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During the early stages of pregnancy
we can see only the sac in the uterus
. It will take time for the complete organ formation of the baby which will take around 2-3 months in the pregnancy. The presence of sac in the uterus confirms an intrauterine pregnancy which excludes an ectopic.
is the main hormone which will support the gestation. The viability is maintained by this hormone. In the initial stages it is secreted by the corpus luteum
of the ovary. This will help in the implantation
of the embryo in the uterus. During the 10 weeks it is overtaken by the placenta and increased amounts are secreted. It is used by the fetus also for steroid hormone
A level of 20 to 30 ng/mL is normal at this period of gestation. The hormone level will get increased in the next few days which can confirm your normal progesterone levels.
If you have any issues of miscarriage
before in the early stages of pregnancy, now please monitor the levels regularly.
If low levels are detected it can be supported with external progesterone in the form of injections or suppositories.
Hence you dont worry and just relax.
Hope this is helpful to you.