In Reply to: possible blighted ovum HELP NOW posted by Kris on March 03, 1999 at 15:57:22:
Kris -- what wonderful news! I'm so happy for you, & it gives me some hope that maybe a better machine will show better results for me too. (The timing, unfortunately, is less encouraging; since I just had my ultrasound yesterday, your heartbeat still showed up sooner than mine will.) It's interesting what your doctor said about Clomid. I actually have been taking it & was wondering if it was allowing blighted ova to implant when they wouldn't have otherwise... No, they haven't been taking HCG levels, though they did last time; it's somthing I should ask about. I had one more question for you: my doctor mentioned seeing the two gestational sacs but didn't say anything about a yolk sac in either one. Can you explain the difference between a gestational sac & a yolk sac? Did your doctor say anything about the importance of seeing one? Thanks for your support & CONGRATULATIONS!
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