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Hi Ladies. I know I don't pop in here too often, but I love knowing you all are here to support me when I do. I'm 20 weeks, 1 day, and 50% done with my pregnancy! I can't believe how fast 20 weeks went by. Last Monday we had our Gender and Anatomy scan. We found we are having another girl!! She was super, duper active and wiggly! I found out I have anterior placenta, so much of that wiggling I don't even feel and that is why. Everything looked great. All her organs are working properly and she looked very healthy. The tech also said I have a "cervix of steel" LOL and the Dr. came in to double check everything after and he said "Your cervix looks awesome, I can tell that from across the room!" Hahaha what?! I didn't care much about my cervix since it wasn't an issue last time at all, but since I have a history of LEEP surgery they wanted it checked out. All I cared about was that my baby is healthy! I love her so very much and can't wait to meet her in May!!
Awesome news! "cervix of steel" - that is great I had my doc tell me with DD, your cervix doesn't know what is going on...because I was 1 cm dilated for 5+ weeks and even contractions weren't opening it up...lol!
Glad everything is going well and congrats on another girl!
I'm glad to hear that everything is going well!! Congrats on the awesome u/s!! I also had a LEEP and they made me come in for weekly cervical checks from 16-28 weeks with my last pregnancy (the first since I had the LEEP)...it was a pain in the butt, but better safe than sorry. Glad to hear your cervix is doing it's job and baby is doing well!!