The following week I went in on July 7th and was measuring 6 weeks 2 days with a heart rate of 74bpm.I have a tipped uterus as well and dont know if this makes a difference. Hi ladies, I had a similar situation with my fourth pregnancy.
Today a scan confirmed that the embryo hasn't grown, and the hb has gone.The gestational sac is breaking down and I am miscarrying In some ways this is relief/closure for me, because the last few weeks waiting and hoping have been agony.It is hard to stay hopeful when their are so many questions and mixed emotions going on but I think you are right we need to remain hopeful and trust that what is meant to be, is meant to be. I sense that we are all strong women and no matter what kind of curve ball gets thrown at us we will all be ok. So one of the old wives tales is that the baby's heartbeat very early on can tell you whether you are having a boy or a girl.My father was diagnosed with terminal cancer this year and I really wanted him to meet my first child. I chose to take the pills so I could get this over with and move on with my life. If you would like to hear my experience with this please just ask.
We don't know how long he has really but I felt like this was my chance to have that - it was giving us all something positive to look forward to rather than always the uncertainty and sadness that comes with a terminal diagnosis. It is not something I feel I should share unless you want to know more as it is pretty graphic.I am not saying this is what will happen to you, because when I went through this, there were many stories where ladies had a a similar picture, but it turned out that they had either got their dates wrong, or had a slow-growing embryo which suddenly "caught up".If you are unsure of an ovulation date, I would always stress that you could easily have been mistaken with dates, and not to assume the worst.I knew deep down that this pregnancy wasn't viable, but didn't want to give up on it just in case.Pkease don't give up hope, becuase there are no certainties in pregnancy, and no one can be sure.But there is always hope, and although my head tells me one thing, my heart won't let me give up yet... I am happy to share my experiences though if it will help anyone of you.