hi km i hope ur well, this post is so old lol. id like to know what your outcome was for the pregnancy u speak of as im in exactly the same sitiuation. id been scanned from 6.5 weeks and had to go back a week later as there was no fetal pole, the yolksac was large, went back the next week, still no fetal pole and yolk sac measured 9 mm. booked a dnc for the following week. they scanned me before the dnc and discovered the original yolksac had shrunk and looked normal and there was another one a bit smaller on the other side of the sack???. needless to say everyone was baffled so the dnc was cancelled and im to wait another week to see if theres any change, iv been told not to get my hopes up. i should be 8 weeks now, i know there should be evidence of fetal activity now its just very strange i hope u can help enlighten me with good or bad news of ur outcome . many thanks xView Thread
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