I am 23 years old and have mild PCOD. I got pregnant with the help of medications. Currently, I am not taking any medications. I was taking Duphaston and folic acid tablets. At six weeks, I had slight bleeding (two spots). Everything was normal in the scan taken at that time. At the eight-week scan, there was no cardiac activity or heartbeat sound. But the doctor informed me that there was an artery and vein sound and should repeat the scan after 10 to 15 days. Is my baby fine?
If a person has polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and irregular menstruation, the cycle dates may not match the dates of the ultrasound. Thus the calculation of the expected date of delivery through ultrasound is better to manage the patient. If it is not a healthy pregnancy you may get symptoms such as bleeding, abdominal pain, or passage of clots. Kindly follow up with the scan report and details of your cycles, previous surgical, medical, and gynecological history, and the medications that were taken for conception. The treatment plan depends on the scan report and findings.
I suggest you to follow a few instructions mentioned below.
Rescan after two weeks to check for a healthy pregnancy.
Report to the hospital immediately if you experience symptoms such as bleeding, low blood pressure, dizziness, or fainting.
Follow-up after two weeks.
I hope this has helped you. Thank you.
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