I recently had a m/c and I'm having a hard time getting passed a situation that I think could have caused it. At 13 weeks I went for my Nuchal Translucency testing, I saw the heartbeat and it was very strong. Well, the baby wouldn't move into the position that the ultrasound tech wanted, so she hit my stomach several times with the ultrasound stick thing(sorry I don't know the formal name). As she did that I just happen to be looking at the monitior at that moment and it looked like she hit my baby in the head several times. I was freaking out. I called my OB and they said that it's impossible to hit the baby because it was so small. I had my m/c at 16wks but found out the baby died at 13-14wks. So is it possible that this monster of an ultra sound tech killed my baby? I'm confused and angry. I don't know what to do. I'm still waiting for the chromosome testing to come back, but I still can't help but think that my m/c was caused by the hitting. Please if anyone can help me that would be great. Thanks
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