I went thru invitro - I found out I was pregnant on July 30th, they say I am 7 weeks pregnant. At 6 weeks u/s I had a yolk sac but no fetal pole or heartbeat. Today at 7 weeks, I have a yolk sac and a 3mm fetal pole - they say I measure at 5wks 6 days. Am I going to miscarry? Anyone out there in my situation?
im sorry to hear that but were in a similar situation, i went for an u/s today and the tech said im approx 6 wks and 1 day but they couldnt see anything inside the sac.... all i saw was one sac, it got bigger but im conserned that there is nothing inside of it, Ihave spoke to a few people and they said that this early and they should not be doing an abdominal u/s. But they did blood work tosee my hcg, so i go back next week wednesday and i will see whats goin on... I know she posted thsi last year but if anyone reads please help me out.... or pray tahnks
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