I found out almost three weeks ago that I am pregnant. I have two miracle babies that are three and four years of age. I was diagnosed with a unicornaute uterus four years ago. I went to my first ultrasound with this pregnancy and they found gestial sac and yolk sac no fetus. I will get another one on October 2nd. The waiting has been very stressful. My specialists says he is optimistic about this pregnancy. Wish I was. I am so worried that its a blighted ovum or a miss miscarriage. Need prayers and postive thoughts. I know that I am very blessed with my two beautiful kids. Just knowing we can add another to our family well maybe. I am such a wreck.
I found out today it was in fact a blighted ovum. My first one very sad. I get a d and c early morning. We can't believe there was no fetus. We were devasted. I am so thankful for my two beautiful kids that we have already. Still this is a sad loss and a very emotional thing to go through.
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