5 Weeks pregnant ultrasound shows a sack but no baby
I went to the Dr. to confirm my pregnancy and they made me do a urine test an it came back positive so they drew blood and I told them when my last period was and they thought I might be 6 weeks but i'm actually just 5 weeks. I went and they took me to get the ultrasound it was a vaginal one and it showed a black dot thing and they said that it was the sack but there wasn't a baby or a heart beat so they told me I was actually 5 weeks not 6 weeks. I go back March 19, 2014. they said it should show the baby by then. is that normal for them not to see the baby at 5 weeks this is my first baby and i'm only 17 and I don't know for sure what's going on help please..
That happen to me too, the dr scared me but he toldme to go back at the 9th week to see if there was a baby and there it was!!! Im now 35 weeks pregnant with my fist baby!!
So dont get scared!! Just be patient!!
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