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Unable to conceive. Blood tests normal, abnormal ultrasound scan. Cause of worry?

Hi, I am 31 years with 1 daughter who is 10 and I just can t seem to become pregnant know matter what I do. My Doctor has started investigating for any reasons why I cannot seem to get pregnant. Blood tests were ordered and everything came back normal, next step was transvaginal ultrasound . I went for that appointment yesterday and the tech didn t say much about the findings but what she said afterward has me terrified, she states nothing too alarming !!!! My question is what did she mean by that, did she spot something abnormal??? Please help before I go crazy with worry:(
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
Nothing can be said before going through your ultrasound report. As you have paid for it, you should collect the report and consult your Gynaecologist or post it with your question again.
Wish you good health,
Answered: Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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