So apparently I'm one of those one in a million (or whatever) people who can't take accurate digital tests?! Even though I had had a positive 2 line test earlier last week, I thought maybe it was a false positive because I figured the digital must be more accurate.
I've never ever been pregnant before so this is all uncharted territory for me. Hcg level was 358, which I guess is strong. Recheck is on 2/12, and if all goes well, first scan is on 2/26. Taking it one test at a time, since I have no way of knowing if I have an issue staying pregnant.
*Update, 2ND beta is 9105 (8 days after first draw). First scan scheduled on 2/26. I hope next week brings more positive tests for those in the 2ww!
It's twins.... or at least for today it's twins. Baby A is measuring 7 weeks 3 days (I'm 7 weeks 4 days today), B is measuring 6 weeks 3 days.
B's heartbeat is only 104 so the tech didn't have high hopes for it surviving, but thus far I've seen plenty of people say it's possible it implanted later (googled, but only looked at message board responses). A's heartbeat is fine, but I don't remember it.
I did a study, so they wont scan me again until March 20th which seems like waiting another eternity, especially when one could die off. DH is devastated that one may not make it- he can't focus on the one that looks good.
Not sure that I should be updating this thread still, but in case anyone was curious. I'm still rooting for everyone to join the other side.