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Pregnant, ultrasound scan done, shows regular sac margins, poor yolk sac, fetal pole, cardiac activity, closed cysts in ovary. Normal report?

hi.. i did my first ultrasound today and results are as follows, single live intrauterine gestation with regular sac margins trophoblastic reaction is poor yolk sac and foetal pole are well visualised cardiac activity is not yet appriciated CRL 3.9 mm corresponds to 6 weeks 1 day gestational sac- 1.79 mm Os closed cyst in right overy measures 15 mm and 15 and 16 mm in left is this normal??
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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This is report of fetus or baby in uterus. The baby in uterus is in a sac like thing called gestational sac. Intrauterine means inside the uterus. The fetus /baby has little below average trophoblastic reaction (not good) which is layers of gestational sac. The fetus growth is however good and fetal parts like fetal pole and cardiac/heart activity is present. The ovaries are also normal. The G sac quality is not good and continuation of pregnancy could be difficult so you should consult your doctor and take medicines and proper rest so that it result in continuation of pregnancy.
Answered: Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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