Tiny Fish is measuring pretty close to perfect size and the sonographer didn't find any problems: spine is fine, heart, brain, no obvious cleft lip, kidneys, fingers, arms and legs, stomach, abdomen. All good.
It was done at a different clinic this time and although the screen was lots better we were not allowed to video it which was disappointing.
We got a couple of stills, here are some of my favs:
Above: profile of the face
Above: soles of the feet.
He/she was active the whole time squirming around but got shy towards the end so decided to hide down low and make the scan a bit harder.
Tiny Fish is about 300gms and 15cm long head to bum.
We didn't ask for the gender and I'm happy with this decision.
Today my sister took me shopping for maternity jeans and we almost didn't get any cos in one shop it was so hot that I nearly fainted. What should you not grab onto when you feel faint and nauseous? That's right: a store ladder on wheels! :-/
I had to go outside and sit down. What I desperately wanted to do was lie down with my feet up, but there was nowhere and I was wearing a short summer dress in a crowded mall. I practiced some yoga breathing to focus on something other than the horrid hot cold sweats and sickly feelings. Then my sister took me outside to try and cool down more. She wanted to get me done water but didn't want to leave me alone. I checked my blood glucose and it was falling ever so gently at about 8-9mmol so I figured a small juice wouldn't hurt and the liquid might do be good. The best thing though was when she took me to my car and put the air con on full blast then drove me home. What a sweetie.
I think it was a combination of forgetting my prenatal vitamins for two nights, being tired from the week of work, being hot and maybe slightly dehydrated. I'm better now just a bit washed out.
Sorry no bump pic today cos I'm writing this from bed before sleep!
Thank you to everyone who sent in helpful and supportive advice re my little cousin.