I went to see a specialist. The doctor checked the back of the baby's neck for fluid and also checked the bones on the nose - both early indicators of Downs Syndrome. So far, so good. The doctor said there aren't any indicators that she can see. Baby is growing well, is now 3.26 inches. Heart rate is 165.
But we have a prankster for a baby already.... When the nurse did the ultrasound, the baby refused to move, no matter how hard the nurse pressed on my stomach. The baby moved, but refused to get into a different position for the nurse to see the back of the neck to check for fluid.
Then the doctor came in and baby was moving all over the place. Doctor said, "We have a yo-yo baby!" But she was able to get one good view of the neck.
I have to do more testing at week 17 and they are concerned with my blood pressure. The other hope is that the placenta will move up, because it's at the bottom right now.
Below are two pictures of the same for the ultrasound. Imagine you are facing the baby. The head is tucked to the chest. The arm on the left is up (think "fist pump") and is hiding part of the face. The right arm goes across the chest.
It's a little difficult to see, sorry. I had to get two nurses to show me before I saw the baby!