Although my boyfriend and i discussed having another child, we did not plan on it being right now. When i found out and told him i was excited cuz he seemed to be getting excited to. i asked him not to tell anyone just b/c i was almost 35, and im a lil concerned over having problems and i wanted to wait a few months. at my first us, the tech pointed out that there were two sacs, but only one baby. i immediatly felt sad, as i realized that i should have had twins, but one stopped developing. the doc at that visit also told me that there might be a cystic hygroma/nuchal thickening and referred me to a perinatologist. it took 2 weeks to get in and that is a horrible wait, and i kept hoping my ob was wrong about what she saw.at my us/cvs appt the specialist told me the baby had died appx 2 weeks ago, and that was 2 days . my ob gave me cytotec to take home to try to miscarry at home, so ive been sitting here for two days being sad and in pain. i feel a lil better that i at least have an answer, as i realize it was probably a chromosomal abnormality. i am scared b/c i think that is usually the cause for blighted ovums like what happened w/ the twin sac. so that makes me wonder, did i produce two chromosomally abnormal embryo's or were they identical that split. it scares me that if i had two that didnt survive does that mean if i try again the same thing will happen?