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Ultrasound shows early gestation. Fetal pole not visualized. Normal?

Hello Doctor .. now i am just 4 weeks Pregnant.. i did my ultarsound today since i met with a Miscarriage three months before. The resuts show that early Gestation. Gestational Sac Corresponding to 4 weeks6 Days . What does it mean? also Gestational Sac measures about 0.88cm and Foetal pole and Yolk sac is NOT Visualised.. Is it Normal?
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
your gestational age according to lmp is almost corresponding to ultrasound wise gestational age,
usually fetal pole will be visualized at around 5 weeks of gestation, so no need to worry,
you just wait for one more week and undergo ultrasound preferably trans vaginal which will find out the fetal pole,
as you had previous miscarriage better to be under protection of progesterone with your doctor's advice and also continue folic acid and other multi viatmin and mineral tablets.
take care.
Answered: Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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