Does no cardiac activity with a irregular gestational sac at 15th week of pregnancy mean some problem ?
After 15 weeks 7 days of pregnancy i had done the ultrasound checkup, and result Gravid uterus contains a single gestational sac which is irregular in outline with an embryo within it. No cardiac activity is seen.
You have not mentioned about the how many weeks of pregnancy you are having,without duration of pregnancy I can not say any thing.And it is not clear that what do you want to know about.
Apparently these are the findings of early pregnancy.
If no fetal cardiac activity is detected on ultrasound at 15 weeks of pregnancy, I would advise you to consult your gynecologist as soon as possible. He/she may want to repeat an ultrasound to confirm the findings of the first scan.
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