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Saturday, December 16, 2017

MISCARRIAGE AND SMALL GESTATIONAL SAC

WHAT DOES A SMALL GESTATIONAL SAC MEAN?

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I had many ultrasounds when I was trying to conceive.  Since I suffered from recurrent miscarriage, when I did get pregnant, I frequently had ultrasounds to see if "this one was going to make it".  When I finally got pregnant with my daughter, I didn't even go to a doctor until I was about 8 weeks along because I didn't want more discouraging information...and wouldn't you know it, that was the only pregnancy that progressed normally.  However, if you have had an ultrasound and they tell you that you have a small gestational sac, what does that mean?
First, a small sac may just mean that the pregnancy was not dated correctly.  Many women's cycles
can be unpredictable and the pregnancy may not be as far along as originally predicted so the sac is appropriate given the correct date.  Many early pregnancies that have a small sac go on to develop normally.
However, it the pregnancy is dated correctly, a small sac could mean that the pregnancy is not progressing as it should  This could be due to low progesterone levels among other things.
On ultrasound, around 6 weeks, there should be a fetal pole and heartbeat, and if these are not present, the fetus may have never developed inside the sac and the remains of the pregnancy will eventually expel.

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