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I am 23 days (IVF Transfer) into my pregnancy.
I went for my first ultra sound and it is twins.
Baby A is 12.77mm and a yolk sac is seen.
Baby B is 10.50mm but they could not see a yolk sac.
My HCG level is 16,918.
Is not being able to see a yolk sac normal/Ok in the first u/s or
is baby B not going to develop? Or will it just show up next u/s??
wow those # sound good.. i had my 1st us and today and found out twins also.. they saw both sacs but sizes are only 9.5 and 9.6mm... beta is at 11000...i hope my numbers are ok.. is this ur first ivf???
This would be my 4th IVF
I also have done 5 IUI.
Twins would mean the world to me
because I would never have to put myself thru
this again. Many hardships and alot of tears,
and now I'm still holding my breath!
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