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Pregnancy confirmed with ultrasound. Progesterone injection given to stop bleeding. Scan shows nothing. Why?

hi doc its about my pregnancy... october 18 i went for pregnancy test and it was positive then nov 9 i went for ulthrascan and it was 6wks and 2days . after then i got light bleeding i was given progresteron injection and it stopped. then a week later i went for scan and it showed notting.. am so confused but people are saying i shld go back in 4week time that its there. what shld i do
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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Thanks for posting your query.
It is possible that the bleeing that you had, however light it seemed, might have resulted in a miscarriage. It is not possible that the ultrasonographer who saw a 6 weeks + pregnancy a week back, should not be able to see anything on a subsequent scan.
If you were not explained anything, I suggest you go back to your doctor, who should explain everything and may do a few tests.
Hope that answers your query.
Best wishes.
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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