It’s no surprise I’ve had a multitude of both 2 and 3D ultrasounds this pregnancy. After a loss at 20 weeks last year, and being 90% effaced with my daughter at 31 weeks, my doctors didn’t hesitate to whip out that wand and take a look to see just what was going on. Every time I walked in the door.
While it wasn’t my first choice with all the unknown surrounding ultrasounds still, it certainly was reassuring to see our baby so often. We even knew at 14 weeks what gender he was. Mostly the ultrasounds were to monitor my fluid and cervix, which are still normal, but all it took was a button to switch from 2D black and white to 3D ultrasounds. My perinatologist (MFM) is amazing and has done that every time we’ve been in to see her, then given us a picture to take home.
Some I’ve published on here in my weekly updates, some I haven’t. I love looking at the progression of the development, so I’m sharing all of my 3D pictures thus far with you to take a look at. I’ll try to explain each as best I can, since some of them are a bit hard to see definition and one looks like I have a flat child.
Click through to see my 3D ultrasounds from this pregnancy:
Photo Credit: istockphotos.com and my own
Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter, the loss of her twin boys, and a baby boy on the way on the aptly named Hormonal Imbalances. Smaller glimpses into her day are on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.
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