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I am 10 weeks pregnant and ultrasound shows 7 weeks. Have pain in vagina. Recommendations?

I went to get an ultrasound done at a free ultrasound place. (Currently waiting for my Medicaid to get approved) I m 10 weeks and the sac showed only a spec measuring 7 weeks and was not even round. It was round at the top then abnormal at the bottom. The nurse told me that she would send the ultrasound results to the doctor but that most likely that the doctor would say the same thing. From what I saw, there was nothing in the abnormal sac. My breasts are no longer tender, I have cramps and random pain in my vagina but no bleeding . Is there any blood tests I could do or any other tests so I can see what to do ? I don t want to risk any time on this issue.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
At 10 weeks, on ultrasound, there should be clearly visualized fetus with a cardiac activity ( heartbeat ).
If this is not the case, then you have most certainly had a failed pregnancy - missed abortion, and would require termination.
You need to have a proper transvaginal ultrasound, as only that will confirm the viability of pregnancy.
No blood test will tell you right now about your condition as much as a reliable ultrasound will.
Make sure you have it at the earliest.
take care.
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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