I had another round with the ultrasound people today - one of the joys of being of 'advanced maternal age.' No matter - I won't take offense - the tech looked at her chart 2 times because she didn't believe I was 37 years old.
I have pictures - and good news!
First, a nice profile shot of Sprog:
The tech was teaching a student how to use the ultrasound machine, so we got to see what all sorts of buttons did when you pushed them - but I was taken by surprise when they hit one button and the view changed to this:
You can see the side of Sprog's face and Sprog's arm! I've never had a 4D ultrasound before and I was fascinated! It looked more realistic on the screen because it is in all sepia tones.
And now for the good news - I no longer have placenta previa! The placenta has to be at least 2cm off the cervix for placenta previa to be resolved - and the placenta was 3cm off for me. And also, the last time we were there Sprog had some choroid plexus cysts, which in certain situations can be a soft marker for Trisomy 18 - but the cysts were completely gone as well. All in all, it was a great appointment - and, because I am of 'advanced maternal age,' I get to go back in 4 weeks for more picture-taking!