aikee, this is really a difficult situation. I'm so sorry you're going through this.
Do you have access to surgery? What does your doctor say?
my next appt in my ob is on tuesday... i hope they can survive
Prayers for you, aikee. I hope you keep us updated.
You need to consider your own safety and health, here.
When I did IVF, my doctor told me that if it resulted in triplets, he would recommend a "reduction," meaning that in the early stages it is possible to remove one embryo without harming the remaining embryos. He said he would recommend a particular specialist in a different city, not anyone local, so apparently this is very delicate work. However, this is not a complete answer because a cornual pregnancy is a very serious problem in itself. I'm kind of surprised they are waiting until Tuesday to have a further discussion with you, unless the embryo is not implanted so high as to be of immediate threat to you. I would ask to see the high-risk ob-gyn right away. If one is cornual, it might cause you to lose all three or yourself, but if the one can be removed, it *might* be possible to save the other two. I know this is a sad choice, but you are at risk too, so you really must take your doctor's advice. Please ask your ob-gyn for a referral to a high-risk ob-gyn if he does not suggest it, and if a reduction is suggested, ask the high-risk doctor to refer you to the surgeon who is the best in the region for doing that kind of procedure.
Good luck, sweetheart.
thanks... but i can't feel any pain... hope they all can survive or the other remaining baby's can.