I went to the Dr and at 6 weeks 6 days after IVF procedure. They found 2 sacs. 1 sac was empty and 1 sac had a fetal pole and low heartrate of 79. Now what? They want me back in 5 days to see if any improvement. Now I'm sad and worried. Any suggetions? Hope? Ideas?
I realize it's been over a month since you posted this comment and question. I hope all has turned out well. I too am in the same boat. I went in last week for a 6w ultrasound and found 2 sacs - one small and empty, and the other larger with a yolk sac. I was told it just might be too soon to see a heart beat. Not sure how to feel. Sad? Worried? Hopeful? I just need one good egg! Unfortunately, my doc is out of town and I can't get back in for another 2 weeks! The waiting is so hard. Some days I feel terrible, other days I feel good which makes me worry. Again, I hope all is going well for you.
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