I don't know what to make of the results. There's good and there's not so good, and I don't know how not good the not good part is.
There were three gestational sacs. The biggest measured five weeks, four days. The second looked to be about a day behind. The third was very small and almost certainly on its way to being reabsorbed. In the largest, Dr. FYC, full of apparent confidence, pointed out a (to my eyes, basically indistinguishable) yolk sac and a (completely invisible) flutter that he said was the heartbeat. He didn't record the BPM but said it looked "good".
My head was filled with wonder and panic and I forgot to ask the dozen questions I should have asked: How important is it that I'm at six weeks today, but the biggest measures three days behind? Why didn't we look for a yolk sac and heartbeat in the middle one? Should I be worried by the fact that my scant symptoms have dissipated in the last few days?
Dr. FYC is hard to read, so I don't know if his assured smiles were real or assumed. I will email or call once it's all sunk in.
Right now, I'm just not sure how to feel. We might have twins, we might have one, and we might, in the end, have nothing. I can't be elated and I can't cry.
Next scan in two weeks.