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32 yr old, 6 weeks pregnant, have unicornute uterus & PCOD in left ovary. Any problems ?

Hello doc , i am 35 year old women , now i am 6week pregnant ,i have unicornute uterus & pcod in left ovary . Today i go to hospital ,she do ultrasound , she told gravid uterus with a single gestational sac seen inside , no fetal pole is seen in the sac. geststional sac 1.1cm , ave .gest. age 4weeks . Actually my last period was 6sep 2012 , & i treament with clomid & 5menogon injection & 1 chorimon injection & cyclogest pessarise . pls doc said what happen , i am very scare
Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Hello, I would be happy to help you with your question.

First of all, the PCOD is an irrelevant issue now that you are pregnant. You may need earlier screening for gestational DM, but the issues regarding the left ovary or no longer present now that you are pregnant.

With regard to your question, here is what you know:
1. You are pregnant
2. There is a sac in the uterus
3. You are either looking too early or it is a possible miscarriage

It is not unusual for the apparent growth of the pregnancy to be off in terms of when you think you got pregnant. In your case, do not worry and schedule an ultrasound in one week (before next weekend). By then, everything should be much more clear.

I hope this helps. If you have additional questions, please use the Premium service. I am happy to elaborate further. You are welcome ask for "Dr. Tim".
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