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Old 08-04-2012, 06:57 AM   #1951
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I think some insurance don't cover the 12-week screening. Also, t is only a screening - it can only tell you if you're as increased risk for certain things; it can't actually tell you if there is a problem. So, it probably causes a lot of unneeded maternal worry and stress for those who have "increased risk" results and end up with a perfectly healthy baby!

I did have the 12-week screening (nuchal translucency - they measure the fluid at the back of the baby's neck via ultrasound), but it was optional. I went ahead and did all the "optional" screenings since I was lucky my insurance covered them. And I'm they type of person who would absolutely want to know ahead of time if there is something to possibly be aware of. Based on the results of my screenings, I decided not to do any of the diagnostic tests that carry risk of miscarriage (such as an amnio or CVS), but if I'd had any major red flags in my screenings, I may have opted to do those. And not because I would automatically end an imperfect pregnancy (that seems to be the conclusion some people jump to when you say you would consider an amnio!), but I'd rather have the remainder of my pregnancy to research, find specialized caregivers, etc., if my baby has some sort of condition that may require special care, attention, or treatment. I can't imagine trying to learn everything when the baby has already arrived - there's enough to learn with a newborn as it is!

Alright, Mr. Ben is on his playmat and keeps rolling over, which is great, except then he gets mad because he's on his tummy. I guess he hasn't quite made the connection that that's the end result of his rolling over! So, I put him down on his back, he rolls over, gets mad, I roll him BACK over, he plays for a few minutes, then rolls over again...lather, rinse, repeat We have witnessed him rolling bak over from tummy to front, but he doesn't do it very often. I sometimes leave him struggling for a bit on his tummy hoping he'll get it, but after too long, he just starts crying. I'm sure he'll be crawling and walking and running and going to school and driving and getting married and having his own babies before I know it, so I don't mind taking the time to help him with some rolling for now
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Old 08-04-2012, 07:07 AM   #1952
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I had the nt done with my son and they actually found a spot on his brain. It was SO nerve wrecking. We had to wait a few weeks to have another ultrasound done by a specialist. He had a cyst that went away on his own. I wish I could have had it done with this baby but the hospital here doesn't offer it

Lol jilly. My son hated tummy time!
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In Quebec you get one ultrasound the entire pregnancy! I got three cause I opted for an amnio, then my 20 week one, them he was breech and they tried to turn him. But, one is standard.
We dont do half the tests you guys do in the US either. Basic blood work at the start, pee every month, that was it.
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In Quebec you get one ultrasound the entire pregnancy! I got three cause I opted for an amnio, then my 20 week one, them he was breech and they tried to turn him. But, one is standard.
We dont do half the tests you guys do in the US either. Basic blood work at the start, pee every month, that was it.
The 20-week ultrasound is the only one a lot of women get in the US, too (and so many just think of it as a gender test, which it is NOT! Sorry, pet peeve ). The others are optional, though I think they are "strongly recommended" for mothers past a certain age (either 35 or 40). But here, since everyone has different insurance, it's all a crap shoot
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Yeah, mostly I've seen 2 ultrasounds here...1 at the very beginnning (if insurance covers it) and then the 20 week one.

I had a ton with my son. The nt test, An extra because of the spot on his brain, I paid to have a 3D done with my mother, then the 20 week, then I got in a terrible car accident at 9 months that put me in labor so they did one at the hospital when they stopped my contractions, then one at the very end because my son was 14 days late. I got to see him lots
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Oh my gosh....I am 30 weeks right now, and my MFM doctor just told me that she wants me to get another one in 3 weeks, then 2 weeks, then weekly after that. I've already had about 8 or so already since the beginning. I'm 39 and gestational diabetic so I guess I am the perfect example of what they consider "high risk". I hope all these ultrasounds don't do any damage! I had a whole bunch done with Brandon too. It was nice to see him so much, but it's amazing that they feel I have to have so many. They also want me to start weekly non stress tests at 32 weeks. I have great insurance, so I wonder if that's a factor too?
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What are they looking for in the ultrasounds?
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Well, they always check his position, his heart, his kidneys, his bladder, his arms, his legs, his abdomen, his brain among other things (like placenta and fluid level). And now they try to get a picture of him in the 3D/4D mode, but the last couple of times he has his face turned away so we haven't really got a good look at him. They sometimes do what they call a "bio physical profile" and other times they do a growth ultrasound. At Thursday's ultrasound, they estimated his weight to be 4 lb, 1 oz already. He was in the 60 something percentile for weight, so they were pleased with that. I don't put much into those growth ultrasounds though....these are the same doctors that predicted Brandon would be 10 lb or more at birth, and he was only 7 lb, 4 oz!
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Lol. They did at with Kyle too. Said he was going to be about 10 pounds and he was 6.14!
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Diabetic mothers are at an increased risk of having very large babies, so they usually get more ultrasounds. I have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the past, so even though I was completely diabetes symptom-free during my pregnancy, I had multiple additional growth scan ultrasounds in my third trimester to check baby's size. He came out 3 days before his due date at 7 pounds 11 ounces, so no worries there

heh, and right now, Ben looks like James - totally engrossed in the Olympics on tv!

