7weeks 6days carrying twins but not heartbeat found
Hey everyone, I am 20yrs old and pregnant with what I thought was my first child. I went to the ER last night because I was having some minor spotting and some cramping. They did an internal u/s and said that they found two babies and a yolk sak, but that they could not detect a heartbeat. The doctor told me that I should prepare to miscarry, but that I could go to the doctor in a couple days to try again. I am scared because I really want to have two healthy babies. I have read so much online about how the heartbeat could show up later and Im having everyone I know pray. I only started spottin after having intercourse during my pregnancy and the cramping feels more like bad gas. I just need some support. Anyone have any advice?
I lost the twins but somehow there is still a baby inside??? Im so confused....the baby inside still didnt have a heartbeat, but I am no longer bleeding or cramping....I just keep praying and hoping for a miracle!!!
How r u sweety? How did things go? Im so sorry to hear about ur loss...i couldn't imagine ur pain. jus dnt give up girl! Its hard i know but i truly believe everything happens for a reason. God bless u!
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