Just got out of hospital this morning following a miscarriage. When they did my first scan, they couldn't detect a foetus, (and no yolk -according to my notes). There was a sac which they removed during my hospital stay.As a result, the hospital
it has gone. Is this a sign that the foetus has moved out of pelvis? I'm somewhere between 11-13 weeks and midwife detected heartbeat on thurs with everything looking good. She reckons I'm further on than 11 weeks because I was more palpable
a developing foetus if taken after that.Good luck and babydust.Filo x
of a good site for pregnancy images? I mean one that will show what foetus will look like at every week of pregnancy.Really want to show my 10 year old what his brother or sister looks like each week so he feels like he's a part of the whole
take the best bits of what you've eaten to produce milk (like when your pregnant your foetus takes the best bits) so your baby should be ok xxx hope you feeling better soon!
Had scan yesterday at QMH and they told me that they couldnt see sac, so referred me to EPAU. when we eventually got scanned lovely big gestational sac, but still too early for foetus and heartbeat, so another scan booked in for 4th March. Hopefully
Dr Sarah Jarvis (author of Pregnancy for Dummies) says:This is not a cause for alarm. There is no evidence that becoming pregnant while on the Pill does the foetus any harm. The hormones in the Pill are similar to the ones your body is going
of muscles used in birth + When your baby is born they will be delighted to rediscover the sounds and songs they heard in the womb + Give your baby a "sound massage" conducted by the amniotic fluid. Vibrations reach the skin and nerve endings on the foetus