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April 9th, 2013, 03:36 PM
melissaabb melissaabb is offline
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I hope this is the right place to post. It might be easier if I just write down what my paper here says..

"There is one sac with a mean sac diameter of 1.3 cm and one sac with mean sac diameter of 1.0 cm, approximate gestational age 6 weeks. Neither sac contains a yolk sac or fetal pole. There is small cystic focus measuring 0.5 cm which represents a small bleed although conceivably could represent a third gestational sac, disproportionate in size. There is a large subchorionic bleed measuring 5.5 x 4.1 by 2.0 cm.

Summary:
Twin pregnancy with the possibility of a third small gestational sac. No fetal poles are identified although this is not abnormal given the early gestational age. Nonetheless, no yolk sacs are visible and this does raise concern for viability. There is a large subchorionic bleed."

I am looking for some thoughts on this? Am I experiencing a blighted ovum? Well two or three? Or could there be a chance (please!!) that this will be a successful twin pregnancy?
I go in tomorrow to have my hcg levels checked again, but I heard that they will still rise if it's a blighted ovum. And then another ultrasound on monday. But waiting sucks!
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