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Early pregnancy, scan post heavy bleeding showed low fetus without heartbeat. Pregnancy chance?

I had a scan yesterday after experiencing quite heavy bleeding early thurs morning, the bleeding faded off that day and had completely stopped by sun! The scan showed the fetus to be very low with no heart beat yet and an area of bleed! I have been booked for another scan in 10 days time! I will be 6 wks tomorrow! We lost are sun the end of march after being delivered by c section he was breech and we had no idea he was poorly! As u can imagine we want this pregnancy so badly please is there any hope
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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It is very sad that you lost your caesarean baby. Heavy bleeding with a low positioned sac does not indicate a good prognosis. Fetal heart will be seen at around 7 weeks in a trans-vaginal scan. Since the bleeding has subsided what we can do is to wait until the next scan to decide what can be done. Meanwhile take absolute bed rest, avoid intercourse and stress. Many-a-time, though, such pregnancies continue without any problem later on. You may ask your gynecologist if any hormone supplementation can be given. Wish you good luck.
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