9 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My USG was done in 6th week but only G sac and yolk sac was visible.. No fetal pole visible.. M worried.. Is it normal?

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Answer: Please don't worry it happens in the cases where the periods irregular before pregnancy on due to the late conception Also fetal pole appreciated between 8 to 10 weeks so repeat the scan after 7 to 10 days to see the status
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    Sanchita Mathur819 days ago

    Thank you so much ma'am.. U made me relieved from a big tension

Answer: Hi,don't worry it is ok.by your next scan in a week you should be able to see.take care all the best
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    Sanchita Mathur819 days ago

    Thank you so much ma'am

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