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Feels fatigue, abdominal pain, pregnancy test positive, liver, gallbladder , pancreas and spleen, and both kidneys are normal, gestational sac in uterus

Hello Dr. Am 37 years old. I had my LMP on 28 Feb 2012. Yesterday i went to the clinicbecause i had been feeling fatigued for the past week and i also feel pain in the sides of my lower abdomen. I did a pregnancy urine test which indicated that i was pregnant . Today i had an ultrasound abdomen renal tract and pelvis procedure. The results say the liver, gallbladder , pancreas and spleen, and both kidneys are normal. However, the report also said my uterus is anteverted with a very small intrauterine gestation sac was seen. Please help!
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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if your earlier periods were regular and last period was 28th feb the gest sac should be of 8 wks size with a viable foetus in it .
from the U S G findings it seems that the gest sac is not tallying with period of amenorrhoea .
please get a check up with gynecologist and discuss .and take treatment as required.
Answered: Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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