i had an ultrasound at 8w3d and the ultrasound was ordered from a walk in clinic as i hadn't seen my midwife yet. i went to the walk in clinic thursday to get the results and the doctor tried telling me the news was nonurgent but that the babys heart beat was 60. i kept trying to tell the doctor that there was something wrong with a heartbeat so low and he wasn't really listening.
i called my midwife and told her also how my nausea had worn off and my breasts weren't sore anymore and the heartbeat was 60. she sounded so worried and told me she really was thinking the worst...
i spent all of thursday night bawling hysterically thinking this was my second miscarriage about to happen or that had already happened. i couldn't believe it. had myself all worked up.
they booked me another scan for friday morning and i cried all the way to the scan with my mom. i got there and the technician told me there was an error when they typed up the report and the heart beat was 160 at 8w3d.
can you believe that? i thought all hope was lost.
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