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No sack seen yet on u/s
I'm 4 weeks and 3 days pregnant. Today I've had a transvaginal ultrasound, but the doctor couldn't see the sack. I had my blood test redone, but am very worried right now. Is it too early to see anything?  
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Actually it is still so small, it'll be too hard to see. Most of the time you can't see the sac through transvaginal ultrasound until 8 weeks. Don't worry just yet :)
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Dnt worry; I did and was stressed; I am 5 weeks and went in at 4 weeks and they saw nothing! No sac; nothing I did my hcg blood on tht day; a Friday it was 1832 and did it today and it is 8740; the doc is happy with results and I will do an ultrasound @ 8 weeks; keep me updated; or try n friend request; we should b due. Around same time
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889551 tn?1416188083
Four weeks is still really early to see anything. as long as your hcg levels are rising, and you aren't bleeding, then things are progressing.
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I was five weeks and didn't see anything on mine.
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That is way early. My doctor won't even see me until 8 weeks let alone doing a U/S. Don't worry,
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