I know it's probably bad news, but I was just wondering if anyone has ever heard any stories with positive outcomes after not finding a gestational sac during a vaginal ultrasound.
A little background info:
I did IVF 3 years ago (my husband has azoospermia) and were extremely lucky to have success the first round! We transferred the remaining 2 embryos to try for a 2nd child. My first beta at 9dp5dt was only 29, which didn't look good considering it was 125 with my daughter. Second beta came back at only 32 so I was sure it was a CP, but I returned for a 3rd beta 4 days later and it had risen to 166! Had an OB appointment 5 days later and my HCG was up to 1170- a glimmer of hope! But, today (5 days after my last beta) and nothing could be seen at all on the ultrasound. The tech searched pretty thoroughly in my ovaries as well. She said it's possible it's just early (she said they couldn't see her pregnancy with one of her children until 8 weeks), she said my uterus at least looked typical for a pregnancy. They took yet another beta, I'm anxious to hear the results and at least know what direction my levels are moving. Anyone ever heard of a crazy story where I sac just appeared this late in pregnancy? Or is this just doomed to just be a chemical or even an ectopic? Thanks for letting me vent! I'm driving my husband crazy talking about this!
Me: 27/ DH: 29
Dx: obstructive azoospermia
IVF#1: October 2015
10/7/2015: ER 11 retrieved, 8 mature, 7 fertilized w/ ICSI
10/12/2015: Transferred 5AA and 4AA blasts, froze one 4AA and 4BB
Beta #1 9dp5dt: 122!!! BFP!
Singleton, due June 2016