As a few of you saw on the facebook page earlier, we had our anatomy scan today!
(Yes, we know what the baby is now, and yes, I will be telling you all VERY soon... after we do something a little special for our family!)
I went into the scan today really nervous. Not only because I'm always nervous now during ultrasounds, but also because of today's specific set up. Both DH and little man came with to the ultrasound today, and the weather was supposed to be bad later in the day. It actually did rain on the way home. That was significantly reminiscent of the ultrasound in which I was told I was going to miscarry. Thankfully, everything went really well. We were given ALL good news today.
The most important thing is that the mass/hemorrhage/whatever it was is COMPLETELY gone!!!!! While we were looking at the ultrasound, I was scanning it trying to find where I thought it was last time, but in the six weeks since I've had my last ultrasound, the baby has grown a lot, and it was hard to tell. I asked the tech about it, and she was having trouble seeing anything as well. She did her part of the scan and then the specialist came to the room.
I was able to confirm with the maternal fetal medicine specialist that the mass is completely gone. She couldn't even find it! This is such great news. All the worrying, all the fear about what this unknown mass was going to do throughout the pregnancy is gone. The possibility of having an ultrasound every few weeks or even every week until the end of the pregnancy is gone as well, thankfully.