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    Hi everyone...
    I have just found out I am almost 7 weeks pregnant with twins. On Thursday I had my first scan and the sonographer said that he could see the 2 sacks, but he was concerned as he could see nothing inside. He said that it either may be too early or I am in early stages of a miscarriage :-( That in itself scared me... He wants me to go back in 2 weeks for another scan to confirm either way...

    This morning I woke up with with no pains what so ever but I had some light spotting. I know that with early pregnancy there can be light spotting but I am really getting concerned even more so now. So, my question is- should I wait for the 2 week scan update or is it best that I get a emergency scan on Tuesday?

    With my last 3 pregnancies I never Najaf any of these issues so I have Jo idea what to expect especially as this pregnancy is my first set of twins...

    Please help... TIA

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    Maybe try posting in the multiple births area they are great helpers. Sorry not much help.

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    Ok thanks a lot I will try

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    Unfortunately I think if you opt for an early scan tues you won't see anything different. You really do need to wait two weeks to see if little ones develop a heart beat. All the best during this tough time, fingers crossed for you x

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    Thank you Bel, I think this will be the longest 2 weeks for me then..I must be blind then am unable to find the 'multiple births' section

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    Parents of multiple births sorry I'm not sure how to link it
    Last edited by mumbron; 08-06-2013 at 10:01.

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    That's fine, could you please tell me which category it's listed under?

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    Go to special interest and then click on parents of multiple births

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    Thankyou very much. I have found it


 

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