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Question: I am seven weeks pregnant according to LMP but ultrasound shows ,five weeks of pregnancy is it normal?

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Answer: Hi dear,it means ur baby growth should be as 7 weeks..but baby is growing only to 5 weeks..So in ur case d growing of baby has stopped after 5 weeks..It means there is not sufficient growth..Consult with doctor he may advice u to do a 2 nd usg by waiting for 1week..
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    Risa Ravindran129 days ago

    Nothing like that. It mostly means u have ovulated late. So don't worry.

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