Hi.. Doctor, I'm having a situation here..
I am a mother with 2 kids, My last first period was 69 days back. I'm worried and made an UPT which shows positive 20 days back.(after 12 yrs I'm am pregnant). I do faces all the pregnancy symptoms as vomiting and so on..
Unfortunately I am spotting since last week (which comes in chocolate color upon ironing only which is not a heavy flow). And made my first ultrasound 5 days back. Doctor says baby is fine. Then the spotting still haven't stop; so I decide to refer another doctor since really worried. When I did 2nd ultrasound a couple of days back, i only can see my empty sac? How this possible?
The doctor request me to come over for another scan after 2 weeks. If still empty, then I have to abbot it.
I'm depressed & really not sure what happen Please advise ..doctor
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I can absolutely understand ur concern..
what u are going through must be missed miscarriage.. this is because of defective embryogenesis( the ovum , becos of ur age may have meitoic dysfunction .. resulting in multiplication errors) ... it's a waY of of natural selection in which only the good embryo moves forward...
just wait for a week, rpt USG, and decide as per reports.. Do not worry... u have 2 kids... we do come across such worse scenarios in women going through ivf pregnancies .... stay bold..., it shall pass by...
hope u find it useful regards
missed miscarriageInvestigations to be done:
tvs after a weekProbable diagnosis:
missed miscarriageTreatment plan:
as per scan reportsRegarding follow up:
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