Nah, I think most of us here specialize in neurosis.
How are all the standards? BP? Protein? My first was born 13 minutes into his 36th week and was 5.1 lbs. Decent size for a baby who was four weeks early, but still small for 36 weeks. I'm not sure what his growth looked like as I only had two u/s with him, but none to follow growth. My last two measured large consistently until around 30 weeks then planed out. Oliver was measuring (in some measurements like his head and belly) almost two weeks ahead for a long time. By the time we had my last growth u/s, he was almost spot-on for all measurements for his gestational age. He was born at 37 weeks and weighed one ounce under 7 lbs (two pounds larger and one week earlier than his brother). I wouldn't worry about the growth yet. You could've hit the baby just before a growth spurt, growth could be leveling out a little, or maybe slowing down. As long as you're getting those growth checks, you shouldn't be caught with any sudden surprises with his growth. Those growth scans, coupled with fetal monitoring, kept me marginally sane during the last trimester. Still doesn't mean I wouldn't have dragged a sleeping bag into the lobby to stay if they had allowed it.
I'm not sure on the swelling. Some people, even non-preeclamptics, suffer horrible swelling early on and some preeclamptics don't see swelling. It's really hard to judge based on that; so don't let that discourage you - just file it away and keep track of it in conjunction with anything else going on. You're getting there, and I know it's hard on so many fronts.