Sunday, January 17, 2010

Results are inconclusive!


We have to wait to talk to the doctor, the u/s tech wouldn't disclose any info, but we seen one beautiful baby with heart beating away. We asked her about multiples and she simply ignored us. This is an army base so they give you information on a need to know basis. The ob follow-up is Wednesday, we have to wait for heart rate, due date and and baby size until then, we also have to wait to talk about the possibility of multiples with them. The tech simply didn't acknowledge our request to check for multiple babies. We both thought we saw two heads in there. It was very brief, so we are going to get a second u/s elsewhere, a 3D as soon as possible. Here are the only 2 shots they gave us, but she is beautiful, isn't she!

6 comments:

Stephanie said...

I have been following your blog for awhile, taking a break during my busy holiday season. Imagine my surprise when I stopped in the other day to find that you are expecting! I am thrilled for you!

I can relate to the roller coaster you have been on. While I do not have the same medical challenges you have had and are still facing, I have experienced infertility, miscarriage and still birth. There was a very, very dark part of my life and just as you are experiencing, I came out to find this awesome miracle that was so very much worth waiting for.

I have four children now. I have three boys. I had a miscarriage before my first son and then no issues with him or my second son. The dark period was between my second and third sons. I battled secondary infertility. I miscarried 8 babies and gave birth to a daughter that was born sleeping. We adopted a 10 year old little girl two years ago.

I will be praying for you, your surrogate and your husband. I will pray for your health as well. Please feel free to contact me at any time. I wish you the very best.
Stephanie @ angels touch photography . com (no spaces.. trying to prevent spam. lol)

Bridget said...

Very happy news indeed! YAY! I don't understand why military protocol on this type of issue is that way, very frustrating, can't wait to hear more great news! Congrats Rebecca!

Johnny and Darren said...

Absolutely wonderful U/S photos!

paragon2pieces said...

YES! Love that image. I'm very happy for you :)

Anonymous said...

I'm going to guess one. Sono for multiples takes a while, and you'ld see two sacks. Congrats!

Rebecca said...

Yeah we think we saw two sacs, but the u/s tech was not very nice and we went in at 10:13, the u/s was over at 10:17. It was not a good experience at all. When she had the wand "resting" in the canal, we both seen two black cavities with what looked liked heads. We both gasped at the same time. When we asked her she just ignored us. They will not release info, we must talk to the doctor. I don't care, I am very happy, one is great, but the u/s tech was very uncaring and it wasn't a pleasant u/s with her explaining everything. Not what I expected at all.

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