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    SamanthaLynne posted:
    I went for an ultrasound 3 days ago. The saw the gestational sac but no baby. Is this normal or should I be worried? The ultrasound tech said by the size of the sac that I was exactly 6 weeks. Any answers would be great cause I am worried about not seeing my little baby. Thank You
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    jhetsmom responded:
    I had an empty sac til 7 weeks and at that point the only thing we could see was the yolk sac. Trust your body to do what is should and unless you have bleeding and /or cramping breathe. I did the whole poas every week to verify the line kept getting darker until we saw that lil baby with the flicker of a heart beat.


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