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Scan shows enlarged uterus with single gestational sac containing fetal pole. Explain?

hi, Dr today i scan the report say, the uterus is enlarged with a single gestational sac cntaining a fetal pole . The Gs, CRL sizes C/W AVE 7W %D of gestation. EDC: 13-3-13. FHR:128BPM, the sac is regular and decidual reaction is good,, No Obvious peri-sac bleed seen., No adenexal pathology could be detected.,... can u explain these report clearly to me... bcoz i have fits problem and taking tabulate regularlly eplexcrono tab...
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Hi Hallaja,
Thanks for posting your query.
Your ultrasound report is good & fetus has developed cardiac activity with healthy attachment with uterus.
As you are taking anticonvulsant, consult your doctor regularly & get ultrasound scan done at 11 weeks & 20 weeks to rule out any congenital malformation.
All the best.
Answered: Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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