Life with Baby K

August 5, 2008

It seems so real now…

Filed under: Baby on Board — by Jess @ 7:43 pm
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Wow, well we saw the baby today! What a beautiful little person there is inside of me! The whole idea of my son or daughter existing within me is beyond crazy. We saw the heartbeat too!!! It was in the 130 range (I don’t remember the exact number) and he is measuring 5mm. So exciting!!! The nurse told me my due date will be March 28th 2009. Oh and I have been officially released from the RE!!! I don’t have to use the PIO shots, estrogen patches or baby aspirin anymore! This honestly made me a little nervous because I thought I would be on the shots a lot longer. And while I am released to my regular OB, I can still call and/or go see them up until the time I see my OB for the first time. Which made me feel good since I don’t know how long it will be before I can get into the OB. I have to call tomorrow. But without a doubt, today has been the best day I have had in a LONG time!!!

**I will add an ultrasound pic later when I am at home and can scan it. I am at work right now**

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2 Comments »

  1. Congrats!!!

    You are so lucky to get to stop the shots. My RE weened me off the estrogen, but my OB made me keep taking the PIO shots until I hit 13 weeks! He wanted me on them for the entire first trimester. You are lucky!!

    Comment by nancy — August 6, 2008 @ 4:44 pm |Reply

  2. I was terrified to go off the meds too…they were such a security blanket! lol But all was fine. =)

    Comment by LaLa — August 7, 2008 @ 4:08 pm |Reply


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