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Empty Gestational Sac at 6w3d

Posted by Boorah , in Pregnancy 27 February 2019 · 2,068 views

Hello. I am currently 7 weeks pregnant. This is my first pregnancy. I took my first scan at 6 weeks 3 days. The results said that Gestational age as 5 weeks 3 days, no fetal pole, no yolk sac and no heart beat and suggested to do next scan in 10 days.

I am so worried about this since i came to know and GP suggested that I have only 30% chance of successful pregnancy and i would miscarry. Still, she suggested for bHCG tests.

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I have one more to take today 27-Feb.

I am under stress and frustrating waiting time and not able to concentrate on anything. Please help me to come over this and has  anyone faced same situation before? since i haven't said my news to anyone, I am left to grief all alone.

I happened to take a scan today as well. Still my gestation sac is empty. I have one more scan next week. This is really frustrating. Any comments is appreciated to just get along the situation.
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