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Bleeding after sex during pregnancy. No fetal pole or heart beat. Chances of successful pregnancy?

Hi. I m pregnant I started having bright red blood yesterday morning after having sex I went to the er if I go off Mt last period of January 23 I m 8 weeks the did ultra sound seen a sac with no fetal pole or heart beat but measuring me at 5 weeks I found out February 25 I was pregnant at a clinic my bleeding is only when I wipe I have no cramping. Are my chances of still having s secssfull pregnancie low? I m so scared
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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You probably have a missed abortion. By dates you are 8 weeks and by now,there should have been a heart beat. But if not,then this pregnancy needs to be terminated. Ultimately you may have bleeding. Chances of a successful pregnancy are almost nil.
Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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