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9 weeks pregnant, no fetal pole, sac and yolk present, irregular gestational sac margin

I m 9 weeks 2 days pregnant as per my last period date. I m not exactly sure but my last date was 25th Feb 12. I have very much irregular periods. However in my scan report the sac & yolk is there, the fetal pole is not shown. My gestational sac margin appeared irregular. However I do not have any miscarriage symptoms. What do I understand from this. Please suggest. I m really really worried.
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
if your date to be considered, you should have at least 3 regular cycles before conception.
normally on 9 th week fetal pole should be seen.
absence of fetal pole and gestational sac with irregular margins indicates blighted ovum.
But don't worry you undergo scan once again now to find out the present position, depending on that you can proceed further.
Discuss with your doctor what may be the cause for it and try to avoid in future.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 15 May 2012
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