I'm sorry if this is the wrong forum for this question. I spent a good part of my weekend lurking here, as my husband and I had the strong feeling we were expecting twins. We went in tuesday for an ultrasound to confirm and found out that we were correct, but one of the twins was smaller and didn't have a heartbeat. Even though I do have a little sliver of hope that they could be wrong, it's pretty unlikely. I estimated the pregnancy to be 9wks 3 days (by LMP it would have been 11wks but I knew i ovulated late) twin A measured 8wks 5 days with a clear heartbeat and twin B measured 7weeks 4days with no heartbeat. The only reason I have any hesitation at all (besides just not wanting to believe) is that she didn't use a transvaginal ultrasound, and it seemed to go so quickly... but I rationalize that she was probably experienced enough to know she didn't need to look any further.
Anyway, I'm trying to accept the loss, but I'm wondering if the morningsickness & fatigue get any better with a vanishing twin?? According to the ultrasound, I lost it almost 2 weeks ago now... Seems like a pretty raw deal to lose one baby and still continue with 2x the morning sickness (not to mention if I'm another week behind in dates relief is likely further off than I'd hoped anyway.)
anyone with experience or thoughts?