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I am married on 04/05/2014 two times I am conceived in 2014 after 1 1/2 month I am aborted due to heavy bleeding & In 2015 after 3 months I am got aborted due to absence cardiac activity. After IUI process Again I am conceived on 12/03/2017. My LMP 03/02/2017. Doctor suggested to Scan of Gravid Uterus. My Scan Report on 14/03/2017 is Uterus is bulky, shows single smooth gestational sac with no fetal pole. Yolk sac noted. Mean sac diameter 05 mm, corresponds to 5 weeks. Uterine myometrium shows few small hypoechoic lesions at fundus region. Larger one is about 9×6 mm ---> S/o Uterine Fibroids. Internal cervical os is closed. Cervical length appears normal. No adnexal pathology noted. No free fluid noted in pelvis. Suggest: Follow up scan after one or two weeks to look for fetal pole. Please tell me any problem is there. Please help me. Again I got pregnant or any problem is there in my Body please guide me.

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Hi Lybrate user. Ultrasound reports are normal for a five week pregnancy. It will take another one week to ten days time for fetal pole and cardiac activity to be visible. In cases of recurrent abortion pregnancy needs to be supported. Your doctor must be taking care of that. No need to worry. You wait for second scan to confirm cardiac activity of fetus.
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Pl wait for 2 weeks and prt usg if normal ok if not then you have two abnormal preg and that needs invest for both partners as well as genetic study the fibroid is small and is not relevant for abnormal preg pl revert back on consult if needed.
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