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hello doctor i went for pelvic scan and the result is gravid uterus, anteverted bulky uterus with uniform myometrial echopattern measuring about 82mm X 52mm X 42mm in (L X T AP)mm respectively.
there is a well defined intra uterine gestational sac of about 17mm diameter in mean sac diameter (MSD). this correspond to gestation age of 6weeks 4days
no yolk sac is seen. does that mean am not pregnant

Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
Thank you for your query.
Your ultrasound report definitely shows a pregnancy.
An intrauterine gestational sac means a pregnancy.
It is not normal to not see the yolk sac.
That could be associated with other abnormalities in the fetus.
Also, at the gestational age mentioned, cardiac activity or heartbeat should be visible in the fetus, which you have not mentioned.
Otherwise the report seems to be fine.
Please upload the entire report so that a better opinion can be formed.
take care.
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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