1 after induction due to preeclampsia

    TTC #2 January 2020: AMA, dx with DOR in May 2020

    IVF July 2020: 16 eggs retrieved, 14 mature, 12 fertilized, 3 blasts, 2 PGT-A normal

    FET 10/7/20: BFP on 10/12/20!!! (EDD 6/25/21); First beta 10/16/20 (9dpt): 148; Second beta 10/19/20 (12dpt): 621; Third beta 10/26/20 (19dpt): 4732; Fourth (and final!) beta 11/2/20 (26 dpt): 22,000+

    DoubleUp8
  • @it_is_a_baby I currently have complete placenta previa.  Most (like 90%) of partial previa move up on their own by 28-32weeks as the uterus grows.  Try not to stress girl! 
    DoubleUp8
  • I have no input but wow @legallykate what a crazy coincidence! Such a small world. FX for good news at all follow-ups ladies! 
    legallykateDoubleUp8
  • @disgruntled_pelican @legallykate@sgrn18 thank you all so much for your advice and experiences! I feel so much better after reading your posts. It’ll be a long 8 weeks waiting for the next US, but I’m feeling very hopeful now that it’ll resolve on its own without any complications.

    @legallykate @sgrn18 did your doctors give you any special instructions other than no intense exercise? Are you/did you do any form of exercise or did you just try to take it easy until the follow up US?
    DoubleUp8
  • @it_is_a_baby I don't think my doctor even told me no strenuous exercise or any other restrictions, they just brought me in for some extra U/S's. I was admittedly not doing a ton of strenuous exercise at the time but I didn't make any changes. 
    *TTC History*

    Me: 37, MH: 38; Married August 2017

    TTC #1 October 2017: BFP on 12/1/2017, DD born 7/24/2018 @ 37+1 after induction due to preeclampsia

    TTC #2 January 2020: AMA, dx with DOR in May 2020

    IVF July 2020: 16 eggs retrieved, 14 mature, 12 fertilized, 3 blasts, 2 PGT-A normal

    FET 10/7/20: BFP on 10/12/20!!! (EDD 6/25/21); First beta 10/16/20 (9dpt): 148; Second beta 10/19/20 (12dpt): 621; Third beta 10/26/20 (19dpt): 4732; Fourth (and final!) beta 11/2/20 (26 dpt): 22,000+

  • @it_is_a_baby I was told pelvic rest but my cervix is also really short so I’m sure it’s that combination for my case.  
  • @legallykate @sgrn18 Thank you for the feedback! 😀
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