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Abdominal pain, continuous bleeding, prescribed Esylate. Gestational sac without fetal node. Suggestion?

Good evening Dr. Gestational sac without fetal node found in the right overy region. Patient is suffering from mild severe pain in left abdomenal region and bleeding is continous. Consulting doctor sugested to observe 10 more days during which patient will take E-SYLATE-500 ALONG WITH Ferrous Ascorbate & Folic Acid Tablets. What is your kind suggestion ?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Hi ! Esylate tablets are given to you to control you bleeding. Empty gestational sac may mean a miscarriage, but not always so. Your ultrasound might have been done too early to note any fetal part. Your doctor might have advised you to come after ten days, when she can examine you again, and may go for a repeat ultrasound. If a repeat ultrasound also shows an empty gestational sac, then one can conclude a miscarriage, along with a declining serum HCG level which might have done at the first instance.
Wishing you an early recovery. Take care.
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