This is a discussion on EDD July 2012 within the Year 2012 Mummy forum, part of the Mummy Meeting Place category; Originally Posted by mei2009 Have you done either before? I'm super inflexible but I find pilates is better for me ...
Window shopping considered as walking exercise too?
I need to climb long flights of stairs to my shophouse office every time, but some stairs abit steep. I was thinking whether need to work from home when the tummy is quite big.
I just had my first scan on Wed (14th Dec) and saw my cute baby waving at me! Hahaha. Doctor told me I'm 9.8 weeks pregnant already, EDD on 12th July. Happy happy!
While I was waiting for my turn to draw blood, I was actually approached by this research coordinator regarding a research that they are doing to find out why some mummies get complications during pregnancy. (I dont't know how she actually knew my name ~.~) So anyway, I agreed to it and end up getting to do my OSCAR scan totally free of charge! I actually just had my consultation for the OSCAR scan before the blood test and decided not to do it. =X
I didn't really ask the doctor much cos I was still in a state of shock and dreamy happiness after seeing my baby in the scan. Actually, I think I didn't ask the doctor anything at all. =\
My next appointment is just to see the doctor, no scans. I dont't know for what. Then the following one after, on 22nd Feb, there will be a scan to see baby's gender! I'M SO EXCITED FOR THAT!!!! ^^
hi Jenni & Valwee,
me also delivered my gal in KK with subsidy this Jan. Total bill about 1.7k, all deduct from medisave. Is true that each time was seen by different gynae then not much scan was donw throughout the whole pregnancy. Sometimes, it just measure your tummy and hear the heart beat.
And i do experienced the scary sewing part........1 trainee gynae did the sewing, halfway another senior came in and comment the trainee done wrongly. And the senior actually took out the sewing and re-do again......end up it tooks me 1 hour to complete the sewing part.
i guess have to depends on your luck.
Congrats .. Wow you can see baby waving so early at 9wk+?? Hmmm if I were you .. I won't take up the offer to do Oscar for free. I dont't want to be a something using for a research... "on why some mummies have complications"... Hmmm..if I were you .. I will ask them back so do you think I will any complications in my pregnancy? I always believe nothing is free in this world. So just play safe....
My baby not rly waving at me . Just that when doctor scan, it was moving the hands and legs. So like waving . Saying hi to me. Super cuteeeee! Rly damn happyyyyy. still very small, but can see the shape forming already. Seriously fell in love at first sight. I still cant forget..!
I was lucky that the nurse didn't scold me, in fact the midwife and nurse in delivery suite was quite nice. Is only the nurse over the ward was not so helpful.....it was my first child, when i ask the nurse for help on breastfeed they wasn't so helpful and keep ask me to try myself. On the day of discharge, have to change baby's clothes ourself.
Another thing is the trainee doc who do the sewing put in a gauze and never take out! Luckily they do have habit to count the gauzes used then the senior doc found 1pc was left inside!
So which gynae you go now?
Morning all mummies, it's monday blues again :/ Just went for my 2nd check-up last sat. During the ultrasound i can see baby's heartbeat flickering in the screen! It's so amazing how baby can grow in such a short time! Next appt will be in 3 weeks time in Jan, hopefully by then can see hands & legs
Good morning Mummies!
Yingver, so exciting to see heart beats in ultrasound scan, isn't it? =D
I'm going for 2nd appointment on coming Wednesday, we couldn't see anything but a very tiny sac during the last checkup, hopefully everything is fine and we can see heartbeat this time round.