I'm a frequent member of the Preg. after Loss board after having 2 m/c this year before concieving again this cycle..
I'm currently 5 weeks 4 days and had a U/S today because my numbers were so high doc thought i was further along..
There were 3 sacs..
One clearly with an Embryo yolk sac.. the other two smaller one appeared to have debris in it possibly dissolving yolk? and the other one he didn't really say.. i thought i saw a sac in it but it was hard to tell he was moving around so fast..
Twins don't run in my family so this was a shocker to him and me..
What i'm wondering however is how many woman had multiples where one or two of the sacs were significantly smaller that actually turned out to be viable? tis goin to be a long wait till my next U/S at 8 weeks.. before i know more..
Christina (34) DH (38)- 1 D/S Oct-2003, M/C April 2010, M/C June 2010 (possible twins) ~oOo~ BFP on 8/15/2010~oOo~ come on baby stick baby stick!! ~oOo~
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