OB, wand, kenobi

We met with the OB today and I actually quite like him. Seemed to be unfazed by my neurosis. He’s sending me to a specialist to check up on my ticker…(heart arrhythmia? no idea how to spell that.) It’s an old problem that seems to be a little more prominent since the Bubble. There was no wand today but I was very comfortable with him and think he would not be heavy handed should he ever wield the wand.

In terms of being able to get us from now across the universe to holding a baby Bubble, he came across as the guy who’d listen to all your concerns, acknowledge your fears, and put you in the best hands if he felt the situation was beyond his expertise. All in all, I liked him – and I was expecting to not like him.

Two milestones in two days. Heartbeat and OB. Still working on the new masthead. I’ve come to realize that even if this becomes a pregnancy after IVF blog then we lose Bubble, it will never be what it was again. So I’m getting ready to make a shift. Not quite yet. But soon.



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5 responses to “OB, wand, kenobi

  1. Sil

    Yeah, so glad you like him. And can’t wait to see the new masthead.

  2. That’s great that you liked him so much! We meet with our OB in a week and a half. Just a short 6 days after our 8w ultrasound.

    I hope our appointments are just as good as yours.

  3. The title of your post cracked me up. So funny.

    Oh happy dually successful day. Amazing OB. check. Heartbeat. check.

    I’m wondering about the arrhythmia (you spelled it correctly). When did you notice it being more prominently with bubble? I’ve been having what feels like a fluttering in my chest for the past few days. It’s most noticeable in the morning when I wake up and before I get out of bed. Weird. Can this be a very early pg indicator? I’m only 9dp3dt, so I’m grasping at straws!! LOL. 2ww will do that to girl.

    • onepinkline

      I noticed it about 8dp5dt. Just a slight feeling of my breath being caught in my chest and a few quick beats. I also had cramping and twinges galore and a swollen, sore bosom. Are you going to poas? The 2ww is hell. Good Luck.

  4. sprogblogger

    Very glad you like OB. I think it’s important. And I agree – can’t wait to see the new masthead!

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