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Posted by: ROSE | 2010/05/10

IVF SIX WEEK SCAN - TWO SACS ONE HEARTBEAT

I had three embryos transferred. At my six week scan there was one sac with a heart beat and one smaller empty looking sac. Is it possible for the second sac to be a viable pregnancy. Is it possible for one embryo to implant two or three days after the first resulting in one sac being more mature than the other?

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Dear Rose

It is possible for one embryo to implant a few days late but more possible the both implanted and one will continue and one regresses.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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Posted by: Fertility expert | 2010/05/17

Dear Rose

It is possible for one embryo to implant a few days late but more possible the both implanted and one will continue and one regresses.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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