9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hi...I'm 8 week pregnant. Yesterday i had my second scanning. It was showing two sacs with two fetals. One fetal is 8 week old with cardiac activity and other is 6 week old but no cardiac activity. Doctor said there's no hope for twins. Is it true?. Can it be positive?

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Answer: Hi dear, I would suggest you to take a second opinion.you could with for another week.sometimea in Ase of twins ,such growth lags happens.so a weeks wait would clear the doubt.as the gestational age is 9 weeks,not detecting heartbeat now would make the Pregnancy non viable.but a weeks wait should do.
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