The first ultrasound scan at six weeks showed a baby with heartbeats. But, after 15 days, it shows 5.5 weeks baby with no heartbeat. The doctor told me to take MTP pills. After taking these pills, I had heavy bleeding for six days, and from the seventh day, I started expelling black blood with lumps for three days. I did not have any symptoms of failing pregnancy. According to me, I am three months pregnant, then why did the scan show only five weeks pregnant? I am attaching all my reports.
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How are you doing? Am sorry for the loss you had. I have seen all the reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity).
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