I am 37 years old and 8-week pregnant. I had an Ultrasound yesterday and the doctor said there is a baby (with a heartbeat of 150) + 2 tumor like things in my uterus (both about 2.5 cm*2.6cm*2.8cm in size). She suspected at least one of the two tumors is a molar pregnancy. I have been trying to get some info online but couldn't find anything that says a molar pregnency can have a heart beat... Anybody who knows please help!!! I am devastated and don't know what to do...
I am 39 and 20 weeks pregnant. I had an operation (myomectomy) in 2006. Now I am experiencing joint pains and a Physician told me that he suspect it could be Rhumatic pain. Is there anybody who is having same problem ? Pls help
I may be wrong, but maybe your doctor meant that there was a healthy baby and there was a molar pregnancy both at the same time. I agree with the above post, molar pregnancies dont have heartbeat. they are a mass of cells.
darling.......there is noooooooooooooooooooooooo molar pregnancy with a heart beat . if you have that you must go to genes book of record ??? i had a molar so i know . enjoy your pregnancy ..and your gana have a healthy baby .
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