After todays scan we found out that my baby has not heart beat. I was 12 week pregnant. Besides in the ultrasound scan report it says there is a fibroid at uterine fundus measuring around 7 cm. Big one. This was my first pregnancy. We are so deeply devastated today after hearing this news. Could I become pregnant again with the big fibroid? What are the chances of this fibroid making problem during pregnancy? The position of the fibroid matters? If this need to be removed, what are the options? would it affect next conception and pregnancy? Has anybody become pregnant with such large fibroid? what was the complications if any had? I am waiting for a natural abortion, as I heard the news today. Would it make any problem for natural abortion? If abortion is not happening, what are the chances of infection? if infection happend what can I do? would it affect next pregnancy?
I have written lot of questions. being in a desperate situation, I am writting all these.
If you can answer to any of these, it would have been helpful.
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