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  • glinda glinda's Avatar 08-26-05 | 10:58 AM
  • A level II u/s is more involved. The first time I was so fixated on counting fingers and toes. They can see everything internally. They check on the chambers of the heart, kidneys etc. They can tell if there is a cleft palate. They measure the babies and can give you approximate weights. I loved watching them squirm around. Arianna used to swing and kick Spencer. Not much has changed in the outside world
     
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    I had level IIs every 4 weeks starting with week 20. My mother came with me to one of my level IIs. It was the first time the babies weren't shy and kicked up their legs. The tech said do you want to know gender? I was prepared to wait and be surprised. Of course, my mother starting screaming "I want to know" so we found out then and there.

    The babies are doing great. They grow so fast
     
    . Thanks for asking.
  • EllenZ EllenZ's Avatar 08-26-05 | 04:10 PM
  • Missy I'm so sorry to hear about your scare. I'm happy that eveything looked good on the u/s. Just keep your feet up and I'm sure the cramping will stop and you will start to feel much better.

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