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codered18 - July 17

tnk
Jul 15 2010, 09:03 PM
Hello Bayrak,

I've had a donor FET cycle with transfer of 3 - 5 day blasts on 6/10/10 (the prev. fresh cycle transfer of 2 blasts didn't have HCG higher than 100 by the third test) which makes me 7w4d as of yesterday. My HCG has been low/slow rise since the start (Beta # 28,24,40,100,275,976 (48-72 hrs), 1800 (4 days), 4000(7 days). As for the first ultrasound at 6w4d, the doc couldn't definitively find any sac, just guessed on two shadows of circles (but one was low outside the uterine area) and the HCG was 1800 and he said it didn't look good. So I came back yesterday and this time the doc actually found a single empty gestational sac but I don't recall the size, but it's small and empty and I was told that my HCG was about 4000 so it's bad news and the doc wanted me to stop all my meds to prevent a dangerous possible ectopic pregnancy because my HCG is too low but still rising. I had asked him that I would like to continue with the meds and wait a week and see but he got upset and asked what for, saying that he's affraid of the possible dangerous ectopic since the transfer of multiple blasts. I was told that someone will call me today to give me another follow-up appointment but no one called and I hesitate to call as I feel pressured into giving up due to the scare of the dangerous ectopic. I am hoping that you would consider seeing me for a second opinion ultrasound and HCG test to either confirm that I indeed have a blighted ovum or I am just a low/slow HCG pregnant woman with a tilted uterus (which I've read where ultrasound may yield one/two weeks behind result due to the tilted uterus). I am hoping for a miracle and that somehow my little one will pick up speed within these next two weeks. Thank you for your time in advance. TNK.

 

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