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    emz_2611 posted:
    really need help im so desperate ive had 2 previous miscarriages 1 at 6 weeks the 2nd at 8 weeks im pregnant again (but im not sure how far along i am i thourght that i was 8 weeks but when they did my 1st u/s it showed a very small sac) i went for my first scan last week they said that they could see the sac and it measured 15mm and could see a small yolk sac inside then when i went for my second scan this week they said cant see the yolk sac anymore but the pregnancy sac has grown to 20mm im so confused is there any chance that my bab could be ok i hope so because really want this please need advice and help
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