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Pregnant. Had stomach pain. Ultrasound showed gestational sac consistent with minor retained abruption. Chances of baby survival?

hi I am 9 weeks pregnant and had an ultrasound as I had lower stomach pains. the ultrasound came up with a diagnosis of a strong heart beat 172 beats and 9 week 5 day menstrual maturity how ever placenta posterior ...
 

Pregnant. No fetal pole and poor gestational sac growth seen in x-ray. Precaution to be taken?

Hi Doctor My wife is 8 weeks pregnant and had Ultrasound scan that doesn't show up foetal node. Doctor asked to come back after 2 weeks. Report shows Evidence of intrauterine gestational sac ...
 

Pregnant. Ultrasound showed gravid anterverted uterus with single intrauterine gestational sac. Any advice?

with single intrauterine gestational sac in the mid cavity 2. Fetal pole or yolk pole not yet visualized 3.Single yolk sac seen 4.Thin decidual reaction seen msd : 16mm correspoding to 6 weeks os closed No free ...
 

Scan report showing gravid uterus shows a single intrauterine gestational sac. Is this a good sign?

Hi, I am XXXXXXX I have one female child and I am pregnant for 2nd time I got scanning report saying early pregnancy stating gravid uterus shows a single intrauterine gestational sac with mean sac ...
 

Missed periods. Pregnancy test negative. Scan didn't showed any gestational sac. Worrisome

and TVS it showed "Endometrial thickness 7mm, no evidence of gestational sac seen in present study XXXXXXX ... a test on the 8th day it gave a positive result, but I was confuse whether i was pregnant or not coz i ...
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Is early intrauterine gestational sac of 5 weeks and 1 week normal?

. Report says : Uterus is anteverted and has a GS of 0.7 mm corresponding to 5 weeks and 1 day. Gestation ... ovaries appreat normal. Impression : Early intrauterine gestational sac of 5 weeks and 1 day ...
 

Pain in the lower abdomen. Pregnant. Ultrasound shows gestational sac with no fetal pole. What does it mean?

the endometrium 5*4*3mm. ? gestation sac. And my hcg levels was at 1297.. could you possibly tell me what ...HELLO i went in to the emergency room due to pain in lower abdomen. found out i was pregnant ...
 

Pregnant. Ultrasound says intrauterine gestational sac. No fetal evidence. Blighted ovum?

hi i m 6 week pregnant now and according to my last ultra sound report i.e which i have done it on 5 week 6days aporr my repor says that there is an 11 mm intrauterine gestational sac . the sac ...
 

I am pregnant as per ultrasound but why it is showing empty gestational sac?

I went for an ultrasound the other day. According to lmp, I would be 7 weeks. The ultrasound showed an empty gestational sac, measuring 1.4mm. I was told I am 5 weeks 4 days. My hcg levels were at 24, 000 ...
 

Pregnant, bleeding. Ultrasound shows gestational sac, no fetal heartbeat. Chances of survival?

that the CRL measures 5mm corresponding to 6 wk 1 day, but no cardiac activity was visualized. Also the us report says large gestational sac with non viable fetus seen within uterine cavity with mild GS ...
 

Ultrasound scan showed d gestational sac to be intra uterine during pregnancy

I am almost 6 weeks pregnant, my ultrasound scan showed d gestational sac to be intra uterine in location, but was told i had a corpus luteum cyst measuring 33mm by 46mm, i am also also having side pain ...
 

To calculate gestational age, embryo measurement is more reliable or gestational sac measurement?

Hi doctor, I am 7.4 weeks pregnant. Embryo= 13 mm; that is correct, as I see, for 7.4 weeks. But the gestational sac measurement is 30 mm. Is that correct? Or is it too big? I read that the gestational sac ...
 

Gestational sac and yolk sac present but, fetal pole not visible.

and the count was 1153. Yesterday I got early pregnancy scan test done and only gestational sac of 10.9mm ...I am 5 weeks preg.. Gestational sac and yolk sac present but, fetal pole not visible Hi,My LMP date ...
 

7 wks from ultrasound shows only gestational sac .Is this normal ?

7 wks from ultrasound shows only gestational sac of 5 wks 2 days I am female going to be 31 years in a month. I am pregnant . My LMP was 9 April 2011 which was 6 days late from march periods.I took siphene ...
 

Had abortions. Scan found sac without fetal pole. Is it gestational sac or cyst?

a fetal pole inside the tube which he doubts might be a gestational sac or just a cyst and asked me ... for the first abortion and for the second it was due to a huge blood clot inside my uterus ..now i am pregnant ...
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i have a gestational sac of 16mm and a yolk sac but no fetal pole. could i still be pregnant or did i have a missed miscarriage?
Wait for a week more. IF the sac is more than 25 mm without a fetal pole, it is a missed miscarriage.
 
told baby could be fine in a week? ultrasound GESTATIONAL SAC 20.7mm fetal pole 4.7mm no heart acvity no yolk... 6 weeks pregnant with subchronic haemorrhage
The ultra sonography report is okay, hemorrhage will come around with the maturity of fetus
 
I went to do ultrasound and was given the report as 'the uterus is bulky and contains gestational sac' what does it mean
Hello Thanks for writing to HCM It means you are pregnant. Presence of G-sac confirms early pregnancy. Uterus is bulky it means it is enlarged. Take Care Dr.Indu Bhushan
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