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8 Week UltraSound by MTHFR and Me Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Sep 2009 10:51pm I had our 8 week ultrasound yesterday and everything went GREAT!! We are having another ultra sound done on the 25 th. The baby is measuring 15.6 mm and the little heart is beating strong. We even saw the baby move on the ultrasound. It was AWESOME!!!! God is an AWESOME God!! Thank you for all the prayers. They have really helped. Please keep ... Read on »
Endoscopic UltraSound Day by winnyninnypoopoo Facebook Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:03pm Pre Procedure Torture Chamber Had my Endoscopic Ultrasound done today, at a hospital outpatient center I had never been to. The people there were great, the doctor doing the EUS was great, but the room I had to wait in after getting into a gown and getting an IV in was a headache sufferer torture chamber. The Headache was pretty bad t ... Read on »
To Ultrasound or Not to Ultrasound: Reasons Vs. Risks by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 Oct 2010 12:00am One of my good friends is pregnant.  She is at that stage early in the second trimester when the first ultrasound is usually recommended. She is choosing a home birth, but comes from a medical family who would like her to have an ultrasound.  She has medical insurance, but it does not cover any pregnancy related expenses until after her deduc ... Read on »
Pics from yesterday's ultrasound... by Karma Patient Expert Posted Thu 23 Apr 2009 5:26pm Here's our little bean, at 19weeks 1day (her age yesterday) - she weighs 10 oz. now and is growing right on target! This first one is her adorable little profile: And this one is her facing us directly - you can see her eye sockets...we think she looks a little like Arnold S. in the Terminator...this will be a GREAT photo for t ... Read on »
Ultrasound by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:05am Due to the imaging centers bizarre need to reschedule a routine ultrasound three times, we do not know the baby's gender. We also were unable to get an accurate spinal length reading, so we will be getting another ultrasound covered under our insurance in a few weeks. Everything else was good. Heart rate was 136. Baby weighs about 7 oz and is ... Read on »
Even more insurance stuff, more free ultrasound, and how I'm feeling by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:51pm Everything went smoothly yesterday. I got the letter from the OB and the letters from the husband's boss. I sent them out and barring any complications, should be insured by the middle of next month. The clinic that does the free ultrasounds called saying that they moved closer to me (yeah!) but aren't open yet (boo!). They gave me the num ... Read on »
More Insurance, Free ultrasound, and My symptoms by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:51pm My social worker just called. The letter I got from the doctor was unacceptable, as I assumed. Easily cleared up, I called the doctor, got a different receptionist who said I can come in whenever I'm free and she will write me a new letter including all the information I initially requested. Of course since it is already the 27th of April, ... Read on »
3D ultrasound guidance -clinical ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:18pm 3D ultrasound guidance - clinical trials could begin with children with ASD this year.   Trials had been used with 3D imaging techniques, but there was a lack of depth, however with the gamers glasses the heart ultrasound images can be seen as a hologram.  One physician stated you actually feel like you in inside the heart.  The work was suppor ... Read on »
4-D Ultrasound...amazing picture ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:22pm 4-D Ultrasound...amazing pictures on developing fetuses with high risk pregnancies...no comparison at all to old ultrasound technologies...amazing how the picture actually shows the face of the developing baby and movement.  Video at the site...BD  New technology is bringing parents and doctors alike, closer to the babies they care for. ... Read on »
33 week ultrasound and appointment, plus grandpa's cancer by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 4:59pm We are in the home stretch. Or at least that's what everyone is telling me. Time still seems to be flying by so it's had to fathom that the pregnancy is almost over. Let's see. The day before Thanksgiving I saw the perinatologist. Had another ultrasound. He said everything looked good and the baby was the right size. He wasn't forthcomin ... Read on »