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hopefullaty1975 posted:
hello im 10 w/3/d and i went to the doctor on the 4th of September and my ob did not hear a heartbeat he only saw the sac well i went to my second trans vaginal u/s and he sent me to the hospital and they said the sac grew i am very confused with all this how is it possible for a sac to grow if suposley theirs no hart beat?please ladies i need your help,by the way my ob said that if he cant hear a heartbeat on the 24th of September 2013 he is scheduling me for a d&c what do i do please tell me by the way this is my 2nd child.
hgreenwood7058 responded:
I would ask that he wait. Do you know for sure when you ovulated? Or when you tested positive?Did he do any blood work? It is possible for the sac to grow if you are still really early in pregnancy. It is possible that you may have had a missed m/c as well. I would ask more questions and ask the results of the next u/s. They could not find the hb on doppler at 10w1d for me and I had an u/s to check to make sure things were okay. Thankfully they were but I also knew my exact dates (if they would have gone by my lmp date and not my o date it would have made it look like I was very behind. By nearly 2 weeks.) Best wishes
Heather(24),DH Lee(25). PCOS w Hemmoragic cysts. BFP:1/23/11 M/C 2/10/11. BFP 08/13/11 EDD 04/17/12-Green team. Hope this LO will stick

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