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also, they arent close together like youd see most twins, not sharing the same thing. sorry the word has blanked me..
its like one is in front and the other is a bit further back kind of thing... im not getting my hopes up of course.. but id love to know what it was. as i asked my dr but he didnt answer me. so im kinda confused.
Good luck though, lets hope you get some answers next week.
So it could've been that? It's when at implantation the bleed doesn't come out and pools rather than re-absorbs straight away
AKA- 2_little_monkeys or 2 little angels
At 6weeks you can see a heart beat so if both sacs were flickering on screen most likely to be twins.
Also most U/S come with a bit of paper that the docs have to write down what they see including EDD etc. etc. It should say on there if they saw one or two sacs. Did you not see that piece of paper?
Legally the people doing the scan (unless it's a doctor) can not tell you what they see as it then has to go onto a doctor who does an evaluation. They just take the pictures so that's probly why she didn't say anything.
I would be demanding answers and just a hint, when you've had the scan and they ask if you'd like the results sent to your Dr say no and pick them up yourself! Your doc gets a copy anyway and you'll have your own copy and you get to read the paper first to see what's going on with bubs!
I learnt this one after the lady said everything was fine at 12week scan then being told by my doc that their were problems!!!
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