First I want to say a huge big thank you to those who went over to Marwil’s blog to support her in her time of need. I noticed some of you really spoke from the heart, and I know that she appreciated it. My heart still goes out to her as she makes the decision to end the pregnancy – it is such a heart breaking situation and because she is pretty much at the same stage as me it is really close to home.
Well onto my W20D6 scan.
And the heart, with its divisions, beating so beautifully. Of course I had to tell Dr K about Marwil and as that heart beat so wonderfully, I couldn’t help feel a bit sad and just wish I could send that gift of life to her.
My little baba is doing so well and I am so grateful. And I don’t take that for granted for one second.
Before we went in for the scan he dropped one piece of news which I am still digesting. He had a chat with my Dr R from the fertility clinic about my laparoscopy and how bad things are in there and if it will prevent a natural birth. And apparently they went and got my file and looked me up and came to the conclusion that I have to have a Cesarean birth. There are just too many fibroids and endo inside me to go any other way.
I’m kind of disappointed that I won’t be able to have a natural birth after having read all those books, but it’s also a bit of relief at the same time that I won’t have to push.
So long as that baby comes out I’m happy.