Hi everybody. So i went to the doctors today for cramping that was prettt bad. No bleeding though. He did an ultrasound and said that the baby has an irregular sac shape. Did anybody else have this? Im worried that because of the cramping and irregular sac shape that i might miscarry :/
Well, I sure hope you don't miscarry. But if heaven forbid a miscarriage happens, it will not be 'because' of the cramping or the irregular sac shape. It will be because of an issue with the embryo that is making it fade, and that issue also causes the irregular sac shape and cramping. Sometimes women torture themselves that if they had only done x y or z to stop the bleeding or the cramping, they would not have lost the pregnancy. But if an early pregnancy goes, it almost always goes for the embryo's own reasons. I hope this is not the case here.
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