Well yesterday was a bit rough for me as I began to bleed in the morning and by nightfall I was really cramping and passing a lot of blood and clots.
I hope I'm not going to give too many details, however I want to make sure I'm doing the right thing before I phone the doctor tomorrow (Monday).
I passed a big clot, about 6cm x 4 cm, and I can only assume that is the yolk sac. We have bagged this and put it in the freezer for me to take to my doc for analysis. I have searched the net but can't find if this is the correct procedure. Should I just put the sac in the fridge or should I put it in the freezer? We do want to have tests done... this just gives a clearer picture of what is happening (3 / 5 have shown chromosomal defects).
Thank you so much.
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