I was admitted to the ER for days ago @8w4d along. I went in for severe abdominal pain and I was worried about my unborn. They ran blood tests, took cultures, and has a sono tech come down. They let me see my baby for the first time and measured him/her and the heartbeat. My baby was 2cm long but only had a heart rate of 91bpm. The tech said it was strong but ounce been reading everything that that's concern for a miscarriage. This is my first pregnancy and today I'm 9w1d and I don't see my OBGYN until I'm 9w6d.
Went to my Ob-Gyn yesterday and had another sono. My baby is doing amazingly well. Heartbeat is at a rapid 154bpm and is exactly where he/she needs to be measuring at; 10weeks today (: Doctor told me not to worry about anything. I'm so thrilled to know my angel baby is healthy and I love being able to look at him/her anytime I want.
Btw, the Doctor says that every woman is different and most likely the heart had just started beating which is why it was so low.
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