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HELP! Possible Blighted Ovum

Someone Please Help.... Need Advice.. ok so my last period was on February 5th I had a blood test done on March 12th for poss pregnancy.. It was negative. Took a hpt on March 21st it was POSITIVE!!! However I started spotting that night. went to ER they told me that I was pregnant, My HCG level was at 11.. They dont know how I found out so early, cause I could have only been a few days prego... Anywho, I had my first u/s on April 9th, The tech said everything looks good. But she is only seeing the gestational sac, no yolk sac no embyro. I had my HCG levels checked that day and they were very good, it was 29,711. But the doctor said with my levels being that high they should be able to see at least a fetal pole or a yolk sac. So I had another u/s on April 17th, Same thing, The gestational Sac had grown but there is no yolk sac, (nothing). HCG levels were now at 65,162.. The doctor Then started talking to me about a possible ( Blighted Ovum ) and that he wants to do one more u/s this coming week and if we dont see a baby than he wants to do a D&C. I am scared... I have been feeling pregnacy symptoms.. nausea, extremely tired... etc. PLEASE if anyone has any advice or has gone through something similar.. Please HELP!! :)
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