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Had an ultrasound. Black mark in uterus. What is it? Why can I not do IUI?

Today I had a day 3 ultrasound and there was a black mark ( gestational sac ) in my uterus. I have been undergoing IUI due to husbands low sperm count . They sent me for a blood pregnancy test, which came back negative. They won t allow me to do IUI this cycle and want me to follow up w my Obgyn doctor. My question is: is there any chance I am indeed pregnant and just not producing hcg yet. Or what else could the black spot be?? Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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considering that you are undergoin IUI i assume you are already under medical observation. Also since the test has been performed just three days post the missed period you could repeat it again after 7 days of missed period along with and ultrasonograpy . that would kind off clear the picture with regards to wether you have concieved or not. and in the meanwhile periods come then it pretty clear that the IUI has failed this cycle and you will need to start again nxt cycle
Answered: Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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