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My fetus has no heart beat and the weight is also not increasing. What does it mean ?

hi,i m 30 yrs it normal to have .72 segmenters and .28 lymphocyte.i am pregnant but lst july 9 my ob said that my baby has no heartbeat baby in my womb is supposed to be 11 wks and 1 day but it stop developing in 8 wks and 5 days.i did not yet bleed...
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jul 2011
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Hello Allana Khai;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The heart beat of a baby can be seen in 6 weeks on ultrasound and if there is no heart beat by 11 weeks then your baby is not formed and your condition is called missed abortion.You will not bleed on your own and will have to under go D&C a surgican procedure to remove the products of conceptions and it will be done by a doctor through vagina.Please consult your doctor and she will guide you with the treatment.
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