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6 weeks 1 day pregnant with choriodecidual haemorrhage, is the baby normal ?

i am 6 weeks 1 days pregnent i had ultrasoundT V S today which said early pregnancy not corresponding to dats and chorio decidual hoemorrhage. doc suggested uterone 200 . adv rescan after 2 weeks .plz tell me baby is norml? 28 years, 5 feet, weight lmp date is 09-04-2011.
Asked On : Wed, 8 Jun 2011
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Hi Meenu,

Welcome to HCM.

You have not mentioned your first day of your last menstrual period and whether you had bleeding / spotting. There are two things noted in TVS, pregnancy not corresponding to period of amenorrhoea and sub-chorionic haemorrhage.Both these things give a negative picture, but since it is too early in the pregnancy, as rightly advised by your obstetrician, it is better to wait for two weeks and get a repeat TVS done to assess the progress, meanwhile continue all precautions as if the pregnancy is normal.
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