I went through your query and understood your concern.
If no gestational sac is seen in utero, even at around 8 weeks, and the hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) levels are very low as they should be for a viable pregnancy at 8 weeks, so I suggest this must be likely a chemical pregnancy or a failed pregnancy. However, I suggest you do serial beta hCG levels 48 hours apart. If there is a rise of more than 63 % in the levels of hCG, then it is a viable pregnancy; otherwise, not. It is also important to rule out any possibility of ectopic pregnancy outside the uterus.
I hope this helped you.
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