The 20 week ultrasound went well, if not a bit long and painful! Geeze! It is a testament to pregnancy exhaustion that at one point I dozed off, and at the time the tech was pressing on my very full bladder and other bits of my anatomy. Oy.
Both still boys, both very active and healthy. They are measuring 20 weeks, 6 days, or their heads are, I'm not sure. But baby A weighs 13 oz and baby B weighs 12 oz, so that is a 1 oz, and 1 % difference, which is good stuff according to the doctor.
Speaking of my bladder, I have suddenly, as of today, reached the phase where I really have to go, but not much comes out. Oh fully empty bladder, how I will miss you. I was so freaked out about it, and some other lady bits irritation that I called the doctor and they fit me in for a quick urine screen and looking over by the good doctor himself. I was pronounced "very pregnant with twins", and no bladder infection. So I guess this is just gonna be one of those things I cope with. The doctor said that baby A was probably (is probably) on my bladder and it's irritating my bladder. Hopefully, he'll get tired of hanging out down there, and go up and bother his brother who is apparently responsible for all of those tickles I feel in my ribs and sides.
The facility we went to today was not as swank as the place we went to for all our other scans, and both Husband and I were sort of, well, aware of it. The machines weren't as fancy, and we didn't get a CD of the boys, or any 3d pictures, which we've become accustomed to. However, this place is much closer to home, thus much better for when I'm on restricted activity. I'll be going to the hospital for my non-stress tests and that's even closer to our house. Ho hum. It's hard being a princess.
I'm about to take my sorry, sleepy pregnant butt and plant it on the couch. Anybody watching, The Chior on BBC America? It makes me wanna sing!