...AND I'M STAYING HERE ON PGAL!
The u/s went well. There was definitely a hb and the little bugger was wiggling all around. Both the hb ad wiggling was pretty trippy to see. I forgot to ask about the bpm and didn't get to 'hear' the hb...but there was clearly a flicker and clearly movement and proof of life was what I was hoping for today. Got It!
I've officially been diagnosed as having "an extremely sensitive cervix". She tried to do a pap. I warned her I'd bleed (if I know the cause it won't phase me much if I do, used to it I guess...warning was more for her). As she's doing it she says, "Whoa, you weren't kidding. You said you had one recently at your civilian doctor...how about we have you get those records sent to us instead." She says I'm pretty much stuck with it until delivery. Damn. Was hoping it might get better. Wishful thinking, I guess. So yeah, bracing myself for spotting/bleeding tonight (the u/s was also via vagcam...so I was gonna spot anyways).
I asked questions about the bicornate ute as I'd not really been told anything about it. Basically she said there aren't really concerns moving forward. She said with my anatomy the challenge would be getting pregnant. This is kind of funny to me as I get pregnant pretty easily (50% of the months I've tried)...its staying pregnant that is my challenge.
I'm sure I'll think of more to add later. Am kind of short on time now, job interview in a couple hours. Excuse the quality of the pic, its a picture of a picture. I'm apparently electronically challenged this afternoon and can't remember how to scan stuff into the right format for tinypic.
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