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Pregnant, transvaginal ultrasound done, irregularly shaped yolk sac, embryo with no cardiac activity. What is it?

hi, i am 6 weeks and 5 days pregnant.i had my transvaginal ultrsound yesterday and my diagnosis said that ....within an irregularly shaped gestational sac is a yolk sac and an embryo with absent cardiac activity..i am so worried that i might lost my baby and maybe this will cause an abnormality of a baby..anyone who can explain it to me..thank you...
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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An irregular gestational sac with no cardiac activity is not suggestive of a viable fetus. This is most likely a missed abortion. You can wait for a week more and get a repeat scan done for confirmation.
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