It's twins! At least for now. There were two sacks, both with yolk sacs in them. One was measuring 5 weeks 5 days (which is what I am today) and the other was 5 weeks 3 days. The doctor told us that in 20% of twin pregnancies one will vanish. I go back on 1/6 to hopefully hear heartbeats!View Thread
My beta today was 813. That is a doubling time of 47.6 hours, which I guess is pretty good. The Dr. said I can decrease my progesterone to two times a day instead of 3. I go back for my 3rd on Thursday.View Thread
Becky (35) DH (31) TTC for over 3 years. MFIF DS(11) DD(5) IVF1 (Long Lupron) 3/10 BFN IVF2 (Long Lupron) 2/11 BFN IVF3 (Antagonist) 12/11 BFP!!! ET 12/5 - BETA 12/16 - 285!!!
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