hi all,my first visit was early was supposed to be at 6 weeks gestation by U/S but doctor said am only 4 & the sac was empty he said that this mostly bightrd ovum,yesterday i had an U/S with younger doctor in outpatient hospital we saw fetal pole & she said it was 6 weeks & 3 days am worried as by my LMP calculation i should be 8 weeks now even if i had late ovulation it wouldnt go as ar as 2 weeks.........any help plzView Thread
hi everybody,my first visit to the doctor i was suuposed to be at 6 weeks by ultrasound but i was only 4 weeks,doctor told me it might be ablighted ovum as the sac was empty & now i had another ultrasound with a younger doctor before my doctor's appointment she saw the fetal pole,she told me it was 6 weeks & 3 days & she said she saw pulsations but regarding my LMP calculation am supposed to be almost 8 weeks.....i tried all types of calculation assuming i have ovulated late but didnt work..........am worried any one has any idea if everythin is okView Thread
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