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Unplanned pregnancy.

Hi,

So today I did a home pregnancy test and found out I was pregnant. I am so confused however, I have worked out I should be 6-7 weeks, but recently around 3-4 weeks ago I went for a pap smear and the doctor referred me to get an ultra-sound as he was worried about pains I was experiencing. When I got the results back he just said I had a abnormal cervix's and would need more regular pap smears.

My question is how could I got for a ultrasound, which was internal, and not pick this up? Is that common?
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Hi there.  Welcome.  Well, these are two completely different tests looking at two different things.  No, an ultrasound wouldn't pick up abnormal cells on a cervix.  A pap is what does that.  So, they are not correlated at all.  Are they going to do anything about your abnormal pap?  
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Did you get an external ultrasound as well or just the internal?  If it was just the internal, it may not have been able to pick up a mass inside the uterus itself.
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it could have been too early to detect a pregnancy. i had a friend who went in for an ultrasound at 5 weeks, and the baby was miniscule. at 7 weeks i was told me baby was 1/2 an inch long lol so yes i see it could be possible
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