That is the only explanation I can come up with as once again, the ultrasound was totally fine. We figure they are beating on each other like typical siblings and causing me to bleed. This time the RE did see a bit of blood above one of their sacks but nothing that should have caused the big gushes I had on Saturday. CRAZY! She has told us that she thinks I'm experiencing "normal twin bleeding"...say what?? Why didn't someone tell me to expect it if it is "normal"? I would just prefer it not happen again as now I feel obligated to wear a pad at all times to avoid any very uncomfortable situations at work (nothing like having your nurse run out of the room with blood dripping from her). The RE told us today that they technically don't see people past 9 wks so as of tomorrow, I've graduated! She did say that if I was really panicked and needed some reassurance in the next week or so that they would make an exception. I'm kinda attached to my clinic...I've had such great care I don't want to graduate! My main RE has been fantastic with these bleeding episodes, answering my emails on weekends and giving me advice. He was even willing to see me today between patients if I couldn't get in to one of the actual appointment times. I need to send him some kind of gift as a thank you...any ideas?
Cute story...a friend of mine from work told her 8 year old son that "a lady at work has 2 babies in her tummy"...the little boy looked puzzled for a minute and then asked if the babies have names. His mom told him no, not yet, to which he replied "if I had 2 babies in my tummy I would name them Rocket and Blaster!" His mom told me this story after I had mentioned the bleeding I was having. Guess it's no wonder I'm bleeding if I have Rocket and Blaster inside of me!