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Missing periods. Home pregnancy test positive, ultrasound shows no pregnancy. Looking for advice

Hi, I m pooja, I have a problem with late periods, my last period was on 21feb 12. I did my urine preg test on 12 th April, wic showed positive result, but the ultrasound showed no gets. Sack, but bulty uterus and a cyst in the right overy. Then the doc asked me to go for beta hcg blood test and the report received on 16th April shows 725 ult. I have my appointment today evening, can you guide me.
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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Trans vaginal USG detects gestational sac as early as 4 wks but TAS detects the sac little late Moreover gestational sac to be detected B HCG level should be 1000mIU You may be in very early gestational period since you didnt mention about cycle regularity You can wait for 2 wks to repeat a scan Mean while ectopic pregnancy should be kept in mind So if you have any spotting p/v or abdominal pain and episode of giddiness immediate attention is required
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