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Pregnancy 9 months, enlarged yolk sac, slight subchorionic haemorrhage - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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I am currently 9 weeks, 2 days pregnant. Today I had my follow-up appointment from my ultrasound performed at 8 weeks, 3 days. Concern was expressed with regard to a slightly enlarged yolk sac and slight subchorionic haemorrhage (very slight). I am going to be booked for another ultrasound within the next two weeks or so to investigate further. Of course everything on the internet indicates I will likely miscarry or the baby will have birth defects. The heartbeat was 178 bpm so itâ??s definitely strong! In your opinion, what are my chances of delivering a healthy baby full term?

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User :   Hello, I am currently 9 weeks, 2 days pregnant. Today I had my follow-up appointment from my ultrasound performed at 8 weeks, 3 days. Concern was expressed with regard to a slightly enlarged yolk sac and slight subchorionic haemorrhage (very slight). I am going to be booked for another ultrasound within the next two weeks or so to investigate further. Of course everything on the internet indicates I will likely miscarry or the baby will have birth defects. The heartbeat was 178 bpm so itâ??s definitely strong! In your opinion, what are my chances of delivering a healthy baby full term?
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Doctor :   ur age?
Doctor :   is it ur first pregnancy?
User :   hello?
Doctor :   ur age?
is it ur first pregnancy?
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Doctor :   ur age?is it ur first pregnancy?
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