We were totally prepared for bad news, we weren't prepared for more uncertainty. We're measuring a week behind a 6w1d instead of 7w1d. Doc didnt find a clear heartbeat...maybe a flicker but he wasn't sure....but that's consistent with 6w1d. We have to go back Tuesday for another ultrasound to see if there is growth. He said he's seen successful pregnancies that started out like this, that there is still hope but we should also be cautious. Hopefully next week brings more clarity.
It is comforting to know it's at least been growing up to the 6w1d mark and maybe just got a very late start, doc gave us some reasons for that but i didnt pay a ton of attention because I was just waiting for him to get to the point.
The good news is that it is NOT ectopic, which was a concern with the low hch numbers. So I'm trying to be content with that silver lining for now.
Tuesdays appointment didnt go well. There was no growth and no heartbeat. Another loss. We have a d&c scheduled for Monday morning. We'll have the tissue tested this time around to see if there was a chromosomal abnormality or if I need to go through more testing to try and explain the multiple losses. We're coping pretty well considering.
Me: 30, DH: 37 TTC#1 since 8/20166/20/17: Azoospermia confirmed after 2 SA9/8/17: failed mTESE - no sperm3/27/18: dIUI #1 - CP
May 2018: IVF#1 (11 mature retrieved, 9 fertilized, 3 to blast, 1 transferred) BFN
FET#1 July 16 BFP - MC @ 9w
FET#2 November 2018?
Me: 34 DH: 35
Married: 5 years
TTC: 5 years
Diagnosis: Male Factor
4 Failed I.U.I's with Clomid in 2017
Retreival #1: 12/17= 9 eggs, 6 fertilized, 2 frozen 5dp
Fresh Transfer #1: 12/17- BFN
FET #1: 3/18- CP Beta #1= 30 & Beta #2= 26
Retreival #2: 6/18= 16 eggs, 10 fertilized, 5 frozen 6dp
FET #2: 7/18 - M/C at 9 weeks Beta #1= 229 & Beta #2= 444
FET #3: scheduled for 12/7/18