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didn't happen!! Baby's measuring too big for them to get the accurate measurement they needed. So basically I got another ultrasound. LOL. S/he was was moving around a lot and I was very happy to see two arms and two legs. Heart rate was 136bpm.
Also, the baby is measuring right along with my original due date of September 26th (the one based off my LMP). The doctor that did this ultrasound (not the tech) said my own doctor shouldn't have changed my due date unless baby was measuring more than a week earlier or later than indicated of my LMP. Make sense?? LOL.It was only 4 days off after my early ultrasound at 6(ish) weeks.
So I'm going based off a due date of September 26th from now on. Here I was excited yesterday to be in my second trimester at 13 weeks and now I'll be 14 weeks tomorrow. Guess I just skipped the 13th weeks of pregnancy. LOL.
did they make any guesses at gender?
My NT scan almost didn't happen as well for the same reason. I was 13 weeks exactly by my first u/s but when we did the NT scan I measured 13 plus 4 so the tech said we could barely still do it. I don't have a LMP so we are just sticking with the original due date of Sept 6th based off the first u/s even though the NT u/s said Sept 2nd.
That's pretty neat that you got to skip a week ahead I agree with the doctor about not changing the due date unless there's a significant difference. Baby was measuring a few days ahead at my 1st u/s and i flat out refused to change it since i know the exact day i ovulated i feel that's far more accurate