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Diabetes is very dangerous, no matter what kind. It can also effect the fetus as it goes through the placenta and the baby will be born insulin resistant. There are so many serious health concern with diabetes, please take care of yourself! You deserve to be healthy.
Could something else be causing high sugar in my urine? All of my blood sugar readings for the last 24 hours have been good! 117 two hours after lunch, 91 fasting BS this morning. I don't get it.
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Lori-I also think it's too early to diagnose gestational diabetes...I don't think that can be diagnosed until you are much further along (around 20 weeks or so I think). I still think it's weird that your own testing doesn't show high numbers. Did they take blood to do an A1c check? That can tell them a lot. Also, are your test strips out of date by chance?
I bought a monitor two years ago and the batteries are dead, so I specifically went and bought a new monitor and brand new strips just in case!So everything is fresh. The monitor doesn't need any coding, so I don't see where it could be something I'm doing wrong. Yes they did an A1c, and the lab kept asking me if I was fasting, but no I wasn't, I wasn't told too, this wasn't expected. And the doc knew I wasn't fasting and said we'd just do a random test. They did a LOT of test, but other then the A1c, I'm not sure what the other ones are called.

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Lori, do you see the doctor today?
No, my next appointment is in 3 weeks instead of the usual 4. I'll only see her again if the test comes back back and the lab said it could take 3 days to get the results, and the 3 days lands over the weekend, I don't know if they check that stuff on the weekends? So, MAYBE if it's bad I'll hear back monday? :/

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Well I just came back from my first OB appointment, and it was very underwhelming. Before even seeing the doc, they sent me to talk to the insurance rep to tell me that doctor visits are not covered by my insurance (I have maternity coverage, so what exactly are they covering?). Then I basically peed in a cup to confirm pregnancy and had a pelvic exam. Then the doc handed me an information sheet that looked like something you'd get at a routine Gyno exam, not for pregnancy. My husband and I left confused. This really wasn't any more than a gyno exam, so it felt like a waste of time (and money!!). He also said my first ultrasound won't be until 18-20 weeks! ouch!
How sad, My doc did the vaginal ultrasound, but no pap. they said I'd get that next time. I peed in a cup, and only did lab work because my urine was high in sugar, otherwise they weren't going to do it yet. They talked to me a lot about do's and don'ts, tod me I had to eat carbs (:P) and gave me a list of medications that were safe to take for various things. I dunno about where you live, but my friend is going for an ultrasound at I think 14 weeks, that she has to pay for herself, outside of her docs office. I think we have them in the malls here! I guess that's an option if you want to see your baby sooner!
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How sad, My doc did the vaginal ultrasound, but no pap. they said I'd get that next time. I peed in a cup, and only did lab work because my urine was high in sugar, otherwise they weren't going to do it yet. They talked to me a lot about do's and don'ts, tod me I had to eat carbs (:P) and gave me a list of medications that were safe to take for various things. I dunno about where you live, but my friend is going for an ultrasound at I think 14 weeks, that she has to pay for herself, outside of her docs office. I think we have them in the malls here! I guess that's an option if you want to see your baby sooner!
Wow that info would have been helpful for me. I feel really lost since this is my first and a surprise. I do a lot of looking around on the internet, but i would just feel better with a doctor's advice, you know? I'm considering going to a free clinic to get some advice!

I might have to look around if other places offer ultrasounds, seeing how i have to pay for them out of pocket anyway.
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Wow that info would have been helpful for me. I feel really lost since this is my first and a surprise. I do a lot of looking around on the internet, but i would just feel better with a doctor's advice, you know? I'm considering going to a free clinic to get some advice!

I might have to look around if other places offer ultrasounds, seeing how i have to pay for them out of pocket anyway.
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Could something else be causing high sugar in my urine? All of my blood sugar readings for the last 24 hours have been good! 117 two hours after lunch, 91 fasting BS this morning. I don't get it.
Could be a kidney issue, not a diabetes issue. Google renal glycosuria - it's rare, but possible. Even if your kidneys are normally healthy, they could be struggling during pregnancy due to increased volume of blood in the body.

