i am new to this webite and looking for some advice.
im seventeen years old and recently found out i am pregnant. im excited but i had my first transvaginal u/s on 7/6/09 and there was a gestational sac but no heart beat. since my period is extremly irregular i am not sure when mt last period was. so my doctor estimated i was about six weeks. i have another u/s on 7/14/09. should i be worried?
Nope you shouldn't worry.. even if you were sure you were 6wks, you may see a heart beat or you may not.. and if you aren't sure, that further increases the chance that you may not get a heart beat this early.
my LMP was on March 1st. I had an u/s done on april 22nd, which showed a sac but no heart beat. further I had an u/s again on may 7, which again showed no heart beat. this is my first pregnancy. I am very much worried. please advise.
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