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Pregnant, bleeding occurred. Ultrasound shows nil cardiac activity, fetal movement and heartbeat. What does this mean?

Sir Yesterday my wife had ultra sound cause she had some bleedings yesterday, and after ultra sound the gynecologist told that the cardiac activity is nill and foetal movement in nill and the heartbeat is nill.And the bleeding now is near to nill sir what we can expect about the same
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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Heart activity in a fetus can be seen easily around 14 weeks of gestation (also in experienced hands a little earlier). You have not written about gestation and who performed ultrasound for cardiac activity and how much was gestation. Your wife's obstetrician can detect any problem with the fetus competently and I would urge you to consult your obstetrician. You will get the best advise.

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Dr Anil Grover
Answered: Wed, 16 May 2012
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