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|Fri, 08-13-2010 - 11:45am|
I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this kind of pregnancy? It hasn't been confirmed that this is our situation, but the u/s tech said it looks like they are in one sac and she said she didn't see a membrane separating them. She probably should've just kept her mouth shut and not said anything because now I'm freaking out. At first I just thought all identical twins were in one sac, but after looking stuff up on the internet, I learned that is not the case. My u/s was done at 10w1d, so it might be too early too tell, and maybe she just had a bad angle or a low-grade machine or something so it was hard to see. Anyways, I'm freaking out a little bit, but trying to reassure myself that this is a very rare occurance. I don't have another appointment until Aug. 26th! And it's with a new OB because I just had to switch from my midwives because they don't do twin pregnancies. I'll attach the u/s pics so you ladies can check it out.