Last week, I had a regular OB appointment and my Dr. was not able to find the baby's heartbeat with the doppler. Not a huge deal, it's a new machine, I'm only about 10 weeks, so it's a bit early - but just to be safe, they send me for an ultrasound to make sure things are okay. I go for the ultrasound appointment, the tech is lovely, the baby has a beautiful thumpy heart, she give's me a 3-5 picture and a printout with some stats on it, and I'm on my way.
So, today, I call the OB's office because the nurse left me a voicemail. The nurse - whom I'm very fond of, this is my second pregnancy with this practice - says that the ultrasound came back great, but there was a small intra-uterine bleed - so I should be on pelvic rest and generally take it easy - no intercourse, and no lifting (I have a 13 month old, so there will be lifting, but anyway.) And, they are adjusting my due date because the ultrasound report says I'm 6 weeks and 4 days pregnant!!! That's a month off from where I think I am!!! And I'm pretty sure it's not possible.
I'm relatively sure about when my last menstrual period was - I could be off by a day or so, but not too much. According to the nurse, my new date of conception was October 10. I took a HPT, and got a positive result, on Sept 29 and had betas done in the doctor's office on Oct 2. The betas were low, but not zero. And the real kicker - my DH was in Mexico City that week! I know that sperm can hang out for a while, but not that long, and the man literally was out of the country!! Could I have been pregnant, miscarried (without noticing any bleeding AT ALL) and then conceived again??
I'm getting another ultrasound tomorrow. The tech didn't say a word to me about any kind of bleed - and I haven't noticed any bleeding - and when I said I was about 10 weeks pregnant, she didn't say the baby looked small. I'm very confused. All I can thing of is the imaging center accidently sent my Dr. someone else's report. Do you all have any thoughts??
SAHM to my and and due in summer 2010, married to my best friend.