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5 months pregnant, low BP. Ultrasound unable to detect fetal heart beat. Ways to prevent abortion?

My cousin is 5th month pregnant , but having problem with Low BP around 75. in scanning, doctor told that heart beat is not found for fetus due to mother Low BP. and suggested for abortion . Is there any posibility to stop abortion and try for fetus and mother health normal? And Is this will repeat for every time pregnancy . Please suggest me the best solution.
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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The absence of fetal heart beat on ultrasound scan does not happen due to a low blood pressure. It is likely that the fetal death has happened due to other reasons. She needs to terminate her pregnancy since the baby is not viable.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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