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Pregnant with small sac diagnosed. Radio ultrasound suggested. What is it? History of miscarriages

acccording to my doctor i m 6 weeks pregnant but i have 2 miscariages before,one was chemical pregnancy and one time i had d and c.both time it was weak pregnanacy and now its third time and till now the sac is very small doctor said that its too early but that means its again weak after 10 days doctor has recommended a radio ultra sound to see thee growth.what is radio ultra sound?and can my pregnanacy be safe this time?please help me i m worried
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Radio ultrasound, i guess is just ultrasound to see into the uterine cavity. The doctor may have to do trans vaginal ultrasound for better visualization of the sac. The fact that you have 2 previous miscarriages does interfere much with your chances of having normal pregnancy. You can have a normal pregnancy. Also, about a half of all pregnancies end as chemical pregnancy ie early miscarriages, and is not really something to worry about at this point. Yes you can have a very safe pregnancy, do not be worried.
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Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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