7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: At 6th week gastation size is same as 5th week gastational size...no yolk seen no growth seen

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Answer: Hi dear, It is too early now.and such growth lags or delays are common at this stage.give some time to grow and each baby grows in its own pace.it again depends on the pregnancy hormones levels.only after it reaches above 1500,yolk sac is formed.
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