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Delay In Menses, Negative Urine Pregnancy Test, Positive Blood Pregnancy Test, Later Bleeding, Ultrasound Showed Absence Of Fetal Pole, Prescribed Progestron, Dyhydrogesteron. Advice?

hi, my wife delayed her menses and done urine pregnenct test but shows negative and then done blood pregnency test which came positive,according to the date doctor said shee is 7 wks pregnent. later after one wk she started bleeding went to hospital, doctor adviced ultarsoud and report says -Single IUGR seen with food decidual reaction.No yolk sac or fetal pole . -GS = 7.7mm -GA less than4 wks -No adnexial mass -Free dauglas Imp: early pregnency for follow up Dostor gave some medicines progesteron and dyhydrogesteron for one month and repaeat ultasound pls advice thanks
Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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This is an early pregnancy in the uterus. It is too early for a fetus to be seen by ultrasound. BHCG levels can be repeated in 48 hours and then again in 48 hours to look for an appropriate rise. Ultrasound can be repeated in 1-2 weeks to look for a change. This may also be a miscarriage but this cannot be determined until after serial blood levels have been obtained and a repeat ultrasound has been done.
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Delay In Menses, Negative Urine Pregnancy Test, Positive Blood Pregnancy Test, Later Bleeding, Ultrasound Showed Absence Of Fetal Pole, Prescribed Progestron, Dyhydrogesteron. Advice?

This is an early pregnancy in the uterus. It is too early for a fetus to be seen by ultrasound. BHCG levels can be repeated in 48 hours and then again in 48 hours to look for an appropriate rise. Ultrasound can be repeated in 1-2 weeks to look for a change. This may also be a miscarriage but this cannot be determined until after serial blood levels have been obtained and a repeat ultrasound has been done.