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I figured you guys have probably seen many ultrasounds with multiples. I just had my ultrasound done this week. Im 5 6weeks and some days. My husband took the pictures took one look and said there is two sacs in there....I looked and OMG there is something that looks like it too. I dont know if the ultrasound tec would have said something or not. But I also think its pretty far from the other sac so im not sure if its even possible. Tell me what you think Thanks
I see what you're taking about - do you think it could be an ovary? I don't know if techs are allowed to tell you anything or not but I would think they might mention twins or two sacs if they saw that. I probably would call my OB as soon as I could - it would bug the heck out of me not knowing
Good luck and KUP!!
Jen, mom to Danika 6, and twins Owen & Rhys 3 (how did that happen!?!)
I would call and see what the OB thinks. It could be an ovary- but I'm not positive. They can be far apart- mine were. In fact, at my 6 week they thought there was 1 and I made them look around some more.
Sorry I have no advice. I see what you mean, but my babies were hiding one behind the other. The tech only discovered the second one because she had trouble getting a heart rate at 7 weeks. I would talk to your OB, maybe you can get a second u/s when you are a bit further along, like 7 or 8 weeks.
Frances (27), Frankie (33), Francesca (12), Antonio (10), Xavier (2) and Gabriel Cortes and Frankie Rey Jr. (9 mo) !
My gut instinct says it's an ovary, and like someone else pointed out, it looks like it's outside the uterus. You can also see the side of a black circle on the left side just outside and above the uterus that is probably the other ovary.
And techs generally will say something. Ours broke the news to us, although it was pretty obvious after the initial shock.