ifnotnowthenwhen- Boys!!! awesome.
Baileyandmikey- so glad to see a fellow ddc-er here
Have you thought about maybe getting a second opinion? Maybe a level two ultrasound? While I think the likelyhood of you having conjoined twins is super low, I also think the intelligence of an ultrasound tech who would tell a mom that this early in the game is pretty low. There is NO WAY they can tell this early. Also, my OB (who is a high risk doc and a twin mom) says that at 8-10 weeks sometimes you still cant tell if they are in the same sac or two separate sacs if they are implanted close together. Unless you totally trust your doc and love, love, love him, I highly suggest you seeing someone else. You are going to have a crapload of ultrasounds anyway, might as well throw one in with someone else to make sure these folks know what their doing, right?
Conjoined twins: 1 in every 200,000 births. Your chances are super low. Please, let me know your EDD so I can put it on the list. i've stared and stared at your picture as well and i just dont see it. I also blew it up and made shaded it so I could see better and Im just not seeing it.
Call a different OB (preferably high risk, and someone who has a level two tech in their office) and tell them you want a second opinion.
Oh, and when is your EDD?
AFM- Just left my appointment. Both babies are still there. Dr. says it's looking like Di-Di but she wants to wait until next time to look closer. I go for my nuchal scan tomorrow.