Not necessarily the answer, but a possibility Hopefully, additional lab work results will help them/you get this figured out!
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Wow that info would have been helpful for me. I feel really lost since this is my first and a surprise. I do a lot of looking around on the internet, but i would just feel better with a doctor's advice, you know? I'm considering going to a free clinic to get some advice!
The problem is that even different doctors will tell you different things (for example, some docs will tell you you need to eat carbs, especially "whole grains," but my doc was 110% supportive of my desire to be low in carbs and grain free). I had a bunch of books and never could get all the way through any of them. I found the majority of my information online - you just have to know how to judge the reliability of an online resource.
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Lori, I have no other info on this except what I read from Gary Taubes, sorry.
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My son had the brain cyst in utero also, it went away. I had so many ultrasounds i lost count.

Babycenter.com had some really great resources, i loved reading about the week by week changes.
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Babycenter.com had some really great resources, i loved reading about the week by week changes.
Me too I have an app on my phone

Baby has been moving like crazy the last 2 days
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Baby has been moving like crazy the last 2 days
I have 3 apps on my phone, each one was daily and weekly updates. One even has videos. I love reading these every day.
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Could be a kidney issue, not a diabetes issue. Google renal glycosuria - it's rare, but possible. Even if your kidneys are normally healthy, they could be struggling during pregnancy due to increased volume of blood in the body.

Not necessarily the answer, but a possibility Hopefully, additional lab work results will help them/you get this figured out!
I looked it up! Very interesting! Thank you!
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Babycenter.com had some really great resources, i loved reading about the week by week changes.
heh, the only thing I hated was that, in the earlier weeks, they used some pretty obscure fruits/veggies to compare the approximate size to. Sorry, but I Don't know how big an average fig is. Or a kumquat. But the actual information was interesting to read each week
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heh, the only thing I hated was that, in the earlier weeks, they used some pretty obscure fruits/veggies to compare the approximate size to. Sorry, but I Don't know how big an average fig is. Or a kumquat. But the actual information was interesting to read each week
Funny, today I got a fresh fig for the first time ever, now I know what size they are!
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That's adorable Krissy!!

I can't wait to find out if it's a boy or girl so I can start decorating. Though if it's a boy we STILL can't agree on a name
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Krissy -that looks great.
Dp- we didnt agree on a name until in the delivery room.
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Ugg. It's driving me nuts! We've gone through a million names and none just seem to fit right. And of course the 2 names I really like dh hates. I know we have time. But I want to name my little peanut. And I know it's a boy. I have a strong strong feeling
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SUPER cute, Krissy! I may have to do something similar...in my spare time :P

Agreeing on names can sometimes be such a challenge. We have had a girl's name picked out since before we even decided to go off birth control, but then, of course, we had a boy!

I bought some jars of baby food while grocery shopping yesterday. We're not giving him food yet, but I was excited to find PROTEIN in a stage 1 food. Most only seem to have fruits and veggies and grains for stage 1. These were turkey, ham, chicken, and beef, all with the only ingredients being the meat and gravy (and no crapy filler in the gravy since it's still 0 carbs). I was happy to find these because I have a little fear that I won't be able to mash up meats well enough for him, and he'll choke! Not likely, but it's a fear I have, so I was happy to find these

This morning has been a rough start to a Sunday. My dogs were barking like crazy when I let them out, so it was a struggle to get them back in the house. Then the little one pooped on the floor since she hadn't finished outside since she was too busy barking. Then I went to get something out of the pantry and knocked one of said jars of baby food on the floor - mushed meat and glass EVERYWHERE. And all of this while Ben is already awake, so I'm also watching him.

And I have a conference call in 20 minutes. Yes, I know it's Sunday

I did at least manage to do some cooking - I just finished a package of ground beef with onion and a jar of salsa - 2.62 pounds of beef! I will keep it in a container in the fridge to pull from throughout the week and nuke with shredded cheese on top. Easy quick meals!

My husband's cousin called yesterday to see if we wanted to head over there today to hang out and have dinner. So, that's what we're doing today. They are about an hour and a half away, so add 3 hours of driving to my day. I drive since we have to take Ben and our 2 dogs and all that comes with them (even just for a day, the stuff adds up!), and my husband only has a Civic, so my car has more space for everyone (I have a Nissan Altima). I would LOVE to get a small SUV or crossover - I have my heart set on an Acura MDX because it has a third row seat without being a GIANT SUV. But, even a used one will mean a higher monthly car payment than we have now, so that idea is on hold until we at least finish fixing up the townhouse and get it rented out.

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Ugh Jilly!

I woke up to the fridge door having been left open (by dh but that doesn't really matter) - so now i'm trying to decide what i can save vs. what i have to toss. It was open long enough the butter is squishy
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James had creton for breakfast today, loved it. I am not doing any fruits for a long time. We do eggs, meat, and some vegetables. He just loves all food so far!
It took us a while to agree on a name. James is a family name, but dh wanted it a lot more than me. I wanted Alexander, he hated that one. So, we gave Andrew a list of our favorite names and let him pick. He picked James cause of the show 19 kids and Counting, lol.
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