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Sonography report showed early pregnancy without fetal pole. Suggest me

gestational sac measures 9 mm and corresponding to less than 4 weeks 5 days ,visualised with good chorio desidual reaction.Th fetel pole is not seen,Yolk sac is seen.Impression : early pregnancy without fetel pole of less tghan 4 weeks and 5 days .This is the report from sonography for my wife,kindly let me know whether to proceed at such situations or it is better to go for abort ?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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The report is normal. Sometimes the fetal poles are not visualized in such a small sac. Since the yolk sac is present, the pregnancy is likely to be viable. You should go for a repeat scan after 2 weeks to confirm.
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