6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I am 5 week pregnent but no fetal pole found in scan yok and sac visible. Is fetal pole seen in 6 th week

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Answer: Hi! If you have been to Doctor for the USG at 5 weeks and only gestational sac is seen without fetal pole, there are chances that the Doctor might ask you to do a Transvaginal Ultrasound or USG after a couple of weeks,as this could be able to detect the fetal pole. Its normal in many pregnancies, dont worry do as the Doctor say. Good luck!
Answer: Get your scan in third month
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