My 1st ultrasound wasn't what I had planned. The re saw no heartbeat and said I was going to miscarry :(. I am 6 weeks by LMP. But only about 4 from the day I did the HGC trigger shot? Is this still possible? I go back in 5 days from now but thinking he is just giving me time to grieve
Sometimes 6 weeks is to early to see hearbeat. You could have ovulated a few days late. I seen this happen sevral times and they see the hearbeat a week later. Don't give up just yet. Make them do another u/s and maybe find another doctor. Was inconsiderate of him telling you that just yet
I agree....don't give up just yet...that can be too early to tell. 6 weeks is about when the heart does begin to beat so you could have a slower grower or it just wasn't the time yet. I would def ask for another ultrasound before any decisions are made for d&c's.
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