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Pelvic scan report shows single intrauterine fetus. Have regular periods. Is the report safe?

HI Doctor, I am 41 years old, My pelvic scan reports says the following, My gynae is available only tom, too tensed with the report. pl help
A single intrauterine fetus seen, CRL:1.06 CMS, Fetal heart motion NOT Evident, Yolk Sac seen,
Subchorionic bleed seen inferiorly 6mm*8 mm

since i had periods continously from last 2 months i went to doctor and i am surprised to fetus seen
is the report safe
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Mar 2016


If the USG scan is done in early weeks (around 5-6 wk), then fetal heart beat/ pole may not be visible. It is usually seen in 7-8 wk through abdominal USG scan or around 6-7 wk through TVS scan.

Here, you need to repeat the ultrasound scan after 1-2 wk. Subchorionic bleeding may cause continuous mild spotting or bleeding. You take adequate bed rest with progesterone, folic acid supplements.

Please, consult with gynecologist with follow-up scan. Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 28 Oct 2014
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