8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Hii, my LMP is 19th April, I have done my first USG scan today, but its showing that yolk sac seen but fetal not seen. I'm really worried. Does it mean any risk in this?

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Answer: No risk sometime the feral is seen as early as 12 weeks. Just wait till 12th week for more confirmation. If still the usg report say feral not seen then it's really something to worry about.
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