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Pregnant. Ultrasound shows anteverted, gravid, fetal pole not seen. Help

Hello Doctor,
my wife's got pregnant & her ultrasound report is as under
Uterus is anteverted & gravid, Gestational sac well seen, Yolk sac seen, Fetal pole not seen, Trophoblastic reaction seen, MSD 6 mm Cervix is normal in length. Internal os is closed.
Early intrauterine pregnency of 5wk +- 5 days

please help me & tell us that any problem with this report
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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Hi and welcome to HCM!
Thanks for posting your query here.
Gestational sac is a bag like structure around the embryo. Its presence shows a proper implantation of the embryo within the uterus. So an ectopic pregnancy is ruled out. It will take time for the fetus to form-hence fetal pole not seen. Internal os closed- this rules out any chances of abortion. All the other parameters are absolutely normal.
So stop worrying and enjoy the fatherhood.
Hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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