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    Possible misdiagnosed miscarriage? 5th week sac visible but on 7th sac was not there?!
    falgunid posted:
    I got my home preg test kit positive on 5th week. After 2 days, I started bleeding on which we immediately visit a gynec. She did a sonography and saw sac and said bleeding can be normal and I dont need to worry. [br>[br>She gave me ethamsylate tablets (to stop bleeding), folic acid tablets, and progesterone capsule. My bleeding continued and something like blood clot also came out once. I used to feel nauseated atleast once in a day.[br>[br>After 10 days I visited her again and she did sonography again but couldnt find the sac. She said that I miscarried and I dont need any further procedure as everything got "cleared".[br>[br>I have a ray of hope and wanted to know whether anyone else have gone through similar problem? [br>[br>Or is it possible that gynec would have misdiagonsed? Is it possible that sac might disappear but I still might be pregnant?

    mommyin2011 responded:
    i'm not sure if the sac can disappear. if you are worried that she misdiagnosed you, try seeing anther OB and get a 2nd u/s.

    i am praying for the best!

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