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Old Apr 2nd, 2017, 03:53 AM   1
Mumof4or5
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Is it twins? 3 weeks til next scan!!!!


This is my 5th pregnancy, first was a miscarriage followed by 3 healthy children. I can't Shift this feeling that I'm carrying more then one baby,the pregnancy feels completely different to my others, I'm exhausted and feel constantly sick without actually being sick.on my scan picture I'm sure I can see two yolks, this was taken at just under six weeks. As I was leaving the room the lady said she could of missed a twin but I will find out at the twelve week scan. Do they have to tell you it's multiple if they think it's not viable and will vanish,why would she say that? Can you lovely ladies look at my scan and tell me what you think. Thanks.this is my first post so please be gentle lol



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Old Apr 3rd, 2017, 04:09 AM   2
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Anybody?



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Old Apr 3rd, 2017, 16:26 PM   3
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I wish I could help, but I don't know anything about reading sonograms. I hope that I'll be able to understand what I'm seeing when I have my first ultrasound in a week.
I know this wasn't the answer you were looking for, but didn't want to read and run.

Good luck at your next scan.



 
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Old Apr 3rd, 2017, 16:31 PM   4
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Thank you for replying anyway, thought I would of had more replies by now. Good luck with your scan in a weeks time.i will definitely come back and give an update on mine in 3 weeks time x



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Old Apr 3rd, 2017, 17:38 PM   5
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Thanks.
Awesome, well, I'm subscribed now, so if you post the update here, I'll definitely see it!



 
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Old Apr 4th, 2017, 00:17 AM   6
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Your scan picture isn't really clear to me and I can't imagine that anyone would be able to say much better than your sonographer who isn't even sure. My twins were di/di so they were in entirely separate sacs and very easy to distinguish. There were actually three sacs, but the third never developed beyond a yolk sac and reabsorbed. According to my sonographer, given that the third sac was so behind the other two which already contained fetal poles and heartbeats, it was unlikely to survive. You'll know more at your next scan. Good luck.



 
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Old Apr 7th, 2017, 02:55 AM   7
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First scan I had with my twins was at 14+5 weeks so no clue what early scans are supposed to look like. Good luck with your pregnancy and birth either way!



 
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Old Apr 7th, 2017, 03:39 AM   8
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Iv started spotting slight brown from last night, iv contacted my gp and he rung the epu but they can't fit me in til Tuesday. Iv felt so lethargic and constantly sick with this pregnancy and constantly cramped from the beginning. Has anyone had brown spotting and the baby been OK? This pregnancy has been completely different from my others from the start.waiting til Tuesday for another scan is going to be hard so just wondering if any of you had good outcomes after spotting and also if it can be another sign of multiples as I still can't Shift this feeling that there is more then one baby.



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Old Apr 7th, 2017, 12:37 PM   9
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Brown spotting is not normally a concern as that usually indicates old blood. Spotting is common in twin pregnancies, I had several incidents of pinkish spotting (freaked out each time!), but babies were always fine. Pregnancy symptoms are different with every woman and child(ren), so it's not necessarily an indicator of more than one. Case in point, I didn't have much sickness at all in my twin pregnancy. Hope that gives you some clarity and comfort.



 
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Old Apr 7th, 2017, 12:49 PM   10
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Thank you for replying. When I say constantly sick I mean it's like constantly feeling travel sick various times throughout the day or normally the smell of food being cooked triggers it,but I haven't actually been sick once. With my miscarriage I didn't even know I was pregnant until it happened and I was taken in, I was more tired then normal but that was it. I didn't feel sick with my boys atall, just hungry constantly and had backache, with my daughter I felt slightly sick in the morning with sore boobies. I didn't have any issues during my other pregnancys so this brown bleeding has freaked me out quite a bit, but Iv been Googling and it does seem quite common. I'm hoping my midwife rings before Tuesday with an earlier appointment, at least that way I will know everything is OK once Iv had a scan. You would think it gets easier the more pregnancies you have but this pregnancy has definitely shown me otherwise lol.im going to stay upbeat and not stress until Tuesday, well I will try anyway lol.



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