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jamy's picture

Yesterday I passed a 3D echography...wowwww it was really imoressive.....I could see the face of my son and when he moved....wowwwww

I want to know if amish women pass an echography when they are pregnent???

 Here it's the picture of my son Abraham (3D echo)


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Re: Echography

"Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift... that's why they call it the present."

That is awesome!  I had tons of ultrasounds with my 2 girls, but 3D wasn't in our area (at least at the time I was pregnant).  It is absolutely amazing...I can only imagine how it strengthens your bond during pregnancy :-)

Re: Echography

I saw your picture on another post and wonder what it was, now I know Laughing  And now that I know what it is, that is really a remarkable picture!!! 

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Re: Echography

thank you bkcronin....I can't put the picture so I change my avatar for the 3D picture

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Sorry I'm unable to put a picture  snif snif Cry

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