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Aborted child due to urethral distinct, sac still present on uterus. What can be done?

sir my wife conceived earlier by nov 2012 after three ovaluation study, but after three months of pregnancy doctor said their is problem in urine flow of child like said urethral distinct, so said to abortion it, so as per doctor advise we aborted, after one month gap presently we check doctor they said there is small sac present on utereus today 16th march [last mensural cycle 10th feb] advised to take progestran tablet two times in morning and evening, pl advise there is problem of small sac and advice .
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Thanks for writing in.
A small sac on ultrasound may indicate many things like a developing very early pregnancy, a missed miscarriage or a blighted ovum. Nothing can be said with the given details. Repeated scans 10-14 days apart or may be some hormone tests like serum beta hCG & progesterone may help in guiding us towards the fate of this pregnancy.
You should not be so worried just wait & see. Follow you doctor & hope every thing will turn out just fine this time.
Best of luck.
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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