My LMP 10 Jan,2013. I made a pregnancy test on 27 Feb,2013 and it was positive. I made a doctor appointment on 05 March, 2013. And she suggested some blood and urine test and Lower abdomen Ultrasound. Blood tests were ok but there was no fetal pole and no heartbeat shown in the ultrasound. Doctor suggested me to take Pubergen 5000iu twice a week and SUSTEN 100 twice a day. What is happening to me and my baby??? I am worried.. Please guide me in detail... Thank u,,,
At eight weeks of pregnancy ideally the foetal pole and cardiac activity should be seen. But as your blood test is normal the chances are there. Hence you may take the treatment and wait and watch. A repeat ultrasound and serum beta HCG levels may be repeated after 8 days to assess the situation. There may be a possibility of a blighted ovum though, if foetal pole cannot be found. Discuss with your Doctor.
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