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Discovered was pregnant but transvaginal ultrasound showed no sac. Chances of positive pregnancy?

I found out I was pregnant on Wednesday. I went to the Doctor on Thursday and substantiated that I was pregnant. My HCG was 69 and progesterone was 1.67. According to my cycle I should be 5 weeks pregnant. They performed an intravaginal ultrasound and did not see a sac. After the unltrasound I began cramping and bleeding . I am ot go back tomorrow to see what my levels are again. I just didn t know if I could still be pregnant with all the negative signs. Thanks.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Less likely that you could be pregnant with these negative signs,get the test repeated n lets see. Most likely it was just biochemical pregnancy as pregnancy test was positive but no sac seen,this is because the fertilised egg was not implanted which is quite common n you need not worry. Just see what the HCG level n progesterone level is n nyways you have got your periods right? So lets see hopefully all the best for next cycle.
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