Hi, any mom knows about the normal level for free beta hCG and Papp A? I am really worried about mine. My next appointment will be next week. But i am too worried as the doctor dun want to discuss it over the phone
Able to schedule earlier date?
- I am pretty worried now as I am having light bleeding. Did a check and was positive, when to gynae but unable to detect anything. Gynae requested for a blood test and confirmed pregnancy. However i am still very worried about my bleeding. My gynae fix for an appt next week. How to deal with this anxiety?
Hi dear, thank you for sharing. Big hug for you ❤️❤️ I know this week is going to be tough, and you feel like things are out of your control and you don’t know whether your baby’s okay... it’s okay to feel anxious and worried, but at the same time, focus on what you can do. Take your folic acid every day. Don’t overexert yourself and make sure you eat and sleep well. Take yourself out of any stressful situations/environments. Get your husband to spend more time with you this week. I don’t know what next week will bring but I pray that you and your little one will be alright. ❤️ P.S. eat some chocolate. It helps.Joycee
- I went for a check up in March and by the size of the baby, I was 9 weeks pregnant. That was my first ultrasound and was told that the baby have a weak heartbeat. Is it normal? Am worried. My next appointment is next month. Hopefully all is well. :(Anonymous
- Hi mummies, Im wondering if it’s normal not to have gained any weight at week 19, and tummy doesnt seem to have grown bigger or become harder >.< next appointment with gynae is still 2 wks away so getting abit worried if things are normal! Appreciate all the sharing and advice :)
As long as gynae says no issue during ultrasound, then should be no issue. I’ve had little weight gain, less than 2kg, since pregnancy and I’m in my 18th week also. I didn’t have any bad morning sickness, whereby I keep vomiting although my appetite was reduced in my first trimester and has only recovered up to 70-80% of my usual before-pregnancy appetite. I hope to keep it that way as too much weight gain is not good and hard to reduce after you give birth. Most important is whether baby is growing, not just how much weight you gain. You may gain 10-20kg but baby may still be around 2-3kg when you give birth. Then, you’re stuck with the weight after giving birth.Anonymous