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Pregnant, tests showed baby in a squashed at the corner of the sac. Normal?

Hi I had an unreasoned yesterday at 7+4. It took them a while to find everything but baby was hiding down in corner of sac. Wasn t perfectly round like it was at 6 weeks. More like a banana shape. I was so relieved to see hb. I forgot to ask was squashed lookin shape ok. My bladder was full at the time Thanks YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
In early pregnancy, it is usual for the baby to occupy a part of the gestational sac.
Moreover, it does take a flexed up shape , and might appear like a bean or banana.
Also a full bladder compresses the sac further
You should have a transvaginal ultrasound without a full bladder to appreciate pregnancy details more clearly in the first trimester.
However, if the report given to you was normal, and you were not told about any abnormal finding, please do not worry further
Take care
Answered: Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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