Quoting Mrs. Dexter Morgan:" I got ripped off! I conceived on birth control and only had the one because heart beats were consistent."I know most of the time they won't do it because insurance won't pay.
Quoting Mrs. Dexter Morgan:" Unless its your first pregnancy, you don't get an early ultrasound. "
Quoting Daenerys™:" I know most of the time they won't do it because insurance won't pay. "
Quoting Yurvette [♥]:" I got a early u/s with my youngest. Some places do it right then and there if they have the machine. "
Quoting KDJ's mommy:" I was planning on telling them around the 12 week mark, after the most delicate period is over. With ... [snip!] ... exactly is and when are the lifting restrictions? Working at a Dr's office, I may be put in the situation to assist people."
Quoting Due w/ a little boy!:" I have heard no more then 25 lbs altogether."
Quoting KDJ's mommy:" What about my 40lb toddler??? I pick her up all the time. Kind of hard to avoid ha."
Quoting Amber Lemon:" my work found out from someone else lol. I called corporate to ask a quick question about medical leave. ... [snip!] ... answered it and all that but then the next day i went to work and my boss was like "umm i got an email saying you are pregnant""Wow, that sounds like a violation of your privacy.
Quoting Mrs. Dexter Morgan:" That's true. I didn't have the best insurance."Neither did I, my OB told me the circumstances when my insurance would cover ultrasounds and that they wouldn't just cover an early ultrasound for no reason but I have a history of miscarriage so I get an ultrasound as soon as I go to my first prenatal appointment.
Quoting KDJ's mommy:" What about my 40lb toddler??? I pick her up all the time. Kind of hard to avoid ha."That is also a question I have heard of being asked. Well another thing as well is that I have heard (do quote if I am wrong) is that if you are already used to it then you should be fine. Personally me I don't have any children except the little one on the way. So therefore when I pick up anyone elses children I have to be super cautious since it's not what I am completely used to. So I would say it's probably ok, and if you are unsure, I would call the ob office and ask them what they would recommend your limit to be. Hope this helps.