Susan called with the new beta around lunchtime again. "Another very good beta," she said. And I instantly relaxed.
So it doubled and then some. It was exactly what I wanted...a good number, but not too low and not TOO high.
But after googling as much as I can, I can't figure out if all 3 stuck or not. I can find blogs with people pregnant with triplets with betas much lower than mine at this point. I can find blogs with people pregnant with twins with betas much higher than mine.
The only thing I'm pretty confident about at this point is that it's *probably* not a singleton.
The next doctor appointment isn't until the first U/S July 9th...so I don't have much to talk about for the next week and a half. That is just to rule out ectopic (and I'm not very concerned about that) and see how many sacs there are.
It is extremely weird being in this position, a bit surreal, since I'm not the one pregnant. I guess I feel how L must have felt all those times. Excited but you don't quite feel part of it because it's not you who's pregnant.
Tonight I miss my babies from last year, because I don't feel a connection yet to my babies that are currently in Gabby's belly.