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    Thanks for checking in @liketak @Sue77 we just had our scan and its twins! I am in shock..

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    Why did I poas with a digital? I have no idea what this line looks like so I'm flying blind. BT is Wednesday and I'm 8dp5dt

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    @lilypily looks promising my dear..

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    Quote Originally Posted by babee View Post
    Thanks for checking in @liketak @Sue77 we just had our scan and its twins! I am in shock..
    Babee OMFG!!! What was your hcg like? Was it high off the bat?

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    Babee your 2 untested embys are twins! I'm in shock

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    Babee bloody brilliant how exciting congratulations. Lilypily looks like a BFP to me :0).

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    Yep it's a BFP but I have had 6 chem pregs so very very cautious and waiting now for BT day

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    thanks guys @lilypiy congrats looks like a big BFP to me - did you put 2 in?? my last hcg was at 6 weeks 1 day and it was 23300.. I have been googeling that and it seems a lot of single babies can be at this level so wasn't sure. I have been feeling super tired though.. I can't believe after all these transfers that 2 untested have taken - what are the odds! We will have to have an amniocentesis done to check they are ok which is the next scary step, i just felt blessed to see 2 little heart beats today. Lynn has referred us onto an ob who specialises in high risk twin pregnancies and we have another scan in 3 weeks.. Don't give up girls if it can happen for us it can happen for us all. I really feel some more bfps coming through on this thread soon xx

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    So glad you are under the care of a high risk OBS.. One step at a time..

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    @lilypily wow~

    OMFG twins!! @babee that is brilliant!! what wonderful news. xx
    You know there is a blood test you can take and if it shows for example down syndrome 1/250 then you may need to do amniocentesis but it if is higher like 1/1000 then you don't have to?!? less invasive as it is just a blood test, not claimable on medicare or private health, plus it tests so many other genetic diseases, costs about $650, ask your obs about it.


 

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