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OnToTheNext1 2 kids; Hyattsville, Maryland 1239 posts
7th Sep '11

I agree with the other posters, I don't even think the baby moves at 8 weeks. Is it even a baby yet? Isn't it still a embryo? I could be wrong but I thought it was later that it became a fetus/ baby. Have you seen what a 8 week old baby looks like? I hope that you didn't have a MC and that it was just a mistake.

Vindictive 50 kids; Switzerland 30558 posts
7th Sep '11

They wouldn't have been able to tell you the gender, either.

momma mia lia California 1186 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting Sophia Marie's M0mmy:" not to get ur hopes up but my aunt had a miscarrage a bad one and 2 weeks later she found out she still was carrying 2 healthy twins so i dunno"


WEIRD!!!!

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting *Conner's Momma*:" WEIRD!!!!"


they were all 3 fraternal twins with their own sacs or watever. she thought she lost her baby and now 2 of them are 18 years old!

Stephany ♡ 1 child; Chesterfield, New Hampshire 2534 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting Vindictive [squash]:" They wouldn't have been able to tell you the gender, either."

yeah i was thinking the same thing too haha.

G[PLM] Due February 18; 18 kids; California 1012 posts
7th Sep '11

ur feeling gas hunny

momma mia lia California 1186 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting OnToTheNext1:" I agree with the other posters, I don't even think the baby moves at 8 weeks. Is it even a baby yet? ... [snip!] ... fetus/ baby. Have you seen what a 8 week old baby looks like? I hope that you didn't have a MC and that it was just a mistake."


YES!!! it is a baby it has a heartbeat brfore then and it does move....involuntarily, but it moves, however it would be pretty hard to feel since it's soo tiny... Maybe to a sensitive person could feel it as early a 12 weeks, idk but 8 I find hard to believe...

momma mia lia California 1186 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting Sophia Marie's M0mmy:" they were all 3 fraternal twins with their own sacs or watever. she thought she lost her baby and now 2 of them are 18 years old!"

That is so crazy! But awesome that she had two of them!!! :)

user banned 1 child; , 52185 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting *Conner's Momma*:" YES!!! it is a baby it has a heartbeat brfore then and it does move....involuntarily, but it moves, ... [snip!] ... feel since it's soo tiny... Maybe to a sensitive person could feel it as early a 12 weeks, idk but 8 I find hard to believe..."


They start moving between 7 and 9 weeks. So the baby could have been moving for a week, or wouldn't have started for another week. The baby is the size of a kidney bean at 8 weeks and surrounded by fluid, so I don't think she was feeling the baby. It's possible she may still be pregnant, and she should demand her ultrasound and bloodwork results, but I don't know why they'd tell her that for no reason

ReesMom2♥MFH 2 kids; Texas 8797 posts
7th Sep '11

At 8 weeks they wouldn't know gender....it's the size of a kidney bean............

momma mia lia California 1186 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting Rebel Pixie:" But what I dont understand, is why the dr from last night wouldnt tell me anything about the ultrasound ... [snip!] ... at 8 weeks. they were faint but still very noticible and when i went in, my old ob clarified that it was indeed the baby moving"


hmm that dr was an as for not telling you anything. some are like that tho... I'd be demanding the info lol it's your baby and ur body!

That girl Amber +2 2 kids; California 6981 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting Rebel Pixie:" But what I dont understand, is why the dr from last night wouldnt tell me anything about the ultrasound ... [snip!] ... at 8 weeks. they were faint but still very noticible and when i went in, my old ob clarified that it was indeed the baby moving"


I'm sorry, I call troll. At the very least, you're full of shit.

Ky's Mama + 1 2 kids; Michigan 1646 posts
7th Sep '11

She said she started feeling movement at 8 wks and supposedly m/c at 12 - they should know the gender at 12.

I don't know about the other stuff OP, but you have every right to your medical info and records - just ask. They can't deny you that.

Best of luck.

Vindictive 50 kids; Switzerland 30558 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting Ky's Mama + 1:" She said she started feeling movement at 8 wks and supposedly m/c at 12 - they should know the gender ... [snip!] ... stuff OP, but you have every right to your medical info and records - just ask. They can't deny you that. Best of luck."


At 12 weeks, there is less than a 50% chance of an accurate guess as to what the gender is.

momma mia lia California 1186 posts
7th Sep '11
Quoting mama BAWSE!:" They start moving between 7 and 9 weeks. So the baby could have been moving for a week, or wouldn't ... [snip!] ... pregnant, and she should demand her ultrasound and bloodwork results, but I don't know why they'd tell her that for no reason"


ya i'd be demanding my info. i wouldnt leave til i got it