So 2 days after we did the scan, I received a call from Dr W's office informing me of the result.
"So Pauline, your OSCAR result is out, everything is ok, you are low risk".
For a while, I paused.
"Ok, so what does that mean? Everything ok?"
"Ah, ok. What's the ratio?"
I don't remember the exact ratio but it was about 13500+. 2 years ago, with B, the ratio was 1: 15000+.
So it is true, the older the mum gets, the higher the risk. In my case, 2 years difference resulted in a 2000+ difference in the ratio.
Oh wells. Numbers, numbers.
Is it possible to feel baby's movements at 13 weeks? I remember with B, I felt it somewhat early too.. at around 17 weeks. But I swear last night and this morning I felt what definitely resembled baby's movements. So I googled.
According to WebMD.com:
"You should feel your baby's first movements, called 'quickening', between weeks 16 and 25 of your pregnancy. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not feel your baby move until closer to 25 weeks. By the second pregnancy, some women start to feel movements as early as 13 weeks"
So it is possible!!
Could it really be beanie moving?
I guess, baby is about the size of a peach now, so it is possible to feel it's movements right?
Boy oh boy. It is really happening!