IUGR :(

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IUGR :(

Postby Tiffne » Tue May 26, 2015 7:43 pm

Found out today twin A is IUGR. Anyone deal with this and how did things turn out for you?
Me (25) Dx with PCOS Feb 2014
Dh (29) Morph 4%, Motility 38%, Low volume @.06
Dss (7)

Clomid Round 5: :bfp: 10/08 (8dpo) :sticky:

U/S @ 5.3= TWINS!! :baby: :baby:
U/S @ 7.2 = Baby A 7+2 :hb: 99, Baby B 7+2 :hb: 149
U/S @ 9.2= Baby A 9+3 :hb: 180, Baby B 9+3 :hb: 181
U/S @ 12.6= Baby A 13+2 :hb: 162, Baby B 13+4 :hb: 151
U/S@17.6= Baby A :babyg: :hb: 152, Baby B :babyb: :hb: 146
U/S@24w= Baby A 1.8lb :hb: 158, Baby B 1.7lb :hb: 163
U/S@28w= Baby A 2.8lb :hb: 142, Baby B 2.12lb :hb: 153

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Re: IUGR :(

Postby shellsbellsxx » Wed May 27, 2015 1:25 am

Sorry you are going through this, How far along are you now? EDIT: I just saw you are 36+1, so delivery is an option as you are very nearly 'full term'. There is a support group on FB if you use FB full of very knowledgeable people. I was added there when i was told one of mine (B) had slowed down on gowth and fallen off his curve from 50th to 27th and had extra fluid x They were born with 1lb difference in weight and clearly B was a lot more fragile than A (still no NICU though he probably should have been!) but both thriving and healthy x

Search: SIUGR/IUGR Support Group on FB to find the group x
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26th May 2014 - BFP - Please be a sticky bean!!!
7th July 2014 - ultrasound #1 @ approx 9+1 - TWINS! 2 beating hearts :hb: 9+3 :hb: 8+6

14 Jan '15 - My Babies were born...Samuel Stuart 6lb 5oz & Oliver Michael 5lb 2oz

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