Wednesday, April 08, 2009

No cause for concern

I think I just need to not get concerned anytime anything seems odd anymore. I had a doctor's appointment yesterday and when I inquired further with the doctor about the reason the receptionist gave me when I called to find out about the early ultrasound it turns out it was scheduled because the hospital thinks women women pregnant with twins should have ultrasounds every 2-3 weeks and since my regular doctor wasn't in the office his replacement went ahead and scheduled it. My own doctor tends to not be overly keen on ultrasounds so he was planning to wait 4 weeks.

The whole "your cervix is measuring 33-37 weeks" thing? Ya, it was 33-37mm - totally normal, closed - nothing going on whatsoever.

So I'm just going to try to chill from now on - these scares all seem to be for nothing. Although hey, I'd rather worry for nothing than for something!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


I agree, better to be worried for nothing... although probably best to be not worried at all (ie: have nothing to be worried about AND not be worried).