Okay gals, I'm starting to wonder if having a dopplar at home was such a good idea. To start out, I HAVE NOT had an ultra sound yet. Okay with that being said, I was listening to baby's heart beat earlier today and I found a very strong good heart beat down on my LEFT bottom side of my uterus around 155, then for the heck of it I wondered around just to listen to other sounds and found what I thought was just an echo up on the top RIGHT, but it seemed to strong and clear to be an echo that one was at 147. PLEASE TELL ME I WAS JUST HEARING AN ECHO!!!!!! I don't want to be freaking out over an echo. This is the first time I've heard to heart beats before. Up until this point I have NEVER heard an echo other than a very faint very swooshy sound. But like I said these both sounded very distinct.
I tried calling my midwife but she didn't answer and I talk to my mom who seems as perplexed as I am especially with the fact that I should be bigger if I was pregnant with twins, but my tummy is still small. Anyway, like I said please tell me it was an echo and that I'm just going crazy. lol.
ETA- I should probably also say that my family has a long line of twins. My dads side is every other generation landing on my generation and my moms is every single generation.