Hey Everyone, Sorry I couldn't post sooner. We didn't have any internet access in Tampa... we stayed at MacDill AFB TLF and only had dial up that wouldn't work right! Anyway, we saw Dr. Quintero on Monday - had a TWO AND A HALF HOUR ultrasound! lol They measured things I didn't know they could measure on an u/s, for each baby, so it took forever! Anyway, Dr. Quintero said I'm only borderline TTTS and it's not severe enough that he would actually diagnose it - which is great news! But, Baby B (Nicolas) still has a very small amount of fluid and has IUGR (Intra Uterine Growth Restriction). The IUGR is pretty bad - he's 30% smaller than Noah (Baby A) and he's in less than the 10th percentile for weight. I still qualify for the TTTS procedure to correct the IUGR because it is the same procedure, but if he were to do the surgery, he said we would be more likely to lose Nicolas (about a 40% chance) than if we just watch the babies 1-2x per week and see how they're doing (only a 20% chance of losing Nicolas and something like a 6% chance of losing Noah as well). Confused yet?! lol So basically it all comes down to, I could elect to do the surgery, but we have way better odds of both babies surviving without it, at least at this point. If I develop full TTTS within the next 4 weeks, he will go ahead and do the surgery, but for now I'm back in Abilene. Because of the IUGR I'll go to the MFM specialist every week and my OB every week to be monitored very closely. There is a chance of losing Nicolas in between, but basically after 26 weeks, we have to make a decision each week of whether to try for one more week and see if they both survive, or go ahead and deliver. My goal for now is 30 weeks, but Dr. Quintero said that 26-28 weeks may be when we deliver. *sigh* So... better news... but very stressful news! It's not black and white... but both babies are growing and following the same growth curve which is good, and if I can make it another 4 weeks without losing one, we're in pretty good shape. And that's my update.