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Missed periods, spotting. Scan report showing bulky uterus, thick endometrium. Pregnancy chances?

i missed my period on the 14 oct 2012,then i swa brownish spotting on the 17 oct 2012,i did pregnancy test it was positive on the 21/11/2012,the i went for a scan on the 27/11/2012 and this is the report i got a nongravid uterus is bulky.edometrium is thick and contains enchogenic materials and my doctor told me im no longer pregnant the baby came out by the time i saw the brownish,pliz help me
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Hi thanks for posting on healthcare magic

Kindly help me help you. Could you please tell me if it was just spotting alone or if you had bleeding per se with passage of clot like material anytime before taking the scan? If it were just spotting alone the chances of the baby going out completely is less. Also do tell me if you still have any spotting or bleeding?

I would suggest you to repeat a scan (a transvaginal scan) and also do a blood test - beta HCG. Now that one week has gone after your scan a repeat scan and the blood test will help. Sometimes a scan done in very early pregnancy may not reveal anything conclusive.

Hoping to help you more. Best wishes.

Answered: Fri, 6 Dec 2013
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