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    What was the hb at your scan? I'm pretty sure that being able to see a hb on an abdominal ultrasound vs a vaginal is more reassuring re miscarriage rates in early preg. Im not sure why but have read it a few times. Brown mucous was probably left over from implantation.

    I wouldn't worry about scan being behind re dates. I'm having Id twins and they measured 3 or 4 days different from each other at dating scan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummy12 View Post
    What was the hb at your scan? I'm pretty sure that being able to see a hb on an abdominal ultrasound vs a vaginal is more reassuring re miscarriage rates in early preg. Im not sure why but have read it a few times. Brown mucous was probably left over from implantation.

    I wouldn't worry about scan being behind re dates. I'm having Id twins and they measured 3 or 4 days different from each other at dating scan
    Hi Mummy12, The HB was 122.82 at 6+0, prev preg last ultrasound was 7+0 and measuring 149, so I say not too much to worry about there?
    CRL at 7+0 was 10.96mm, this time at 6+0 ~ 4.5mm. Probably shouldn't even be looking to compare those figures if I don't want to drive myself crazy, but I've gotta ask now, is it possible the CRL more than doubles in a week?
    Last edited by happy444; 26-03-2016 at 12:28.

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    The crl is how they get the gestation.. So a certain measurement correlates to a gestation. Hb of 122 at 6 weeks is amazing. My twins one was measuring 5 +6 and hb 102 and the other was 6 + 2 or 3 and hb was 116

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummy12 View Post
    The crl is how they get the gestation.. So a certain measurement correlates to a gestation. Hb of 122 at 6 weeks is amazing. My twins one was measuring 5 +6 and hb 102 and the other was 6 + 2 or 3 and hb was 116
    That's a relief! My babies do good h/rates...even in first MC that was already failing because of a tiny gestational sac I had hb of 147. It peeves me off because all the stats say seeing hb makes MC rates plunge but something bad still happens to mine around the 8 wk mark hoping for a different outcome this time


 

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