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Well he said I passed my hour GD test! yay! I also showed him my 3D u/s pics I was worried about. He said it was just the plates in the baby's head showing. Nothing abnormal. That made me feel better. My repeat c-section on April 26th is officially on his books for 7:30 am. I have to be there two hours early. Also I forgot to talk to him about it but asked his assistant if he does circumcisions or if I need a ped for that. She said he will do it. I'm glad because I trust him and feel very comfortable with him. I'm always leary to think about finding a ped who is initially a stranger performing it. I have another u/s in two weeks and another towards the end just to be cautious since my oldest had IUGR and had stopped growing at 34 weeks. They didn't realize until 37 1/2 weeks but I just was induced at 38 weeks and he was fine. When I asked he said I am measuring 30 to 30.5 weeks right now. I am 30 wks in 3 days so that's good.
Time is flying by!!!
Thanks PrincessMom08 for my wonderful siggy!
Sounds like a great appointment. So glad you don't have GD and glad the u/s picture you were worried about was just nothing. April will be here before you know it. I have been talking to my dr about inducing on April 26 so our little guys may share a birthday!!
Thank you *Kiliki* for my beautiful siggy
Sounds like a good day to have a baby (my c-section is the same day and time!) It's good that you're having someone you are comfortable with do the circumcision instead of a ped that is new to you. The u/s are the best part of being higher risk, you get to see the baby frequently and make sure everything is doing okay!