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help i found iut i was pregnant two weeks ago via a home test then had a little spotting no clotts just a tiny bit of blood so i went to the hospital just to be safe they confirmed i was still pregnant and booked an emergancy scan have no idea how far gone i am then i went to the scan and they couldnt see anything they have booked another for in a week but im worried and gojng out of my mind can anyone help ?
It's likely that you are just too early to see anything. Try not to worry until your next scan because stress can be bad for both of you. I know that's a lot harder then it sounds. But hopefully you'll see something next week good luck!
I went for an early ultrasound when i was 5 weeks, the doctor explained it was normal that we couldn't see the baby yet become he was just a little tiny bag inside my uterus. So don't worry about it, now I'm already 17 weeks 5 days pregnant!
I found out I was pregnant in my sixth week and I had an emergency appt cause I was a smoker .. They couldn't see the baby because its so small I went a week later and it's was like a black bean .. I'm 17 weeks and 5 days pregnant now . Just think positive
I am scared. This is my 3rd pregnancy and I'm 7 weeks and 5 days. I had a u/s yesterday and the Dr said i have an empty sac. That this pregnancy will end in miscarriage. He offered me another u/s next week but said it won't make a difference and asked me if i want a Dnc or let things happen naturally. Is there any chance of them being wrong? He didn't even do blood test or nothing. I have no idea how this could happen. Can anyone please help?
Rooney I would definitely wait and get another ultrasound. I would also ask for a blood test and a second one for in 3 days to see if your hormone levels are rising. Lots of women around 6 weeks have empty sacs. Its very possible that you are not as far as originally thought.
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