I was really nervous leading up and going into the u/s. And now I guess I had reason to be. :0(
My Dr. started with handshakes and by explaining what we should see and so we began. He also told us where we were at, 6 weeks 3 days, farther than we have ever (ever!) been. He didn't turn the screen right away and I wondered.
So I have a pregnancy sac but he wasn't able to find a yolk sac or a heartbeat. I tried really hard to not burst into tears on the table. He looked and looked and magnified but there didn't seem to be anything there. He did say he hopes there was something hiding up in the corner he was just unable to see today. But I am measuring small....sac was 6mm.....he said the baby itself should be 6mm. And the pregnancy sac should be about three times what it was. However, he also said he has seen IVF patients who have embryos that start late....let's hope this is just a late bloomer. Have any of you heard or gone through the same kind of thing?
Off to the lab we went for another beta. We will find out tomorrow what the numbers look like. Hoping they are in the thousands and we can go for another u/s next week. Otherwise it doesn't sound so promising.
I'm also a little frustrated because Hubby is trying to remain positive and basically told me to stop worrying as we were walking to the car from the clinic. Needless to say it really pissed me off. I understand what he's trying to do for me and it took all in my to yell at him that I have every right to cry!!!!! It's more or less fine now. I'm done with the crying until bed I am sure.
I came home, went to my room, cried and passed out. I am so tired and so frustrated. Why does IF have to suck so much and be so damn difficult? Again, trying not to over think anything.
Tomorrow will be fun as I have three meetings after school. One I have to do (volunteer meeting for our parents at school) and then I can run and check my phone for messages. Depending on what I hear I may skip out on the other two. We shall see.
Before we went in I was thinking about the picture I would get to take home today. I actually saw a patient leave the clinic with two in her hand. I will hope and dream tonight that I can take home mine next week.