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7 weeks no heartbeat

I am pregnant with my second child I completed an FET with 2 grade A embryos transfered on August 10th.  I went for my 2nd ultrasound today and they saw 2 sacs one was empty and the other they was not though there was no heartbeat.  Last week I went and they only saw one sac and said things looked good. The doctor wants me to come back in 5 days though seems pretty certain the pregnancy is not viable.  I am so stressed has anyone had something similar with a positive outcome.  He said there is less than a 10% chance the pregnancy will continue.  This wait seems worse than the 2 week wait.....
many baby wishes to all
Bobbie
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1000766 tn?1296746001
Since you had a transfer done, you know the exact dates related to your pregnancy.  This could be why your doctor is not as optimistic.  If you had gotten pregnant through just intercourse, then the doctor would probably just assume that your dates are off.  The best thing you can do is not worry and just hope that the baby's heartbeat will appear soon.  I wish you the best of luck.
1765952 tn?1314719881
bless ya, i know that a baby heartbeats at around 6 wks, so im sure there is a chance that it can still work out well, maybe your lil one implanted a lil late and is slightly behind in growth?
Thank god for science else most of us would have never seen a BFP BUT...... science can never outdo nature and does not know everything, still have faith that lil one will be ok, I wish you all the luck in the world and pray for a positive outcome for you, x
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