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    Oh yup totally agree its rare to see a heart beat so early a scan that early would just be to check for the gestational sac.

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    Californication... I know it wasn't meant for me but I'm going to take your advice... Thanks :-)
    Samilia, I get your anxiety... I'm pretty similar. Wish you all the best!

    No I'm not deaf, I just have selective hearing....

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