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    Interesting thread. I have my 7 weeks scan next week and had 2 embryos transferred this time. I am curious if it's twins and just want to know. I am feeling different this pregnancy and just have this full feeling in the tummy, even sleeping on my belly just feels different than my other pregnancies.

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    Kimberleygal! I think I remember you from 2010/2011 Perth threads!

    I found out at the 6week scan. My HCGs didn't really suggest twins. I remember feeling really tired even before my 4week bt. Sleeping every afternoon. But I didn't have another pregnancy to compare to.

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speckled View Post
    Kimberleygal! I think I remember you from 2010/2011 Perth threads!

    I found out at the 6week scan. My HCGs didn't really suggest twins. I remember feeling really tired even before my 4week bt. Sleeping every afternoon. But I didn't have another pregnancy to compare to.

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    yes speckled, how are you? Wow on twins, that's awesome. I'm extremely tired too, more so than my other pregnancies this early.

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    Spud, could it be one twin was a natural conception?

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    Hi ladies,
    Hope ur all doing well and coping ok in this heat!

    Tap - yes we thought of this but highly unlikely as ivf drugs before egg pick up stop release of eggs and after egg pick up any DTD we may have done there wouldn't have been any eggs to fertilize. Plus we know we transferred two!!

    Most recent scan showed 2 healthy babies just dating17 and 15 weeks!!
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    One of my ladies ended up as IUGR, and measured below her sister the entire pregnancy. One placenta had less blood flow than the other (not TTT), they weren't identical, but the discovered I had uterine vascular resistance. I always thought it was fabulous having super light periods, until I got pregnant.


 

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