Okay things arent matching up. Like I said before, I have a 2 year old daughter and I am experiencing my 2nd miscarriage. I had a D&C to remove the 9 week gestation( 1st miscarriage). They sent it out for lab work and my Doc called me and said that the fetus had Hydrops Villi. Im an ultrasound tech so i know a little about that, however i really didnt do much research after I found out. Now with my second miscarriage underway, im researching more and hydrops villi goes with a molar pregnancy, my baby had a heartbeat, a molar pregnancy is not a "live" pregnancy so it was NOT a molar pregnancy. So hears my question. My friend who is a tech at a high risk OB facility said I need to get checked for factor V. Because this last pregnany did not develop, only my sac. I have an enlarged spleen, and i have Med sponge kidneys that are highly vascular and she said that could be a reason why they baby was not able to implant into my UT and why I lost the first one at 9 wks. Do you think my old Doc had the wrong test results from my first miscarriage and i could actually have factor V or am I confused somewhere along the line??
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