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How it all began

I had a daughter on the 16th March 2015, she unfortunately passed away on the 18th of March 2015! When I was 17 weeks pregnant my waters broke, I went to the hospital several times and had many tests, they said that everything was fine, and that I had probably wet myself, even tho I knew that was not the case I had to believe them. 159 more words

Mummy Monday's: Feeling blessed

On Friday I had my 19 week anomaly scan. I felt more nervous than usual because I knew that this scan took an in depth look at every organ and also checked for any abnormalities they baby might have. 242 more words

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Our Little Girl

As I have mentioned, I am currently 7 months pregnant, or in terms of weeks, 30 weeks tomorrow! The beginning of the pregnancy seemed to go incredibly slowly as I was very sick and signed off work for 4 weeks. 305 more words

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A is for Aorta Ultrasound

Breaking down the Abdominal Aorta

The abdominal aorta for the purpose of ultrasound is classified by anatomical compartment below the diaphragm muscle.  After leaving the heart, the aorta is shaped like a curvaceous candy cane with lots of branches.   469 more words

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Avoid Further Rotator Cuff Injury With Ultrasound Assessment Exam

A rotator cuff injury is no laughing matter. In fact, it is one of the most painful and most crippling injuries that you can experience. It can drastically affect your mobility and therefore impede your productivity. 697 more words

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Nearly into the breech

What a 24 hours or so.

Yesterday, we had our 36 week appointment. Good blood pressure (me), good heartbeat (Bud); all was great until the midwife said the sentence which shattered my dreams: … 603 more words

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Pregnant? Learn about the Obstetrical Ultrasound

The obstetrical ultrasound is the application of sonography in pregnancy.

It allows the practitioner to view the baby inside the mother’s uterus (womb). It is useful in providing information about the health of the baby and the progression of the pregnancy. 405 more words

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