I have been a wreck over this and maybe I shouldnt have done it. I got 4 positive pregnancy tests this past sunday. I called my Dr and made an appointment but wont be seen until this friday next week. I did the math on my own and if im right I should be around 14-15 weeks ( first day of last period was may 4th). This whole thing came as a huge surprise to me and it doesnt seem real. Like other than the symptoms I have been having I dont feel pregnant. So I thought why not get out the fetal doppler I bought when I was pregnant with my daughter? I remember being able to hear her heart beat at around 12 weeks, and remember being told that was when you can usually hear the heart beat. Thinking if im 14 weeks along I should hear it no problem. I heard nothing. I did everything I remember doing with my daughter, checked down by the pelvic area and worked my way up and around that area. I could only hear my pulse. Its so strange because I swear I could feel some fluttering feeling but now thinking that could have been something else. Now I dont know what to think. I was trying to confirm my pregnancy because it was bothering me and killing me having to wait, and now im more confused and bummed. I know this wouldn't be a planned pregnancy but I was starting to come around to the idea after the shock and irritation wore off.
I have an update today. First I would like to thank you all for your support and logic when I was panicky. My Dr office called me monday and said they had an opening sooner for tuesday, so I jumped on it. After reading what you guys said I did a little research online about; if its possible to tell when you are most likely to conceive if you have irregular/long cycles. It took hours of searching. Pretty much coming up with the same answers.. no one can tell, until I came to this TTC forum on another site, in which had a lady who claimed to be a nurse. She said that most ppl have it wrong and they count based off the usual way a cycle works. She explained that if your cycles are long you can not determine when you ovulate based off the norm formula of a 28 day cycle. INSTEAD! you take the luteal phase (14 days) which is the one thing that never changes in any cycle and subtract it from the number of days in your cycle. In my case was 60 and 90. I did both because its either or. Well I did the math and counted back and came up with 11 weeks for the 60 day cycle, and 7 weeks for the 90 day. I went to see the Dr, and they wanted to do a sono on me, thinking I was 16 weeks. Turns out my calculations were closer, I am 6 weeks today. There is a heart beat and so far everything is looking good, but they want me to come back in a few weeks to check again because the Dr saw two yolk sacks. She could only see one baby, but it was hard to do without doing a vaginal and their vag transducer ( or whatever she called it) was not working. So we couldnt get a clear shot of anything. Im thinking there is only one baby because of where everything is positioned and she was able to only see one baby.