hi i whent for my 2nd us today there is now a yolk sac in my pregnancy sac can someone tell me if this is a good sign the midwife said it is i have to go back in a week to see if the fetal pole is there or should i say if it has growning cause she said there is a little fetal pole there but is too small to measure is this a good sign from lindsey xx
On 1-12-10 I went to my doctor had the ultrasound the sac can be seen ,no heartbeat, or yolk, before d&c is even discussed my doctor took some blood. Will get levels of HCg then 7-10 days later draw more blood if HCG level rise that means the baby is growing. And that I was not as far long enough to see the heartbeat. Bottom line I got preg. later than I thought. I can only hope I'm not ready to give up on my baby. If the second blood test does not show increase levels of HCG my baby just stop growing and D&C needes to be done so I can let my body heal. We want to try again
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