In December of 2014, after 10 years of trying, I experienced a missed miscarriage after conceiving naturally. Had a D&C after confirming through bloodwork what was seen on ultrasound. In May of 2015, I conceived once again. Due to my history, my doctor began blood draws immediately and scheduled me for an ultrasound at 6 weeks. At the ultrasound appointment the tech told us she could only see a gestational sac and yolk sac, but that it was probably just too early. However, when I saw the doctor, he was much more grim. My hcg level was at 54,000. He informed me that we should have seen something definite on ultrasound by 10-15,000. He told me that he believed I was miscarrying again and wanted to refer me to a fertility specialist. However, he scheduled a repeat ultrasound for the following week. That week was the most agonizing week ever. I honestly can't put into words the grief I felt. We returned the following week for the ultrasound. Almost immediately after beginning the ultrasound, the tech turned the screen around as she said, "there's baby, and there's the heartbeat!" The doctor's response was "That's a bet I would have lost. It's a good thing I'm not a betting man!" That baby girl is now 5 months old and sleeping soundly as I type this. I thank God that He has the final say and that doctors are not always right.