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Could really use some advice, not sure what to think....
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An_249218 posted:
I am 7 weeks pregnant. I went to the doctor 2 weeks ago because I was spotting. 2 weeks ago I had an ultrasound done, I was told the baby was tiny considering I was 5 weeks pregnant. The baby's heart rate was 85 bpm, we could see the heart beat. 1 week later I had another ultrasound done the baby's heart rate had improved to 95 bmp, but we were unable to see the heart beat. The ultrasound tech also said that the Yok and sak were too close in size. At first I wasn't sure what she meant, then she told me that with her years of experience that she was sorry. I wouldn't carry my baby to term. My OBGYN wasn't so quite as matter of fact. I have another app on the 10th of December, so a little over a week. I am honestly scared to death. Am I doomed to miscarry?

Let me also tell you this is my second pregnancy. I had my first child a year ago. I had a rough pregnancy with him with morning sickness and at 7 months I was given 2 non stress tests a week to make sure he was doing ok. For a month time he appeared to not grow. He was a healthy baby.

I could really use some advice. I dont know what to do. I am afraid that they might suggest a D and C on my next visit and I am not sure what to do.
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